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Old 02-17-2013, 07:43 AM
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visiting China

I have visited China three times on a L tourist visa each time valid for 1 month
Iam now married to a Chinese national, we intend to go to China to visit my wifes family, My Wife wishes to stay 6 months, myself three months.

I have obseved that if I am on a standard 30day L visa and a tourist, I would have to furnish a figure of 20,000 RMB for a further tourist visa to the PSB to show I have enough money to live on for the further visa,

I intend to apply for a six month visa to visit family and friends a multi entry visa, Would I need to provide the Chinese embassy on application, of my visa a statement of bank savings to apply? I will be living with relatives etc


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