The best time to apply for your Chinese visa is 1-2 months before your travel date. However, if you are running short on time, we can process your visa in 1 business day. For example, if you overnight your application to us on Monday, you can have it back in your hand on Wednesday with our same-day rush service.
The time you could actually stay in China or "duration of stay after entry" is usually 30-90 days per entry. Generally speaking, the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco issues 30-day visas, Houston 60 and Chicago 90. If you wish to get more than 30 or 60 days, you must write 90 days on the Chinese Visa Application Form. Please be reminded that the Chinese Consulate has the final say on the number of days you receive for your visa regardless of your request.
No, you can't. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from date of application in order to get a visa. You can get a single or double entry visa if your passport expires in less than 12 months, but more than 6 months. You can only get a 12-month multiple entry visas if your passport is valid for at least 12 months.
US citizens as well as citizens of most countries in North America and Europe can visit Hong Kong and Macao without a visa. Citizens of other countries can check the Hong Kong government website to see if you need a visa. You can also call us for information.
You can glue, tape or staple the photo. Or you can leave it loose in your package and we will do it for you.
The validity of a Chinese visa can be anywhere from 3-24 months depending on the type of visa you requested. Normally a single entry visa is valid for 3 months, a double entry visa for 6 months, a multiple entry visa for 6, 12 or 24 months. The validity of a visa starts from date of issue, and applicant needs to enter China before the expiration date listed on the visa.
Yes, you need a multiple entry visa for that purpose. Each time you enter China from Hong Kong or Macao, you need one entry
No, you can't. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months, from date of application, in order to receive a visa.
Yes, we may help you to obtain the Chinese visa in the US, if you are legal resident or you have a valid long term US visa. You will also need to provide the legal status in the US, such as photocopy of US Green Card or valid US visa such as F, H, L, B, etc. You may only be able to apply for a single or double entry visa. Other restriction may apply. Policy may change without notice.
Yes, you can. To do that, you could either include a prepaid FedEx air bill or write down your FedEx account number on our Order Form. However, we do not accept pre-stamped post office envelopes.
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