No, the passport does not have to be signed for a China visa in the SF jurisdiction.
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- Does the passport have to be signed when applying for a China visa?
- Apply for China Work Permit/China Temporary Residence Permit
- I was issued a limited validity US passport only valid for 1 year. Can I use this passport to apply for a China visa?
- I had a 10 year visa to China but lost the passport that has that visa. What should I do when applying for a new China visa?
- Do I need to provide a business letter from my company in the US when applying for a China business visa?
- If I am a Media Professional traveling to China for Tourism what letter do I need to provide?
- Does the passport have to be signed for a China visa in the SF jurisdiction?