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Q: Reputable visa agencies in Shanghai?

Anyone know any good visa agencies in Shanghai?

11 years 4 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shanghai

 
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A couple of years ago, I used this agency and they always managed to get me a F visa.
http://www.visainchina.com/

Otherwise, according to your situation, you have to be extremely careful with the kind of visa you have.

By experience, even being married with a Chinese citizen, it's a whole nightmare...

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11 years 3 weeks ago
 
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You should try A. briggs he handles all the Visa issues. Most of the Visa agencies are expensive so it would be better to search for the cheapest one possible. A. briggs!

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Don't know about Shanghai, only Beijing, but they are all pretty expensive these days

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