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I will be traveling to Korea in a few months with a layover in Shanghai. Looking over the visa requirements for US citizens in Wikipedia, it says I do not need a visa if I am traveling to a third country in this case Korea. Because it is China and all, I want to confirm that I do not need a visa for China in this situation. Should I even go a step further to confirm this rule by calling the consulate? I don't want to get there and find out I can't continue my trip because of something I overlooked.

Edit: I am a US Citizen and my layover is less than 4 hours.

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  • I assume you have a short layover inbetween two flights on the same ticket and you will be perfectly fine.
    – mts
    Feb 29, 2016 at 14:06
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    Voting as a duplicate at the moment. Although it depends on your citizenship which you haven't mentioned.
    – CMaster
    Feb 29, 2016 at 14:07
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    @CMaster: Since the OP is explicitly mentioning "visa requirements for US citizens", it seems to be implied that he is one. Feb 29, 2016 at 14:08
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    I edited with the relevant information from the comments. Again, I am more than certain that I won't have an issue but I wanted to ask to make sure.
    – LampPost
    Feb 29, 2016 at 14:13

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