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[caption id="attachment_462" align="alignnone" width="578"] F China visa[/caption]Anyone who wants to live in China or simply visit China, needs a visa to legally enter the country. Getting a piece of paper glued into your passport seems easy enough; however, as of late, China has been adding more and more visa types which makes figuring out which China visa you need not as easy as it used to be.China currently issues a jumble of visas that cover almost half of the English alphabet: C, D, F, G, L, J1, J2, M, R, Q1, Q2, S1, S2, X1, and Z. Each visa type will vary in cost depending on the type but also the duration of stay and number of entries. Understanding the differencRead More