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Q: Blacklisted from Hong Kong consulate?

being blcklisted by hongkkong consulate,does it mean you ca never enter china..someone was given the wrong invitation letter for my F visa unkowingly.she thoought it was genuine because the stamp was real..but tturned out it wasnt...does it.mean tht person z banned from entering China or yyou can go appply ffor visa in your country。。help

5 years 51 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Other cities

 
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You don't have to involve Hong Kong in the process. You can do the entire thing from your own country.

 

That said, it sounds like A) the people you plan to work for are extremely dishonest, or B) you are.

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unless your keyboard has a problem with spelling, perhaps they did you a favor, giving the benefit of the doubt, lose your passport and get a new number and start over.

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What does "wrong" invitation even mean. A genuine mistake would have been spotted by the people working at the reception, who would have helped you point out why it was a "mistake". Maybe wrong person, or wrong place of application.

 

The only plausible way your documents would filter through the reception and be a "mistake" is that it was a fake. Then my answer would be that yes, you are likely to be banned from getting a visa, since you signed an application sheet that clearly stated that producing false information and documents would have consequences.

For the record, even if I don't really believe your case is going anywhere, remember that you are entirely responsible for whatever your application contains, including genuine errors.

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lol

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I would give up and go home. Your not a native speaker. ooookkkk?

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You are responsible if you sign the papers. So if you submitted them and the paperwork was wrong, it's your big problem. once Blacklisted it will take an act of God to get you cleared.

Try again in some other country .

I am an assistant director /resident English consultant for the agency I work for.

I trouble shoot a lot of things for  teachers that work for us.  If you sign that  line you are held accountable.

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