IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Chinese government recently reopened its visa offices in Los Angeles, New York and Washington D.C. and plans to reopen its visa offices in Chicago and San Francisco on Feb. 3.
Additional Information: Multiyear multiple-entry visas issued before March 26, 2020, as well as tourism and medical visas are currently suspended and cannot be used. More information on the reopening of visa offices is available on the Chinese embassy or consulates’ webpages for Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
BAL Analysis: Those planning travel to China should review the instructions posted on the Chinese embassy or consulates’ websites to avoid complications or delays.
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