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PRC Citizen + USA Green Card

by TML88 Online Now Dec 17, 2006 at 12:09 AM

I am a citizen of China (PRC) who has lived in the USA for the past 12 years or so. I have a USA visa in the visa section of my passport, and I obtained my USA Green Card (permanent residency) in 2002. Does this hinder my chances of getting into NK?

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    RE: PRC Citizen + USA Green Card

    by olddude Online Now Dec 17, 2006 at 3:38 PM

    You should probably check with the Chinese embassy on this question.

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    Re: PRC Citizen + USA Green Card

    by SumTingWong Online Now Mar 8, 2010 at 11:21 PM

    not at all! I run programs to N Korea and I have had several PRC citizens who have green cards and US visas in their passports join my programs. It is very easy for you to get a DPRK visa, takes a week, 2 zhang er cun zhaopian, and a simple application form. MAKE SURE to list your CHINESE address as your residence, not a US address. qianwan bu yao zishen xiedai nide lvka shang beichaoxian qu... jiu bu yao rang tamen kan jiu xing. Ni qu de genben shang mei wenti, you rongyi you pianyi :) xuyao bangmang suishi yu wo lianxi

    -Matt

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