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Q: e.docs @ HK visa office....

anybody here tried to use them lately?  I have my Z invitation letter, or whatever it’s called, not the one from the school, but the one from the local govt. office that seems to tell HK to give me a Z.  My big question is do I have to have some sort of official paper, a copy made at the local computer shop, or will just the file saved .pdf do?

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I know what you're doing, yeah as long as you got that invite letter and take it to the Chinese embassy in HK you'll get your Z visa.

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Hong Kong cant give you a Z. Only China can.

One country, two systems and all that.

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I know what you're doing, yeah as long as you got that invite letter and take it to the Chinese embassy in HK you'll get your Z visa.

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Please let us know how it went trying to go through HK with your 1 day late issue.

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