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Visa changes may benefit Chinese scientists

The US ambassador to China, Gary Locke, says a pilot programme that will enable frequent Chinese visitors to the US to waive visa interviews, together with other changes to US visa procedures, will benefit thousands of applicants—including researchers, scientists and engineers.

“We expect that this will benefit tens of thousands of applicants in China, saving them time and money, and making it easier for them to travel to the United States more frequently,” he stated in remarks at the US embassy in Beijing last month.

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