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VISA FOR CHINA SYDNEY, FIND OUT IF YOU NEED A CHINESE VISA

Unlike travelling to the United States or United Kingdom, China does not offer “visa waivers” or “visas on arrival.” You must declare if you are visiting the People’s Republic of China as a student, tourist or businessperson beforehand, and gain approval for a visa by the Chinese embassy or consulate prior to leaving. You will have to supply legalised documents, fill out an application form and wait for approval before departing.

In normal circumstances, you must get an application form, gather the necessary documents and photos and submit them to the Consulate-General, located in Camperdown in Sydney’s inner-west. If you study or work full time, this can interrupt your normal routine.

Visa For China eases the burden of Chinese visa applications for tourists, business and students make a successful Chinese visa application so you can be on your way.

Our Visa for China concierge makes the entire process easy, quick and hassle free. CLICK HERE TO START

VISA FOR CHINA SYDNEY: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE VISA CONCIERGE

Sydneysiders can take advantage of Visa For China’s Visa Concierge service. Your concierge knows Chinese immigration procedures and does all the hard work for you, so you can get on with preparing for your trip. That means no rushing across Sydney to get documents legalised or waiting in line at the Chinese Consulate-General.

Your Visa Concierge can arrange all the necessary forms and documents for submission on your behalf, such as translated documents or correct size photos. Your concierge also registers you with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s SmartTraveller service.

Your concierge notifies you of your visa’s progress via phone or email. So forget about going to the big city like Melbourne for your visa, it’s totally only here.

MAKING MORE TRIPS TO CHINA? YOU NEED SPECIAL PERMISSION

Students and business people who need to make multiple trips within six or twelve months will need to provide further documentation. If you are travelling to China for business and need to return more than once, you must be invited by your sponsoring business inside the country.

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

Your Visa for China concierge takes the confusion out of business visas for China visits by guiding you through the process, or taking charge of your obligations. Your concierge can arrange translations of business documents, travel papers and your photo for the visa. Visa For China charges one flat fee for services, so you’re never caught unaware.

PRE-CHECK SCREENING SERVICE

Unsure what the Chinese Consulate-General needs to process your visa? Do you have a photo ready for submission? Chinese visas are similar to Australian passports or drivers licences, but may differ in specific requirements. Falling even slightly outside of the boundaries of these criteria are grounds for rejection. To ensure success, Visa For China’s pre-check screening can review and assess your documents and photo to ensure they conform to Chinese Foreign Ministry requirements.