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Q: Renewal of passport + transposing visa?

I live in Beijing and I need to get a new passport, as mine is running out soon, but I hear you have to reapply for your visa as soon as you get your new passport.

Anyone know how that works?

I'm from the States, btw...

9 years 14 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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If you still have your old passport and the visa is valid in it (including the date) then you dont need to get a new visa. But if visa is longer than the pasport date, you have to get a new visa.

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