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Entry Procedure

On arrival in China from abroad, foreigners have to go through the following procedures, just as in other countries.

Hetitleh Check
On arrival, the first check you have to pass is the Quarantine Check. At the checkpoint, you will be required to show your visa and passport and fill in a Hetitleh Declaration Form. Anyone with listed diseases such as yellow fever, cholera, VD, leprosy, infectious pulmonary tuberculosis or AIDS will be prohibited. Those coming from areas with epidemics yellow fever must show their valid certificates of inoculation against this disease. Those with symptoms of fever, diarrhea, vomiting or rashes must declare this information accurately.

Frontier Inspection
During this procedure, you are required to fill in Entry Registration Cards, and present your passport, visa and quarantine certificates for inspection.

The frontier inspection station has the right to forbid the personnel with any of the following circumstances to enter China:
Those who hold no exit-entry certificates
Holders of invalid, false, titleered exit-entry certificates
Holders of other persons' certificates
Those who refuse to receive the hetitleh check and the frontier inspection
Those who fail to pass through the port specified
Those who are forbidden to enter by the Ministry of Public Security of the State Council and the Ministry of State Security
Those who are not permitted according to the Chinese laws and administrative regulations
Luggage Check
For the sake of maintaining social safety, the frontier inspection station has the right to check all luggages brought into China.

Old and waste materials, food, microorganisms, biological products, portions of human body, blood or its products, or animals that may spread infectious diseases among humans are forbidden to enter. Any printed material, film, tapes that are 'detrimental to China's politics, economy, culture and ethics' are also forbidden to bring into China.

1. Each travel is recommended to take no more than one Bible into China

2. Also during this process, customs declaration will be made. And only when you pass all the procedures that you really and legally enter China.

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