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Reply #6 zglobal's post

I just go through the border at the Shenzhen train station, go to a travel agent there and pay RMB400 for a 3 month business visa, takes between an hour and 3 hours.......the guys there know me well now and get mine done in an hour, no problem and while I wait, there's a starbucks to have a coffee and read an English language newspaper....not CD though sorry!

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Post time 2007-8-2 04:14:03 |Display all floors
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I know what the topic is but you asked why I would get a visa in the UK, I answered.

Originally posted by zglobal at 31-7-2007 03:53 PM
Guess you'd have to be Chinese to understand what it feels like
Easy from the high horse of being a foreigner with the easy entry we have.


There are reasons for tight entry requirement controls, hence there are higher amounts of refused visas to some Western countries.

I do not have a high horse (or a younger wife, sorry could not resist ) I’m afraid. I also respect both my home country and China.

Anyway, one simple rule when applying for a visa is prepare as much as possible, even prepare more paperwork than is requested. Anyway, only the Visa Clearance Officer can make the decision, not the administrators in the Visa Office, hence any comment along the lines of "No, you can put what you like" should be treated with caution.
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Post time 2007-8-2 04:14:46 |Display all floors
Mengzip cannot use the Quote button either

I know what the topic is but you asked why I would get a visa in the UK, I answered.

Originally posted by zglobal at 31-7-2007 03:53 PM
Easy from the high horse of being a foreigner with the easy entry we have.


There are reasons for tight entry requirement controls, hence there are higher amounts of refused visas to some Western countries.

I do not have a high horse (or a younger wife, sorry could not resist ). I also respect both my home country and China.

Anyway, one simple rule when applying for a visa is prepare as much as possible, even prepare more paperwork than is requested. Anyway, only the Visa Clearance Officer can make the decision, not the administrators in the Visa Office, hence any comment along the lines of "No, you can put what you like" should be treated with caution.
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Post time 2007-8-2 04:16:18 |Display all floors
Originally posted by longzhou at 1-8-2007 02:39 AM
I was not pointing how he got rich or whether he is very rich or not. Nothing of that was asked for his visa application. Only assets, bank accounts and owned properties. Besides I didn't point out that he HAS already visited the USA before to attend the same trade fair.


There seems to be an unwritten rule that the person should prepare as much documentation as possible - especially when it comes to proof that they will return to China.
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