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Please feel free to browse existing topics for answers to your travel questions. More information can be found by viewing the following announcement. Details here. I am a Brit who's resident in Thailand and i went to the Chinese embassy to get an application form for a tourist visa. I was asked my nationality and then handed the application form.
When i got home i looked at the form and it says, "If you are applying Was that an oversight on their part or don't i need it? Any ideas? I don't particularly want to trek all the way back there. Also, i noticed on the form the question, " Do you have medical insurance? No problem to get the visa if i just say no? Thanks for that but unfortunately i don't have a printer where i am. I suppose looking at it, i'll be able to fill it in when i submit my application.
If you check no on the medical insurance, I can easily see them refusing your request for a visa. I don't think it matters the number of days you travel, you could get hit by a bus on the first day.
Travel insurance is always a good idea. Please print the forms double-sidedly after downloading and fill in them completely and accurately according to the instruction. The old version of Application Form can still be used until 30 June Damn, that's one paranoid form!
Hotels, names of relatives, insurance number, other countries visited I notice they want specified dates, places and purpose of recent visits, have they started checking if you told a white lie about where you were going on previous applications? The rest of the questions on the form don't faze me. Russian visa forms are similar, wanting to know a lot of questions about previous visits and where and who'll you be visiting once you get there. In fact on the Russian form, when asked about insurance i always just leave it blank.
Never had a problem. That's why i'm asking, really. Russian visa forms ask about insurance but the issue only pertains to persons with certain passports. I don't know that for Chinese visas the same is true. I don't recall a question about insurance but I am a US passport holder and always applied at home. This suggests to me that this question might be new or perhaps only on the form issued in Thailand. Have you checked to see if this question is asked on the application that is on the website of the Chinese embassy in London?
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Need some help - I'm getting some conflicting information. I'm flying to HK from central asia later this week, the main reason being to get there and apply for a chinese visa. I contacted forever bright, an agency that assists in getting these things, and was told that they can apply for and get chinese visa [30 day single entry] for a fee that i'm willing to pay. I was hoping to finish seeing the silk road sights in China. Tourist visas for China are processed here in Hong Kong for foreign passport holders in large numbers every day of the year.
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It is your responsibility to ensure you have a valid passport and any necessary visas for your tour. As a general rule you will need a passport with at least six months validity following the end of your trip. The visa requirements for your trip may vary depending on where you are going, and where you are from. It is important that you check which visas you will need, and apply for each of the necessary visas whilst in your home country. Please bear in mind that some tours may spend time in more than one country. Nexus Holidays would like to help you with visa application or you can apply by yourself!
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