How to read a Chinese visa

 

Notes:


1. Visa Category


2. Visa Validity


3. Date of Issuance


4. Full Name of the Applicant (in a lot of cases it is shown in an abbreviated format)
For example, Mr. Alan Brown may be printed as A. Brown on the visa sticker. However, the full name is always recorded in the machine-readable code (the last two lines of the visa sticker).

 

5. Date of Birth of the Applicant


6. Number of Entries Permitted

 

7. Duration of Each Stay

 

8. Place of Issuance


9. Passport Number

 

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How to read a Chinese visa

 

Notes:


1. Visa Category


2. Visa Validity


3. Date of Issuance


4. Full Name of the Applicant (in a lot of cases it is shown in an abbreviated format)
For example, Mr. Alan Brown may be printed as A. Brown on the visa sticker. However, the full name is always recorded in the machine-readable code (the last two lines of the visa sticker).

 

5. Date of Birth of the Applicant


6. Number of Entries Permitted

 

7. Duration of Each Stay

 

8. Place of Issuance


9. Passport Number