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What is the change? Chinese immigration authorities have begun collecting fingerprints of all travelers aged 14 to 70 entering the country.
What does the change mean? Foreign nationals should be aware of the new requirement and plan to register their fingerprints electronically upon arrival.
BAL Analysis: To avoid entry delays, travelers should be sure to complete the fingerprint procedures upon arriving in China.
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