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Q: L visa to X visa?

Hi guys,

I'm in China under L visa.

Can anyone advice me if I can change my L visa to X visa (student visa) but not leaving China?

Also, if I need to leave China, can I apply for X visa in Hong Kong, not in my home country?

Thank you.

5 years 19 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Changsha

 
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If you have a HK Id, you can do whatever you want in HK.

 

Sorry for the silly answer. Use the search function. This question has been answered many times.

 

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5 years 18 weeks ago
 
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If you have a HK Id, you can do whatever you want in HK.

 

Sorry for the silly answer. Use the search function. This question has been answered many times.

 

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If you have a HK Id, you can do whatever you want in HK.

 

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