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Q: Extending 90 days L-visa possible?

Is it possible to extend your visa twice for 30 days each time at the PSB if you have a 90 L-visa from your home country?

 

The information on the website of the PSB in Beijing says:

C、 Term of Validity
One month zero/single-entry visa is issued a maximum of twice.

 

I know it's possible if you have a 30 days visa, but is it also possible with a 90 days visa?

 

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7 years 11 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Beijing

 
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Provided you comply with all requirements, yes, it can happen.

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Knowing from the PSB,One month zero/single-entry visa is issued a maximum of twice,is normal way.

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when  you can get the work permit you can extend your visa for each year ,we can provide the services for u , register Hong Kong  company  Guangzhou company Guangzhou representative office . (usually  for more detail and information you can contract us. e-mail:dada1_hongkong@hotmail.com usually each (office,company)can apply 2 work permit  

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As Happy said, in principal yes, for sure, but as in all things in China, it will depend upon the PSB Intake Officer at the Exit-and-Entry Counter.

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