News about China work visa

General FAQs , 2018-01-19

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According the recent notice from, the required documents for working visa application changed as follows: l passport and a photocopy of the passport’s data page l one color photo (size: 48mm×33mm, against white background) l the applicant should fill in the Visa Application Form of the People’s Republic of China truthfully, completely and clearly. 1) short-term commercial performances l a permit for commercial performances issued by Chinese government authority for Cultural Affairs and a ……


I need help with the website, where can I get technical support?

General FAQs , 2017-12-22

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Answer: Please email us with any technical questions. Our team will look into your issue and find the best possible solution for you.


Can I request a refund?

General FAQs , 2017-12-22

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Answer: Yes, your can request a refund. We only refund the Consular fee, not our service fee. For more details, please visit our Terms & Conditions.


Where can I get a receipt?

General FAQs , 2017-12-22

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Answer: Your order is your receipt. Until you receive your passport and visa, your Order ID will be very important as it will be used to track your application's progress.


Can you process visas for Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan?

General FAQs , 2017-12-19

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Answer: Yes, for Hong Kong. However, US citizens do NOT need visa to visit Hong Kong, Macao, or Taiwan.


What services are provided?

General FAQs , 2017-12-19

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Answer: We are mainly serving US citizens for visas to China as an agent.


Do you provide visa service for Non-US citizens?

General FAQs , 2017-12-08

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Answer: Yes, we can process non-US citizen passports. However, you must have a U.S. mailing address and provide a valid e-mail address.


How ChinaEntryVisa.Net Works?

General FAQs , 2017-12-08

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Answer: We work directly with the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC, and all Chinese Consulate Generals in other US regions, acting as your agent to submit visa applications.  You get everything ready and mail to us, we send it in-person for processing.  All is handled in a fast daily basis.


China 72-Hours Visa Free Policy

General FAQs , 2017-12-03

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Good news for tourists who want to visit Beijing but do not want to bother with applying for a Chinese visa: A 72-hours visa-free visit for foreign visitors from 45 countries who have outbound air tickets and visas to a third country, starting January 1st, 2013. The 72-hour visa-free transit policy in China allows air passengers from 53 countries to transit and stay for up to 72 hours (3 days) in 18 China cities without a visa. In order to facilitate international visitors' short stay in Chin……