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Q: Foreigners who need to exit China to obtain visa stamp

Many foreigners need to exit China and then re-enter China every 60 days for visa stamping purposes? What should such visa holders do, as a result of today's ban on foreigners entering China?

1 year 2 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shenzhen

 
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Those whose "stay" expired on or before February 27, 2020, get an automatic stay extension of 60 days from 2/27/2020.  And for those whose "stays" expires after February 27, 2020 get the same auomatic stay extension from their respective date of expiration.

Now, what would happen aferwards, will it be a second round of extensions?  We will not know untll close to April 27 at least.

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Visa holders should leave China and never go back. They have made it pretty clear they don't want foreigners there.

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Try with your Q at the nearest PSB .. and post their reply here.

 

It's today's/tomorrow's regulation. Nobody can know what and how ...

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Those whose "stay" expired on or before February 27, 2020, get an automatic stay extension of 60 days from 2/27/2020.  And for those whose "stays" expires after February 27, 2020 get the same auomatic stay extension from their respective date of expiration.

Now, what would happen aferwards, will it be a second round of extensions?  We will not know untll close to April 27 at least.

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