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Q: L visa expiring 29Nov. Single entry.

Was told by Entry-Exit Bureau I can go HK and come back into China before 29Nov. Possible?

9 years 27 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shanghai

 
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No. Single entry means one entry. I'm assuming you are already here so if you leave your entries are finished. You can, however, apply to extend your stay here for 30 days. You'll have to pay a fee. I believe the amount varies depending on which country you are from (so I've been told.) 

Perhaps they meant that you could go to Hong Kong, apply for a new visa, and re-enter that way?

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9 years 27 weeks ago

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Nope. DO NOT GO. 

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9 years 27 weeks ago
 
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you can come back before 29th but not on the same visa you are holding now. (going to HK is considered leaving the Chinese Visa area) you would have to apply for a new visa in HK.

 

i know this answer is late, but maybe somebody has a similar question in the future Wink

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i too have the same problem..where can one extend it though?

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go to pudong visa office if you just here 30 day they can give you 2 more 30 days the max is 90 days after that you have to go to HK or get a working visa

 

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