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Your information is wrong. If you are a U.S. permanent resident, you can definitely apply at a Chinese consulate in the U.S. You will have to show your green card when applying. See Visa Application Guidelines from the Chinese consulate in San Francisco: (3) Proof of legal stay or residence status (applicable to those not applying for the visa in ...


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This shouldn't be an issue. Just go down to the consulate and file your paperwork. Plenty of people have gotten Chinese visas outside of the country issuing their passport. See for example some recent questions here by user hippietrail, who has an Australian passport, about acquiring a Chinese visa in Vietnam and Cambodia. They might not be willing to give ...


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When I applied for my 1st Chinese visa, I was like you a Canadian citizen residing in the US (Seattle area). I used a company to facilitate the process and to do it by mail ( http://mychinavisa.com/ ) and everything went smoothly (and the application was actually processed at the San Francisco consulate - that's what it says on my visa). There was never any ...



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