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Q: How can a person come back if five years banned

I am banned on china for five years because of smoking weed. they didnt catched anything with me but they take my test and it was positive. So is it possible to come back if i change my passport. 

6 weeks 4 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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I don't know if changing your passport would work, I doubt it but who knows.

 

If you were planning to come back and work though, you'd probably be out of luck anyway. See the recent threads about non-native speakers.

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I don't know if changing your passport would work, I doubt it but who knows.

 

If you were planning to come back and work though, you'd probably be out of luck anyway. See the recent threads about non-native speakers.

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Good riddens, learn to follow the fucking law no illegal drugs in your system

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Kevin, I don't know if it's possible to reduce the time until you can return to China.

 

If you wanted to appeal the decision you should probably get a lawyer and go from there.

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Not info tbh. What visa you on? working? Were you picked up cos of a fight? What reason to test you? How did you get into a position where they tested you?

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Simple answer really... wait 5 years.

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