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  • Replylamar
    2013/3/12 7:09:00

    Hi, my name's lamar. I'm a filipino working in china. I just wanted to know about the single entry that our local government issued. Can this be changed to a multiple entry? our local office said they cant do that. they can only issue a single entry. Last year, our company have a company vacation for all it's employee to Korea. But all the filipino workers were not able to go because of the visa. they explained that if we go, we cannot come back to china because of the single entry that our embassy gave us. what exactly do we need to do? we might have another company vacation this year. and it sadden all us that we can't go. they plan to send us to hongkong and macau. would there be a chance for us to go? i actually asked our philippine embassy in beijing. but they seem to be confused of what to do. they said it's better to asked the chinese immigration. however, we had a hard time explaining and understanding each sides... can anybody enlighten me about this matter? it's totally confusing....thank you in advance!

    • doris :2013/3/13 19:40:00

      Hi Lamari am also confused about what you said. if you are working in China, should you have a work visa when you first enter China, and then changed to or obtain a temperary resident permit, which has no limitation on the times you enter and exit China. so do you have the resident permit? your company should help you to apply it when you first arrive in China.

    • lamar :2013/3/14 18:48:00

      Yes, Doris... i have a z visa. a blue passport (foreign expert permit) and a valid residence permit for a whole year. my company gave our passports to a travel agent, they were the one responsible for the booking but after 2 weeks, they return our passport and said we cant get out of china because according to the Visa-only single entry was printed there. we have a residence permit and a foreign expert permit. we see to it that when we travel, the validity of the date printed on all the permits were not below 6 months. like we still have 10 to 8 more months validation to stay in china. What is really the rule in travelling as a foreigner staying here/working here?

    • doris :2013/3/14 19:20:00

      hi lamar, i see. in this case, you can not get out of China, or you need to apply a new visa.

  • ReplyHan
    2013/3/11 21:32:00

    Hi If I am traveling from New York to Jakarta via Cathay and transit in Hong Kong and I have 2 months left on my passport, can I stopover in Hong Kong for several days before I continue to Jakarta? I have an Indonesian passport. Thanks

  • Replycath
    2013/3/11 8:47:00

    hi im cath..my aunt sent me a invtation letter from macau last feb. 7 and im planing to go to macau dis april what document should i bring...and i dont have a job should i bring bank statement as a proof that i am receiving a money from abroad...

    • Hebe :2013/3/11 20:43:00

      the documents you need to provide are your valid passport, round-trip air tickets, the invitation letter, and show money (about USD 100 per day) or your bank certificate.if your aunt will support your trip, you should also provide her bank certificate.

  • ReplyJustin
    2013/3/11 5:06:00

    Hi. Im from philippines. what is the requirements for a tour on macau? should i book in a hotel? and bring some big money? just want to travel there for 3-4 days. and i dont know anyone in macau i just want to travel. can you help me? please? thanks

    • larry :2013/3/11 20:40:00

      the requirements are:your valid passport, round-trip air tickets, hotel reservation, show money (about USD 100 per day) or your bank certificate.

  • ReplyHolly
    2013/3/9 23:38:00

    I got married last week in Hong Kong ! My husband work and live in Hong Kong! I'm currently in Hong Kong with visitor visa and now I'm applying for independent visa in Hong Kong and it has been under process for about two weeks. My question is can i go to macau as my visitor visa will end on 13 of march and wait in macau then come back to HK when my independent visa in HK is ready ?

    • Nemo :2013/3/11 20:36:00

      yes, i think you can.

  • ReplyJoelyn
    2013/3/9 5:32:00

    Hi!i' m Malaysian passport holder. I would like to ask if my due date of 30 days stay in Macau will be on 24th of March 2013, can I travel to Hong Kong for a day trip and come back Macau for another 30 days of new visa?The reason why I ask is because I' m waiting for my work permit in Macau and they informed me tentative date of approval my permit will be on March 2013. I just worried if the approval will delay. Appreciate very much for your prompt reply!Thanks...

    • Linda :2013/3/11 20:35:00

      yes, i think you can.

  • Replychummy
    2013/3/7 19:28:00

    hi, im planning to have a tour in Hongkong this coming August to spend my birthday for 4-5 days only (im thinking to visit Macau also maybe 1-2 days). But im worrying again about the immigration issue at NAIA 1. Im holding a Philippine passport. I will be traveling alone. Is HK Immigration strict also like here in Manila?

    • Emily :2013/3/8 19:09:00

      yes, the Hong Kong immigration is strict, but it will be fine if you have the required documents.

    • Chummy :2013/3/8 22:39:00

      thanks for the reply. you mean by the documents are round trip ticket, hotel accommodation, show money, working ID here. what else do you think they will ask? :)

    • Emily :2013/3/11 20:32:00

      i think the documents you mentioned are enough.

  • Replyfos
    2013/3/8 11:31:00

    hi! im going to xiamen china for a tour for 5 days, and im planning to go also to hongkong,, do i need to apply for visa? im wondering maybe visa will be required at different ports of china going to hongkong... can you help me what to do? I already had a booked flight to xiamen at nov 2013. thanks

    • Judy :2013/3/8 19:17:00

      where are you from? what is your nationality?visitors from some countries ar exempt from Hong Kong visa. you can check if you are required a Hong Kong visa at:http://www.warriortours.com/embassy/visa_passport/hongkong_visa.htmto visit Xiamen, you should apply Chinese tourist visa.

  • Replylalisha reyes
    2013/3/8 5:35:00

    Hi... My husband is a filipino working in macau. We are planning to visit him for 30 days.. He will shoulder everything... What are documents I have to present to the immigration? Thanks lalisha....

    • molly :2013/3/8 19:13:00

      your valid passport, round-trip air tickets, invitation letter from your husband, the bank certificate of your husband or show money.

  • Replycath
    2013/3/6 21:35:00

    ..hi its me again cath..how much show money do i need if i go in macau and what are document i need to bring...our tour is arrange by a travel agency.

    • Kelly :2013/3/7 18:28:00

      you should consult the travel agency for detailed information. the travel documents you need to take are: your valid passport, your round-trip air tickets, voucher of hotel reservation or your tour planning. about the show money, some said about USD 100 per day for one person.

  • Replyfranzkath
    2013/3/1 8:08:00

    hi, im from UK. im holding UK resident visa but im holding Philippines passport. I have a flight on the 3rd of April 2013 and my passport is expiring on 18th April 2013. I called the airline where i bought my ticket going to the Philippines, they said they will let me to have a flight but because we will drop by in Hongkong for 1 day my problem is Am I allowed to enter Hongkong for having a 15 days passport validity? i hope you all can help me. thanks

    • Linda :2013/3/3 18:49:00

      usually it is required that your passport has to be valid for at least 44 days for filipino passport holder if you go there for a visit.but it would be fine if you only stay in Hong Kong for transit and stay not more than 24 hours.

    • Lisa :2013/3/3 18:53:00

      you'd better contact the Hong Kong immigration for detailed information.

    • franzkath :2013/3/4 3:52:00

      thanks Lisa.. i'm trying to contact Hongkong immigration but i cant connect with them. they line is always busy. thanks for the information by the way.

    • Lisa :2013/3/4 17:18:00

      You're welcome. you can try to send email to the Hong Kong immigration. here is the address: enquiry@immd.gov.hk

  • Replycath
    2013/3/4 8:24:00

    hi im cath my friends nd i are planing to have a tour group to macau this march25 to 27 arrange by travel agency...what should we do to pass the immigration here in the phillipines ..im afraid we will be off loaded again just like what happen last january..what will we do?

    • Bill :2013/3/4 17:22:00

      if this tour is arranged by a travel agency, then i think there wil be no problem as long as you have all the required documents.

  • Replyanne
    2013/2/26 22:16:00

    Im a from phillipines,im going to macau on march 27 to apri 7.do i need a show money?if my fiance will support all my finance expenses in macau?

    • May :2013/2/27 18:08:00

      then you should ask your fiance write you an invitation letter and stating that he will support all your expense in Macau.

    • anne :2013/2/27 18:17:00

      I got a supporting letter.is it the same with the invitation letter?

    • Fnn :2013/2/28 17:45:00

      is the support letter provided by your finance? if yes, i think it is ok.

  • Replyjackee
    2013/2/25 1:06:00

    Hi,y boyfriend and I planning to visit hongkong on june this year for only 4 days but my passport wii expire on october also this year'can I still enter hongkong?

    • Linda :2013/2/27 18:05:00

      yes, i think you can.

  • Replyjackee
    2013/2/25 1:15:00

    Hi,I went to hongkong as contract worker july 2009 When my contract terminated I went to'macau for exit then back to hongkong to go back to philippines.then I went back to hongkong as tourist then go to macau after my hk visa expire I tried to enter hongkong but they don't alow me the hk immigration put MTDOB in my passport will it not affect my plan of going back to hongkong this june 2013.

  • Replysuzan
    2013/2/20 18:45:00

    I overstay in hongkong for 1 years,now I have money&want go back to my country,but my pasport in indonesian consulate,what must I do&what will happen if I surrender to hongkong imigration,thanks&please reply me

    • Eva :2013/2/21 17:28:00

      you may be expelled after you "surrender" to Hong Kong Immigration, and be banned for entering Hong Kong for some years.

  • ReplyDavid
    2013/2/18 3:54:00

    am a NAMIBIA citizen, i visited Malaysia and i want to visit Hong Kong on match 2013, what are the requirement for me as NAMIBIA citizen and how much is my show money { BTA} in the airport.

    • Judy :2013/2/18 18:46:00

      Namibian passport holers are exempt from Hong Kong visa for 90 days, so you do not need the visa !!see detailed information at: http://www.warriortours.com/embassy/visa_passport/hongkong_visa.htmabout the show money, there is a clear statement, but shoudl cover your expense in Hong Kong !!!

  • ReplyIrine Casas
    2013/2/8 23:16:00

    Hi i am a filipino , living in the philippines. Can i still travel to hongkong from march 20, 2013 to april 4 2013 even if my visa will expire this april 22, 2013? please reply here or to my email adress at ayceecasas@gmail.com. I will really appreciate ..

    • Lisa :2013/2/16 1:29:00

      your visa?as a filipino passport holder, you are exempt from hong kong visa for 14 days. but the validity of your passport should be at least 30 + 14 = 44 days.

  • Replyann
    2013/2/7 20:12:00

    my name is ann...i want to ask f i can still travel to hongkong on march 23 ,2013 and my pasport will expire on april 22,2013

    • Judy :2013/2/16 0:58:00

      no, you can not. you need to renew your passport before your trip to Hong Kong.

  • Replyfeida
    2013/2/12 2:57:00

    Hi! I am a Filipino and I am working here in China. I want to cross a country and exit in Canada to visit my aunt for several days before I went back home in the Philippines. What are the things that should I need and do! Thank you!

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