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Q: Visa application in person

I am hearing that the Chinese consulate is requiring in person applications, in specific Chicago, IL.  Is this true, is this just a rumour at this juncture?  I would have to fly from my current location to Chicago. Never mind, just found information that confirms, thanks Trump.

1 year 22 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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You're welcome. 

-Trump

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You're welcome. 

-Trump

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Though I detest the man it’s nothing to do with Trump. They’re just copying the developed nations wanting biometrics to track people 

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Yup. We got a company email last week (from UK) to say all visa applications need a visit to the consulate now to have fingerprints taken.

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I wonder what will happen when I re-apply for a Q-visa? I will have to find out if I can renew this in China. The rules change so often. 

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A young college graduate is going to travel to Chicago. Dallas, or New York for fingerprints to get a job in China that pays less than a full time employee at Mcdonalds, yes thats a great way to recruit more teachers. Thanks for making the market value of myself higher by creating government regulated scarcity for the peoples own good, maybe fingerprints sealed from the local police station would be more efficient, but why not add a few bureaucrats and aggravate everybody to justify my importance.

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Might help to post some links: http://ca.china-embassy.org/eng/lsyw/t1616395.htm

 

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