Jun 15, 2022 08:47 PM

China Resumes Processing Family Visit Visas After Two-Plus Year Suspension

Photo: VCG
Photo: VCG

China will resume issuing visas for family visits to U.S. and Singaporean citizens, among others, more than two years after the country closed its borders to most incomers as part of stringent Covid control measures.

Starting Monday, foreign nationals from the U.S. and South Korea who are family members of Chinese citizens or family members with Chinese permanent residence permits, can apply for a visa to China to visit relatives or reunite with their families, according to statements issued by the Chinese embassies in the two countries.

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