青海11选五奖金 www.yfen.net The Haikou General Station of Exit and Entry Frontier Inspection will work towards the construction of smart inspection ports, optimize inspection procedures, as well as improve the efficiency of customs clearance for inbound and outbound visitors, to echo with the new policies recently released by the Ministry of Public Security (MPS).
On July 7, the head of the station detailed these efforts designed to ease visa policies for foreigners travelling to and working in the South China island province of Hainan in addition to the existing visa-free policy covering tourists from 59 countries.
Exit and entry frontier inspection officials help cruise ship passengers complete customs procedures in Sanya. [Photo/Hainan Daily]
Li Xue'en, head of the Haikou Entry- Exit Frontier Inspection Station said that the new policies are another upgrading for the visa-free policy of Hainan and are reflected in four aspects including expanded visa application channels that foreigners can apply for visa-free entry on their own or through organizations that invite them to Hainan; an expanded scope of visa-free entry purposes with foreigners being allowed to enter Hainan visa-free for business, visits, relative visits, medical treatment, exhibitions, sports, and other purposes; as well as longer stays according to where the visitors come from and the adjustment of the visa-free country list.
Officials offer services for inbound visitors. [Photo/Hainan Daily]
According to the new policies, Hainan will also further simplify the exit and entry procedures for yachts between Hainan, Hong Kong, and Macao, which will enable yachts from the two special administrative regions to sail between designated checkpoints without having to complete entry procedures.
A visitor scans her fingerprints for customs clearance. [Photo/Hainan Daily]Responsible editor： 刘娉
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