China visas are required by ALL US citizens and foreign national prior to leaving the US. Using us to obtain a China visa, we'll rush your China visa application to the appropriate China consulate or Chinese Embassy and get your visa in time for your trip!
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Provide your SIGNED passport. Your passport must be signed on the appropriate line. (For US citizens the line is located on the page following your information page). The passport must be valid with an expiration date greater than six (6) months from the date of entry for the visa you are applying for. Passport must have sufficient blank pages (at least 2 pages) for any visa stamps. These pages must say VISAS at the top of the page.
If your passport does not meet the requirements, we can assist with renewing a US Passport or obtain a new US Passport from us prior to obtaining the visa.
(Important Note: Keep a copy of your passport biographical information page for your records)
Please provide one clear copy of your passport's information page.
Download, print, fully complete and sign one copy of the China Visa Application Questionnaire.
The Questionnaire requires you to:
Copy of computer generated round trip tickets or travel itinerary showing round trip travel entering China and exiting China. Preferably, the proof of departure documents should show your departure from the United States to China and back. Additionally, the Applicant's name must be on the travel document.
Submit ONE of the following three documents regarding your travel to China:
1. Photocopy of your hotel reservations. If you are staying in multiple hotels, multiple reservations will be required.
2. If staying with an individual in China (family ONLY), an invitation letter from the individual in China. The letter must include the following:
3. If you are traveling with a tour group in China, an Official Invitation Letter for Tourism issued by the Duly Authorized Tourism Unit in China. Typically, this is obtained by your tourist group.
A copy of applicants driver’s license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant’s name and current address, is required for a Chinese visa.
10 year multiple entry visas will only be granted to passports with at least 1 year validity remaining. Passports with under 1 year validity remaining will be issued a 6 month visa.
Chinese tourist visas may be issued with a max stay of up to 90 days. The actual duration issued will be at the discretion of the Chinese Consulate.
Applicant’s indicating a job/affiliation with a religious or entertainment industry on the China visa application require an additional signed statement. Please provide one signed Statement for Tourism. Statement for Tourism
Applicants under the age of 18 will require copies of birth certificate and BOTH parent’s passports as well as state issued ID cards. Parent’s names in passport and ID’s should match name on child birth certificate. Secondly, the application for a minor must be signed TWICE. Once on line 4.3 and the other on line 5.5 of the Chinese visa application.
Applicants born in China must include a copy of a previous Chinese visa or their last original Chinese passport, along with one completed and signed Chinese Particulars Form .
Additionally, please make sure the Chinese Name field is completed on the Chinese visa application form in Chinese characters.
If your current name differs from your birth name, you will be required to show proof of how your name was changed. This may include an notarized copy of a court order or a notarized adoption decree. If your name was changed unofficially, your application may be rejected. Please note the Consulate has ultimate authority on what they will and will not accept.
You must provide 1 passport photo. They must be taken at an official passport photo provider (pharmacy, Costco, post office) and should not be taken and printed via a home photo printer.
Your photo must have your head centered in the photo, with a neutral expression, and no jewelry whatsoever. If you wear glasses they must not obstruct your eye color or have a glare/reflection. The background must be white.
Photos that do not meet these standards will be rejected which will delay the process.
The strict photo requirements can be viewed by clicking on this link: Chinese Visa Photo Requirements
The account manger I had rocked. I was just in town for a few hours on vacation and the process was so streamlined that I was able to get started, Uber to the one post office in DC that has the Passport station, get that done, come back to the Visas and Passports and then they took over. Would recommend this crew to anyone who asks. Killed it.