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Q: visa extentions in Wuhan

Any one ever had their visa extended in Wuhan?

Was it difficult or an easy pleasant experience? 

Did any PSB personal speak English?

8 years 41 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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The process was relatively straight forward (be sure to have a Chinese account with at least 20k RMB in it), but the 1 month extension costs (at least for me) as much as a 1 year multiple entry visa.

 

The staff in the PSB were rude, cold and nasty.  The only exception to this was the security guard.  He was actually very friendly, spoke OK English and was the only person there who looked like they didn't want to shove there fingers in a door jam rather than talk to one more foreigner.

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yes its easy and the lady who does visa extensions speaks english,to me they just needed temporary residence,copy of passport,copy of my visa atm card and 2 photos and that was all and i payed 186rmb it was that easy.

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I do not know. Try Google.

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i am confused, the same person is asking about extending a visa in Beijing, Wuhan and about going to Hong Kong. no offence, but is a schizophrenic asking?  crying

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