List of few things you should know about China visa

A visa is a travel document provided by authorized government agencies to foreign individuals. It is for those who wish to enter, exit, or transit the host country's territory by its rules and regulations. According to international law and practice, any sovereign state has the right to decide whether or not to allow a foreign citizen to enter or exit its territory. As well as whether or not to issue a visa, decline a visa application, or cancel a visa that has already been issued, in accordance with its national laws.

A visa is a travel document provided by authorized government agencies to foreign individuals. It is for those who wish to enter, exit, or transit the host country's territory by its rules and regulations. According to international law and practice, any sovereign state has the right to decide whether or not to allow a foreign citizen to enter or exit its territory. As well as whether or not to issue a visa, decline a visa application, or cancel a visa that has already been issued, in accordance with its national laws.

Except for rare conditions enabling visa-free entrance, foreign nationals visiting China are required to get a visa before entering the country. Chinese consular officers have the authority to determine the type, number of entries, validity, and duration of each stay of a visa to be issued. Officials at the consulate maintain the power to deny a visa application or cancel a previously issued visa.

Here are a few things you need to know about China Visa:

China’s Visa-Free Policy:

As we have mentioned earlier about China's visa-free policy. Double-check it when you are thinking of traveling to China. If you meet the requirements, why not visit China without a visa? You should be aware that there are inexpensive ways to travel to China. Ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei, and Japan can now enter China without a visa. It is valid for up to 15 days for sightseeing, business, or visiting family and friends. International transit travelers can acquire a 144-hour visa-free transit.  These are in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Tianjin, and a total of 20 cities in mainland China. Alternatively, you can get a 72-hour transit visa exemption and go on a layover trip in Guilin, Harbin, or Changsha. Tourists from 59 countries can enter and remain in Hainan without a visa for a maximum of 30 days.

Schedule an appointment ahead of time:

You must arrange an online appointment using the application form number. It is in this case if you are applying for a China visa through the China Visa Application Service Center (CVASC) in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Singapore, or any of the other 40 countries or regions.  Otherwise, the center will not accept your application. Some Chinese embassies and consulates also need appointments in advance to save time. They ensure that each application is properly processed. During office hours, you can submit directly to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in the United States. There's no need to make an appointment. Only a few embassies accept walk-in submissions.

China Visa Application Requirements:

  • Present your real signed passport, as well as a copy of your passport's information page.
  •  You need to submit one color passport-style photo that fulfills their requirements.
  •  Submit a letter of invitation. Use the kit's accompanying template as a reference for the invitation's content and format.
  • Present documentation of your current residence address. You need a copy of the front of your driver's license or government ID, or a utility bill. The consulate demands an electric, gas, or water bill if you must produce a utility bill; phone and cable bills are not acceptable.
  • If you have your own PU, it must display the consulate that applies to your jurisdiction.
  • Submit a completely filled out and signed visa application form.
  • You must complete the application online, and need to fill out all relevant fields. It should be dated and signed in blue or black ink. Send it with the rest of your visa application kit's documentation.
  • Provide a copy of your travel record form, which includes all countries you've visited as well as entry/exit dates for each trip.
  • You have to provide proof of finance. If the financial proof you submit is insufficient to support you during your trip, the officer may have doubts about your intentions and suspect you of working illegally in China.
  • Travelers with a criminal history have to present biometrics in person at the consulate.

Applying for China Visa by post:

So far, the only country that accepts a postal China Visa application is Australia. where applicants can ship their paperwork to the China Visa Application Service Center (CVASC) and receive them via postal service. It takes about ten business days to process a postal application.

Physical Examination Report:

A physical examination report is now not required for routine China Visa applications, such as a China Tourist Visa. In order to apply for a China Student Visa or a China Work Visa, candidates may need to provide a medical examination report.

Obtain a Visa for China in a Short Time:

The processing time for a standard China Visa application is 4 to 5 business days. If you need a visa for a trip to China quickly, you can pay for Express or Rush Service when submitting your application to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate. In most cases, the expedited service reduces visa processing time to one to two business days. Keep in mind that there are specific submission and collecting hours.

Even after submitting all needed paperwork, some persons may have their China visa rejected for no apparent reason. You must recognize that every denial has a reason. You must look for those reasons in your application form. As a result, we recommend that you apply for a China visa one month before your planned trip to China.