Choose the Expedited China Visa Application Service option below that meets your travel needs

Choose the Expedited China Visa Application Service option below that meets your travel needs

CHINA VISA
Requirements, Instructions & Information

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How to Get a Tourist Visa to China


Chinese Tourist Visas (L) are valid for: 
Tourism • Sightseeing • Vacation • Cruise Ships • Leisure • Holiday 

 

Gather together, complete & ship the following:

Passport RequirementsImage of a United States Passport issued by the US Department of State.:
China Tourist Visa


Please send your actual, signed passport which should be valid for 6 months beyond your intended stay in China and with at least two blank visa pages available for Chinese visa stamps. Please note that the last few pages in your passport are amendment pages for U.S. State Department use only and as such cannot be used for a China tourist visa stamp.

US Visa Connection can process both the passport application and the China tourist visa application back to back. !f your passport does not meet Chinese tourist visa requirements, see our Rush Passport Services to Get a New US Passport or to Renew Your Current US Passport.


Image of a Passport Photo example that meets the Requirements of the China Embassy and Chinese ConsulatesPhoto Requirements:
China Tourist Visa


You will need to provide two passport photo’s which should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

Image of an Chinese Tourist Visa Application formApplication Requirements:
China Tourist Visa


Complete, print, and sign two copies of the China Tourist Visa Application Form.
Important Notes:
Every question on the application must be answered with complete information. For questions that do not apply to you type answer as NA. Application forms completed by hand are not accepted by Chinese Embassy/Consulates. All applications must be typed, printed single side and signed with signature matching that in applicant’s passport.


Proof of Travel Images of a Chinese Flight Itinerary & China Business LetterProof of Travel:
China Tourist Visa


A copy of round trip tickets or confirmed flight itinerary which should include applicants name and show entry into and exit from China.


China Hotel Booking Confirmation ImageProof of Accommodations:
China Tourist Visa


A copy of confirmed Hotel Reservations in China which should include applicants name.
Important Note:
If you are staying with friends or relatives in China, provide a signed letter of invitation from your host as well as a copy of their Chinese ID. The letter of Invitation must include applicant’s passport number and date of birth.


ID as Proof of China Consulate Residency Jurisdiction Icon BlackProof of Residency:
China Tourist Visa


Applicants must provide a copy of their state issued license/ID. For minors applicants a copy of both parent’s license/ID and a copy of the birth certificate.


China Embassy & Chinese Consulates Tourist Visa Information ImageExtra Information:
China Tourist Visa


Applicants who have previously traveled to China must provide a copy of the previous Chinese visa. If the visa was issued to a previous passport, a photocopy of the canceled passport’s information page must also be included or you may send the canceled passport itself.

Applications for minors under age 13 traveling to China must include a birth certificate copy. Applications for minors under 18 traveling with someone other than a parent or legal guardian must include a birth certificate copy and a copy of the parents/guardians.

The normal validity of a China tourist visa for a U.S. citizen is 10 years with multiple entries and length of stay not to exceed 60 days.

For applicants visiting Hong Kong or Macau, this is considered leaving China. Applicants planning to leave mainland China to visit Hong Kong or Macau with the intention to re-enter before their final departure from china should ensure to apply for a multiple entry visa.

Applicants of Chinese origin (born in China) must include a copy of a previous Chinese visa. If you have no previous Chinese Visas, then you will need to send your actual most recent Chinese passport. Also, these applicants must ensure to complete the Chinese Name field on the Chinese Tourist visa application form in Chinese characters.

Non U.S. passport holders currently in the US on a B1/B2 visa will be required to have a notarized letter stating “they are currently in the United States” when applying for a China Tourist Visa.

Applicants holding passports from France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Congo, Nigeria, and Ghana must appear in person at the Consulate for finger printing. US Visa Connection cannot assist with the China tourist visa process for these nationalities at this time.


Money and Clock Image Image Representing China Tourist Visa Application Fees and Processing TimesFees & Processing Times:
China Tourist Visa


Important Notes:

  • “Days” are business days and do not include weekends or consular holidays.
  • China tourist visa fees listed below are for all U.S. jurisdictions.
  • A 5.00 money order fee has been added to the Totals below.

US Citizens: 10 Year Multiple Entry China Tourist Visa
Chicago
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

Houston
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: Not available at this time
Consulate/Embassy fee: Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Los Angeles
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

New York
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

San Francisco
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

Washington DC
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Foreign Nationals:
Chinese Tourist Visas
Foreign nationals residing in the U.S. who wish to travel to China for tourism should contact us at 877-VISADOC or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance.


Order & Ship:Shipping Truck with Lock Image Representing Overnight Passport Shipping and Secure China Visa Application Processing
China Tourist Visa


Complete the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

This provides us with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.

How to Get a Business Visa to China


Chinese Business Visas (M) are valid for: 
Business Meetings • Sales • Conferences 
Seminars • Services 

 

Gather together, complete & ship the following:

Passport RequirementsImage of a United States Passport issued by the US Department of State.:
China Business Visa


Please send your actual, signed passport which should be valid for 6 months beyond your intended stay in China and with at least two blank visa pages available for Chinese visa stamps. Please note that the last few pages in your passport are amendment pages for US State Department use only and as such cannot be used for a China business visa stamp.

US Visa Connection can process both the passport application and the China business visa application back to back. !f your passport does not meet Chinese business visa requirements, see our Rush Passport Services to Get a New US Passport or to Renew Your Current US Passport.


Image of a Passport Photo example that meets the Requirements of the China Embassy and Chinese ConsulatesPhoto Requirements:
China Business Visa


You will need to provide two passport photo’s which should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

Image of an Chinese Business Visa Application formApplication Requirements:
China Business Visa


Complete, print, and sign two copies of the China Business Visa Application Form.
Important Notes:
Every question on the application must be answered with complete information. For questions that do not apply to you type answer as NA. Application forms completed by hand are not accepted by Chinese Embassy/Consulates. All applications must be typed, printed single side and signed with signature matching that in applicant’s passport.


Proof of Travel Images of a Chinese Flight Itinerary & China Business LetterProof of Travel:
China Business Visa


A copy of round trip tickets or confirmed flight itinerary which should include applicants name and show entry into and exit from China.


ID as Proof of China Consulate Residency Jurisdiction Icon BlackProof of Residency:
China Business Visa


Applicants must provide a copy of their state issued license/ID.


Image of a Chinese Business letter from the Applicants US based Employer or Sponsoring Company in ChinaBusiness Letter:
China Business Visa


A business letter from the applicants U.S. based employer or sponsoring company.

The business letter should:

  • printed on company letterhead;
  • signed by an appropriate company representative;
  • applicants name & passport number;
  • applicants employer status & position in the U.S. company;
  • dates of planned entry into & exit from China;
  • cities & Provinces to be visited;
  • specify validity of visa requested;
  • clearly state the purpose of the business trip to China;
  • specify who will provide financial support for applicants stay in China;
  • name, address, & phone number of the Chinese company to be visited.

Image of a Chinese Invitation Letter from inviting company in China Invitation Letter:
China Business Visa


A letter of invitation from the host company in China
“OR”
An official invitation/visa approval notification issued by the appropriate government agency and provided by the host/sponsor in China.

The letter of invitation from China should be on company letterhead, signed by an appropriate representative of the inviting organization, must be stamped with the company seal, and may be emailed or faxed.
The Letter of Invitation from China should include:

  • Applicants name, gender, nationality, date of birth and passport number.
  • Purpose of the business visit.
  • Cities and provinces the applicant intends to visit.
  • Dates of entry and exit from China.
  • Specific validity of the visa being requested (10 year)
  • Who will provide financial support in China for the duration of stay.
  • Full name of the company in China which invited the applicant.
  • Full name, job title, address, phone and fax numbers of the contact company in China.
  • Signature of the inviting contact in China and company seal

The official invitation/visa approval notification may be emailed or faxed and should be from the PRC Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China Foreign Economic Relations & Trade Commission, or any other authorized government unit. This invitation should be arranged by your host in China.


China Embassy & Chinese Consulates Business Visa Information ImageExtra Information:
China Business Visa


Applicants who have previously traveled to China must provide a copy of the previous Chinese visa. If the visa was issued to a previous passport, a photocopy of the canceled passport’s information page must also be included or you may send the canceled passport itself.

The normal validity of a China business visa for a U.S. citizen is 10 years with multiple entries and length of stay not to exceed 60 days.

For applicants visiting Hong Kong or Macau, this is considered leaving China. Applicants planning to leave mainland China to visit Hong Kong or Macau with the intention to re-enter before their final departure from china should ensure to apply for a multiple entry visa.

Applicants of Chinese origin (born in China) must include a copy of a previous Chinese visa. If you have no previous Chinese Visas, then you will need to send your actual most recent Chinese passport. Also, these applicants must ensure to complete the Chinese Name field on the Chinese Tourist visa application form in Chinese characters.

Non U.S. passport holders currently in the US on a B1/B2 visa will be required to have a notarized letter stating “they are currently in the United States” when applying for a China Tourist Visa.

Applicants holding passports from France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Congo, Nigeria, and Ghana must appear in person at the Consulate for finger printing. US Visa Connection cannot assist with the China tourist visa process for these nationalities at this time.


Money and Clock Image Image Representing China Business Visa Application Fees and Processing TimesFees & Processing Times:
China Business Visa


Important Notes:

  • “Days” are business days and do not include weekends or consular holidays.
  • China business visa fees listed below are for all U.S. jurisdictions.
  • A 5.00 money order fee has been added to the Totals below.

US Citizens: 10 Year Multiple Entry China Business Visa
Chicago
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

Houston
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: Not available at this time
Consulate/Embassy fee: Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Los Angeles
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

New York
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

San Francisco
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

Washington DC
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Foreign Nationals:
Chinese Business Visas
Foreign nationals residing in the U.S. who wish to travel to China for business should contact us at 877-VISADOC or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance.


Order & Ship:Shipping Truck with Lock Image Representing Overnight Passport Shipping and Secure China Visa Application Processing
China Business Visa


Complete the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

This provides us with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.

How to Get a Work/Employment Visa to China


Chinese Work/Employment Visas (Z) are valid for: 
Employment • Work • Residency

 

Gather together, complete & ship the following:

Passport RequirementsImage of a United States Passport issued by the US Department of State.:
China Work/Employment Visa


Please send your actual, signed passport which should be valid for 6 months beyond your intended stay in China and with at least two blank visa pages available for Chinese visa stamps. Please note that the last few pages in your passport are amendment pages for US State Department use only and as such cannot be used for a China work visa stamp.

US Visa Connection can process both the passport application and the China work visa application back to back. !f your passport does not meet Chinese work visa requirements, see our Rush Passport Services to Get a New US Passport or to Renew Your Current US Passport.


Image of a Passport Photo example that meets the Requirements of the China Embassy and Chinese ConsulatesPhoto Requirements:
China Work/Employment Visa


You will need to provide two passport photo’s which should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

Image of an Chinese Work Visa Application formApplication Requirements:
China Work/Employment Visa


Complete, print, and sign two copies of the China Work/Employment Visa Application Form.
Important Notes:
Every question on the application must be answered with complete information. For questions that do not apply to you type answer as NA. Application forms completed by hand are not accepted by Chinese Embassy/Consulates. All applications must be typed, printed single side and signed with signature matching that in applicant’s passport.


ID as Proof of China Consulate Residency Jurisdiction Icon BlackProof of Residency:
China Work/Employment Visa


Applicants must provide a copy of their state issued license/ID.


Image of a Chinese Invitation Letter from inviting company in China Invitation Letter:
China Work/Employment Visa


Work Permit for Aliens issued by the Chinese Labor Ministry
“OR” 
Foreign Expert’s License issued by the Chinese Foreign Expert Bureau.

Either document must be original and not a photocopy or emailed version.
Accompanying family members must submit a “visa notification” as well as proof of their relation with the applicant (marriage certificate or birth certificate).


China Embassy & Chinese Consulates Work Visa Information ImageExtra Information:
China Work/Employment Visa


Media professionals or employees of a media company must apply in person at the Chinese Consulate/Embassy of their states jurisdiction. Applicant will  be finger printed and must submit a letter from the their employer on company letterhead stating that the applicant will NOT be performing any media related work. US Visa Connection cannot assist with media related visa applications.

Applicants who have previously traveled to China must provide a copy of the previous Chinese visa. If the visa was issued to a previous passport, a photocopy of the canceled passport’s information page must also be included or you may send the canceled passport itself.

For applicants visiting Hong Kong or Macau, this is considered leaving China. Applicants planning to leave mainland China to visit Hong Kong or Macau with the intention to re-enter before their final departure from china should ensure to apply for a multiple entry visa.

Applicants of Chinese origin (born in China) must include a copy of a previous Chinese visa. If you have no previous Chinese Visas, then you will need to send your actual most recent Chinese passport. Also, these applicants must ensure to complete the Chinese Name field on the Chinese Tourist visa application form in Chinese characters.

Non U.S. passport holders currently in the US on a B1/B2 visa will be required to have a notarized letter stating “they are currently in the United States” when applying for a China Tourist Visa.

Applicants holding passports from France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Congo, Nigeria, and Ghana must appear in person at the Consulate for finger printing. US Visa Connection cannot assist with the China tourist visa process for these nationalities at this time.


Money and Clock Image Image Representing China Work Visa Application Fees and Processing TimesFees & Processing Times:
China Work/Employment Visa


Important Notes:

  • “Days” are business days and do not include weekends or consular holidays.
  • China work visa fees listed below are for all U.S. jurisdictions.
  • A 5.00 money order fee has been added to the Totals below.

US Citizens: China Work/Employment Visa
Chicago
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

Houston
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: Not available at this time
Consulate/Embassy fee: Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Los Angeles
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

New York
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

San Francisco
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

Washington DC
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Foreign Nationals:
Chinese Work/Employment Visas
Foreign nationals residing in the U.S. who wish to travel to China for work or employment should contact us at 877-VISADOC or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance.


Order & Ship:Shipping Truck with Lock Image Representing Overnight Passport Shipping and Secure China Visa Application Processing
China Work/Employment Visa


Complete the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

This provides us with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.

How to Get a Student Visa to China


Chinese Student Visas (X1) are valid for:
Long term study program (more than 180 days) in China
Chinese Student Visas (X2) are valid for:
Short term study program (more than 180 days) in China

 

Gather together, complete & ship the following:

Passport RequirementsImage of a United States Passport issued by the US Department of State.:
China Student Visa


Please send your actual, signed passport which should be valid for 6 months beyond your intended stay in China and with at least two blank visa pages available for Chinese visa stamps. Please note that the last few pages in your passport are amendment pages for US State Department use only and as such cannot be used for a China student visa stamp.

US Visa Connection can process both the passport application and the China student visa application back to back. !f your passport does not meet Chinese student visa requirements, see our Rush Passport Services to Get a New US Passport or to Renew Your Current US Passport.


Image of a Passport Photo example that meets the Requirements of the China Embassy and Chinese ConsulatesPhoto Requirements:
China Student Visa


You will need to provide two passport photo’s which should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

Image of an Chinese Student Visa Application form for study in ChinaApplication Requirements:
China Student Visa


Complete, print, and sign two copies of the China Student Visa Application Form.
Important Notes:
Every question on the application must be answered with complete information. For questions that do not apply to you type answer as NA. Application forms completed by hand are not accepted by Chinese Embassy/Consulates. All applications must be typed, printed single side and signed with signature matching that in applicant’s passport.


ID as Proof of China Consulate Residency Jurisdiction Icon BlackProof of Residency:
China Student Visa


Applicants must provide a copy of their state issued license/ID.


Image of a Chinese Invitation Letter from inviting School or University in China Invitation Letter:
China Student Visa


For long term study in China a Foreign Student Application Form (JW101 or JW202) issued by the Chinese unit, and an enrollment letter from the Chinese school. These must be original and not a photocopy or emailed version.

Important note:
The JW202 must be signed by the student on the bottom right of the form in blue ink.


Image of a Chinese Student Residency Permit from inviting School or University in China Residency Permit:
China Student Visa


For short term study in China an Admission Notice issued by a School or University in China.

For long term study in China a Foreign Student Application Form (JW101 or JW202) issued by the Chinese unit, and an enrollment letter from the Chinese school.

Important note:
All of these documents must be original and not a photocopies or emailed versions.
The JW202 must be signed by the student on the bottom right of the form in blue ink.


China Embassy & Chinese Consulates Student Visa Information ImageExtra Information:
China Student Visa


Applicants who have previously traveled to China must provide a copy of the previous Chinese visa. If the visa was issued to a previous passport, a photocopy of the canceled passport’s information page must also be included or you may send the canceled passport itself.

For applicants visiting Hong Kong or Macau, this is considered leaving China. Applicants planning to leave mainland China to visit Hong Kong or Macau with the intention to re-enter before their final departure from china should ensure to apply for a multiple entry visa.

Applicants of Chinese origin (born in China) must include a copy of a previous Chinese visa. If you have no previous Chinese Visas, then you will need to send your actual most recent Chinese passport. Also, these applicants must ensure to complete the Chinese Name field on the Chinese Tourist visa application form in Chinese characters.

Non U.S. passport holders currently in the US on a B1/B2 visa will be required to have a notarized letter stating “they are currently in the United States” when applying for a China Tourist Visa.

Applicants holding passports from France, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Congo, Nigeria, and Ghana must appear in person at the Consulate for finger printing. US Visa Connection cannot assist with the China tourist visa process for these nationalities at this time.


Money and Clock Image Image Representing China Work Visa Application Fees and Processing TimesFees & Processing Times:
China Student Visa


Important Notes:

  • “Days” are business days and do not include weekends or consular holidays.
  • China student visa fees listed below are for all U.S. jurisdictions.
  • A 5.00 money order fee has been added to the Totals below.

US Citizens: Chinese Student Visa
Chicago
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

Houston
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: Not available at this time
Consulate/Embassy fee: Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Los Angeles
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

New York
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Rush: 3-4 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 165.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 125.00

San Francisco
Regular:
 5 business days
Rush: 24-48 hours
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00 / Rush 175.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00 / Rush 149.00

Washington DC
Regular:
 5-7 business days
Consulate/Embassy fee: 
Regular 145.00
UVC fee: Regular 99.00

Foreign Nationals:
Chinese Student Visas
Foreign nationals residing in the U.S. who wish to travel to China for study should contact us at 877-VISADOC or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance.


Order & Ship:Shipping Truck with Lock Image Representing Overnight Passport Shipping and Secure China Visa Application Processing
China Student Visa


Complete the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

This provides us with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.

2018 Holiday Schedule for the Embassy of China & Chinese Consulates
  • Jan 1: New Years
  • Jan 15: Martin Luther King
  • Feb 15-16: Chinese Lunar New Year
  • Feb 19: President’s Day
  • May 28: Memorial Day
  • June 18: Chinese Holiday
  • July 4: Independence Day
  • Sept 3: Labor day
  • Oct 1: China’s National Day
  • Oct 8: Columbus Day
  • November 12: Veterans Day
  • November 22-23: Thanksgiving
  • December 24-25:  Christmas
Embassy of China Republic & Chinese UN Permanent Mission Locations & Contact
Embassy of the China in Washington, D.C.
  • Address:
    2201 Wisconsin Ave NW Ste 110
    Washington DC USA 20007
  • Phone:
    +1-202-337-1956 / +1-202-588-9760
  • Email: 
    visa_us@mfa.gov.cn
  • Website:
    Chinese Embassy in Washington DC


Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations

See Also:
Website of the United Nations

http://usvisaconnection.com/consulates-embassies

http://usvisaconnection.com/consulates-embassies/china

China Consulate Locations & Contact Information
Consulate General of China in New York
  • Address:
    520 12th Ave
    New York NY USA 10036
  • Phone:
    +1 212-244-9456 / +1 212-502-0258
  • Email: 
    chinaconsul_ny_us@mfa.gov.cn
  • Website: 
    Chinese Consulate New York 

Consulate General of China in Chicago
  • Address:
    100 West Erie St
    Chicago IL USA 60654
  • Phone:
    +1 312-803-0095 / +1 312-803-0110
  • Website: 
    Chinese Consulate Chicago

Consulate General of China in San Fransisco
  • Address:
    1450 Laguna St
    San Francisco CA USA 94115
  • Phone:
    +1 415-674-2900 / +1 415-674-2940
  • Email: 
    visa.sf@gmail.com
  • Website: 
    Chinese Consulate San Fransisco

Consulate General of China in Los Angeles
  • Address:
    443 Shatto Place
    Los Angeles CA USA 90020
  • Phone:
    +1 213-807-8088 / +1 213-807-8011
  • Email: 
    webmaster@chinaconsulatela.org
  • Website: 
    Chinese Consulate Los Angeles

 

 

See Also: 
http://usvisaconnection.com/consulates-embassies

http://usvisaconnection.com/consulates-embassies/china

Useful information and Relevant Links for Travel to China
About China
  • Visit the China Section of the CIA World Fact Book in the Library & Resources Section of the Central Intelligence Agency website. Learn about the people of China as well as Chinese history, geography, government and economy.

China Travel Advisories: 

China Health and Vaccination Information:

For the most up to date Chinese vaccination requirements, outbreak alerts and safety tips for travel to China, visit CDC: International Destinations: China.


See Also: 

Other Government Resources

  • US State Department Travel Site: The travel.state.gov site is an essential travel resource guide for traveling abroad. It covers safety & security information, passport & visa Instructions, and entry/exit requirements for all foreign nations of the world.
  • US Customs and Border Protection Site: For travelers who are not sure what may and what may not be bring back in the United States from other countries.
  • US Embassy & Consulates of the United States: Complete & comprehensive list of the locations & contact information of the US Embassies and Consulates of the United States in foreign nations around the world. 
  • Transportation Security Administration: The best stop the rules, regulations & safety of air travel, the TSA are the screening officers in airports, the armed Federal Air Marshals on planes, the drug sniffing dog handlers and the explosives specialists.
  • CIA World Factbook: A complete & comprehensive resource guide of both important facts & interesting information about the various countries around the globe.

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Between the 5 Star customer service, super quick processing times, & affordable rates; the real question is Why Not? US Visa Connection makes getting US Passports & International Travel Visas as easy as 1-2-3!

Step 1.
Gather & Complete
Your Documents

Our easy to follow step by step Passport & Visa Instruction Guides make Expediting Applications for Travel Visas and US Passports a breeze! If there are any issues, we will work with you to resolve them quickly.

Step 2.
Place Order & Ship
Your Documents

Placing your order provides UVC with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to get your passport/visa in time to meet your intended travel date.

Step 3. 
Receive Your Visa/Passport

Your done! Sit back & relax with the knowledge that our years of experience working with the US Department of State Passport Agency and the various Consulates & Embassies are at work for you.

Fast. Easy.
Affordable. Secure.

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