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THE QUICKEST & EASIEST WAY TO GET A VISA FOR CHINA

Visa For China helps Australian tourists and business people secure a visa for the People’s Republic of China the fast and easy way. Whether you need a visa on a tight deadline or simply want to ensure your trip is pleasant and trouble-free, Visa For China assists many Australians with their Chinese visa with personalised, attentive service. Our service is not only fast but secure, as our servers use top grade digital encryption.

We offer legalisation, notarisation, pre-check screening and assistance with business invitation letters for multiple entry visas.

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VISA FOR CHINA, DO I NEED ONE??

If you are travelling to China for business or as a tourist, you require an entry visa. These visas are issued by the Australian Chinese embassy or consulate prior to your departure. You will have to supply legalised documents, fill out an application form and wait for approval before departing.

Students and business people who need to make multiple trips within six or twelve months will need to provide further documentation. Visa For China helps tourists, business and students make a successful Chinese visa application so you can be on your way.

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CHINESE VISA CONCIERGE SERVICE

Travelling to China as a tourist, student or for business requires an entry visa approved by the PRC Foreign Ministry. To help you through the process, Visa For China offers a Chinese Visa Concierge service. Your concierge is an expert in Chinese consular and immigration procedures, managing the process from gathering documents, application and approval.

In a hurry? Your Visa Concierge can arrange all the necessary forms and documents for submission on your behalf. We also register your travel plans with the Commonwealth Government Smart Traveller service for added peace of mind. This make life a lot easier even if you live in the country, there is no need to travel to capital cities like Brisbane.

Your concierge can keep you updated every step of the way via phone or email.  Visa for china application form  Click Here

CHECK YOUR DOCUMENTS ARE LEGAL AND ACCEPTED BY CHINA

Chinese authorities may reject business visa applications made by Australian citizens due to improper or incomplete documentation. Visa For China advises you on what documents are required to make a successful application.

Chinese officials may only accept documents that are legalised. Documents such as:

Birth and Marriage Certificates
Power of Attorney
AFP/State Police Checks
Academic Transcripts
Company Registrations
Translated Documents

Require many steps before they are considered legalised. Visa For China from Australia simplifies the process, consulting with you to determine what documents you need, and gaining the legalisation from the Commonwealth Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Chinese Consulate or Embassy.

Need translations of your documents? Our concierges can arrange timely and accurate translation of any documents required for your application. Submitting your documents is not only fast, but also secured by our private servers. For More Information Click Here

PRE-CHECK SCREENING SERVICE

Do you have your documents for a Chinese visa application together? Do you have a photo ready for submission? Visas for China have different requirements compared to Australian passports or drivers licences. Visa For China’s pre-check screening can review and assess your documents and photo to ensure they conform to Chinese Foreign Ministry requirements.

VISA PHOTOS MADE SIMPLE

Unsure if your passport photo will get the tick of approval from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate? We make it easier with our Digital Visa Photo service. Simply upload a photo of your choice, and we will take the necessary steps to ensure it’s accepted by the Chinese authorities.

Photo must be recent; taken within the last 6 months.
Photo must be in colour, free of shadows, and against a white background.
Person must have a neutral expression. They must not wear glasses, hats, uniforms, or head coverings, except for religious purposes.
Person must look directly into the camera, facing forward, head straight.
For more information, download the digital photo guidelines.

CHINESE BUSINESS INVITATION LETTER FOR MULTIPLE ENTRY VISAS

Do you need to enter China more than once within a two-year period? You may need an invitation from a host business in China to successfully petition for a six or twelve month multiple entry visa. Chinese regulations around multiple entry visas are strictly enforced and issued at the discretion of your embassy or consulate. We can help you gain multiple entry visas for conducting extended business in China.

Your sponsoring company must supply a formal invitation for inspection by Chinese consular officials. This invitation must:

Be on company letter head including the full address and contact details of the host
Be addressed to the Chinese Consulate
Specify the applicant’s full name, gender, date of birth, passport number, and other details
Specify the purpose and duration of stay
Specify the type of visa, validity and number of entries requested
Include an acceptance of financial responsibility for the applicant
Be signed and dated by the applicant’s host
Bear the company’s stamp/seal.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT CHINA REQUIRES TO APPROVE YOUR VISA?

You may be an Australian citizen, but visa applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong (SAR), Macau or Taiwan must fill out their name on their visa application in Mandarin characters. Other stipulations apply to dual nationals, previous visa holders and minors. Navigating the visa process can prove difficult, but your Visa For China concierge can take the guesswork out of your application and streamline the process for you. We can take care of document legalisation and submission, your photo ID and any special requirements your Chinese consulate or embassy asks of you. We give you personalised service, all for one flat fee.