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Q: How much does it cost to extend tourist visa?

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i have a 90 day tourist visa which is double entry (both used) and the visa expires on the 15th of march, i am in GZ now.

 

how much to extend the visa and if so can it be extended for the same 90 days and double entry.

 

or can it be just extended for 30 days 

 

irish passport holder

 

2 years 49 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Guangzhou

 
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Y don't u just go to HK? there's a million places there where you can renew your visa and get another 90-day, double entry one

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extending it often means a you need to show them a bank account with loads of money in it. 
Just go to HK and get a new 90 visa

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The cost of extending the visa should be about 600-800RMB.  It varies depending on the country of your origin.  For Americans, it would be around 800.  For Irish, I don't know.

Getting a 90 day extension may be difficult.  They normally only like to give out 30 day extentions.  But it all depends on the current mood of relations between China and your country.

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does any one know the cost for an irish extension.........whether 30 day or 90 day visa........in guangzhou

does anyone know a reputable visa agency 

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ok folks

the message from frida is the best advice there is a company in hk that can do the 90 day double entry for 650 hk..........and they are legit because i used them before.........just that i forgot all about them

hi,not worry,we can get the single 3months or double valid 3months(can stay 3months or go out once among the 3months)or 6months multiple business visa with no limited staying every time for you(irish)by half day.

come before 0900am,pick up 1400pm,come before 1300pm,pick up 1800pm on the same day(mon-fri),sat:come before 0900am,pick up 1330pm.

need documents:one photo and paspsort only(if you have no photo,we can make for you at our office by $30hkd).

Our office time:0800-1830(mon-fri),sat:0800-1400.

single is $480hkd,double is $600hkd,6months is $2,000hkd for irish passport.

宏略旅遊貿易有限公司

FOREVER BRIGHT TRADING LTD

九龍尖東科學館道14號新文華中心B座九樓916-7室

Rm 916-917,New Mandarin Plaza,Tower B, 14 Science Museum Rd T.S.T East Kowloon

TEL:852-23693188     FAX: 852-23122989

regards

from luk tak

SOME COMPANIES IN GZ...........SUPPOSEDLY EXPAT COMPANIES QUOTED ME OVER 5000RMB..............if you want their emails i will gladly supply them

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we can help~~~

 

T: +86-20-83842143

M: +86-13610116129

QQ: 70560860

Skype: ron.lan.1122

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