General FAQs , 12-06-2022
Document legalization is the process of authenticating a document for use in a foreign country. This is typically done by a government agency or embassy, and may involve the authentication of signatures, seals, and other elements of the document. Once a document has been legalized, it is recognized as valid in the country where it will be used. This process is often required for documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and business contracts that need to be used i……
General FAQs , 12-06-2022
China Visa Information / China Visa - L, F, Z, Q
To get a visa to China, you will need to apply at a Chinese embassy or consulate. You will need to provide several documents, including a completed visa application form, a valid passport, and a passport-sized photograph. You may also need to provide evidence of your travel plans, such as a confirmed round-trip airline ticket and a hotel reservation. The specific documents required and the processing time for a visa can vary depending on your n……
Before Applying,General FAQs , 06-18-2020
If a document you are having authenticated has been translated, you may be required to submit a Certificate of Translation also known as Certificate of Accuracy with your application. You will also need a photocopy of the translator's ID (driver's license) and their business card. Please contact the translator to obtain these documents. Please email us to check whether it will be required for your authentication or have any questions.
General FAQs , 03-25-2020
With offices in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington DC, ChinaEntryVisa.Net is able to quickly process Chinese visa applications for all 50 states. When you apply for a Chinese visa through CEV, you do not have to worry about sending it to a wrong place. Simply fill out our order form and you will be directed to the correct office automatically.
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General FAQs , 08-22-2019
Answer: Yes, absolutely. It is required to send your actual passport. The Embassy/Consulate needs your original passport in order to affix your visa onto the visa page.
General FAQs , 06-27-2019
If you were to apply directly at the Chinese Consulate or Embassy, you might encounter the following:
1.) Having to research the requirements and documents necessary for your visa application.
2.) Spend money on travel to the Chinese Consulate or Embassy.
3.) Arrive early to stand for hours in line to obtain a ticket to submit your application.
4.) If your application and documents are all correct, they will accept your application. If not, you will have to leave and repeat the proc……
General FAQs , 06-19-2019
No. The fees and processing times are the same whether you apply for single entry or 10 years visa.
General FAQs , 05-29-2019
We recommend to use shipping services that provides a tracking number. Any courier can provide these such as USPS, FedEx or UPS, etc. Please do not mail your application using an envelope with postal stamps.
General FAQs , 05-28-2019
Answer: Even though US and Canadian passport holders are eligible for 10 year visa, it is not guaranteed it will be granted. There are circumstances under which the Chinese Consulate is reluctant to grant 10 years which can be any of the following: your passport does not have at least 12 months validity or 2 blank visa pages left; you are applying for visa type that is not eligible for 10 years; you have requested for duration of stay that is longer than usual; your profession is in a sensitive……
General FAQs , 05-15-2019
Answer: Yes, US and Canadian citizens traveling to mainland China require a visa to enter. A visa needs to be obtained before traveling. A visa is not required if you are traveling to Hong Kong or Macau.