PROCEDURES FOR APPLYING A CHINESE VISA
1) Place an order.
$209 per Chinese Visa (includes consular fee & CEV service fee). This does NOT include return shipping. This is a standalone purchase that can be bundled with other services. For free return shipping, please purchase one of our Packages. We currently accept Mastercard and Visa only.
The default shipping address will be your billing address, please make sure it is correct. If you would like to have your order shipped to a different address, please list the address in the notes during checkout or email our customer service.
2) Prepare the following required documents:
Original passport with at least six months remaining validity and blank visa pages. For 10 years visa, passport must have 12 months remaining validity.
(B) Visa Application Form
One completed application form. Download Visa Application Form V.2013 (click here).
Attention: For applicant’s applying through Los Angeles Consulate; A new application form was released on 2/26/18. Please use the new form (click here).
Form must be typed by computer, printed out, and signed. Other than your signature, the form cannot be handwritten. All fields must be filled. if a field does not apply to you, please fill with “N/A”.
(C) Document Checklist
Once an order has been placed, you will receive a PDF. The PDF will contain a Document Checklist and the address to our office you need to mail your application to.
Please go over everything carefully. DO NOT MISS ANYTHING.
3) Mail your application and supporting document to us.
We will go over your application form and supporting documents as soon as it is delivered to our office. We submit applications the following business day.
4) Patiently wait.
Regular processing time is 4-5 business days. Expedited processing time is 2-3 business days.
Expedited service is available with an add-on fee (click here).
Holiday closings will incur some delay.
Once your passport is retrieved from the Consulate, we will ship your passport back to you. You will receive a tracking number when your passport has shipped.
We recommend giving enough time between your Chinese visa application and your departure date in case of unexpected delays. We are not responsible for missed flights due to visa application delays.