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Q: double entry tourist visa

Hi,

I have double entry tourist visa with 90 days each stay. Anyone has an idea if I really need to leave China after 90days (which will be soon) and come back for another 90 days. Or is it possible perhapse to arrange a stay for another 90 days somehow without leaving the country?
I'm Polish passeport holder

7 years 17 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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An "L" visa, double entry, 90 days stay each time is in my opinion self explanatory.  Each time you enter you are allowes a maximum of 90 days to stay and then must deparure China each time.

You can either go to a local PSB office and request an extension, normaly they grant 30 extra days before you must leave, but it requires that you show them proof of having money locally to allow you to stay.  In some instances, a saving accoubt at a local bank with a minimum of 20,000 Rmb was required, but depends on location.

Or you can simply go to the border, leave China, must enter the other country, and then turn around and come back into China 5 seconds after.  Totally acceptable.

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You must leave, doesn't matter for 1 day, 1 week or 5 seconds. Just leave and cross the border. Thats all

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