China Visa

Processing time

5-6 working days after submission

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Type of Australia Visas

Tourist Visa

  • Processing time:
    7-8 days
  • Stay period:
    Upto 30 days
  • Validity:
    Upto 6 month
  • Fees:
    INR 6,500/-

Business Visa

  • Processing time:
    7-8 days
  • Stay period:
    Upto 30 days
  • Validity:
    Upto 6 month
  • Fees:
    INR 6,500/-

Documents required for China Visa

    • Passport: Original Passport with validity of minimum six months and minimum two blank pages for visa stamp. Attach all your old passports (if any). Also submit a copy of information pages as well as copies of previous Chinese visas (on A4 paper).

      1. ChinaVisa Application Form.
      2. PhotoSpecification: Two recent passport size colored photographs with matt or semi matt finish,80% face coverage, white background, dark color dress and without border (Size: 35mm x 45mm). Photograph should not be more than 3 months old or scanned and should not be used in any of the previous visas. The photo should be stapled or glued on the application form.
      3. Covering Letter : a) Covering Letter from applicant on business letter head mentioning name, designation, passport number, purpose and duration of visit in brief. The letter should be duly signed by authorized signatory with company stamp and addressed to – 
        “Visa Officer, The Consulate General of China, Mumbai”
        Please Note: Covering-Letter on Letterhead if applicant is Self Employed or on plain paper if Employed .
        (i) ORIGINAL NOC/Leave Letter from the Employer (If employed).
      4. Personal Original Bank Statementwith minimum balance of Rs 1,60,000 with Bank seal and signature of authorized signatory on each page.
      5. Confirmed Return Ticket.
      6. Day to Day Itinerary.
      7. Hotel Bookings: Passengers name should reflect on the hotel booking confirmation with hotel address and contact details.
      8. Please Note: If you are applying your visa from Mumbai and your passport is not issued from Maharashtra and Karnataka then you have to submit any one stay proofs of your residence in Maharashtra / Karnataka as per the below mentioned list:
        a) Lease & License Agreement
        b) Address proof in the Companies letter head (Original)
        c) MTNL, BSNL bill of last month
        d) Original Marriage Certificate
        e) Original Birth certificate
  • 01.  Original passport valid for 06 month after arrival in India with 3 blank pages for visa stamping

    02.  Old passport (if any)

    03.  Online form (filled by us)

    04.  Three photo as per specification 80% face, white background, matt finish, 35×45 mm size

    05.  Original Business Covering letter on business letterhead stating applicant name, passport number, purpose of trip, business details etc… (attached)

    06.  Invitation letter from host Company stating purpose of trip, business details etc.. and ID copy of authorized signatory

    07.  Indian Company Registration Certificate

    08.  Original updated Bank Statement till date with sufficient balance should be sign and stamp by the bank on each and every page

    09.  Income Tax Returns/Form 16 for last 3 years

    10.  Applicant salary slip last 03 month

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    China Visa FAQs

    A Chinese visa is a stamp or endorsement placed by officials of China on a passport that allows the bearer to visit China. “Visit” is further defined as the reason for entry, usually business, tourist or transitory. Chinese visas are obtained through a visa service provider known as the Chinese Visa Application Service Center recognized by the Chinese Embassy or Consulate General to handle the daily routine work of processing China Visa applications.
    All Indian nationals require a visa for China. If you are traveling to mainland China, whether for business or tourism, you require a Chinese Visa to be obtained from the Embassy/Consulate prior to your trip.
    A Single and Double entry China Visa is valid for 90 days from issuance. You can enter China within the validity of 90 days from the date of issue (please note the time difference between China and India). And from the date of your entry, you can stay in China for 30 days (the duration period is written on the visa label).
    The Australia Visa is an E-Visa i.e. it is not a Sticker visa endorsed on the passport, once decision is taken by the Australian High Commission; E-Visa will be mailed on the registered Email ID which is mentioned on the visa form.

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    WE has been a part of more than one million travel dreams. We offer a superior, quick and hassle-free Visa Facilitation service. With a highly professional and dedicated team of Visa Experts, we are here to cater to all your China Visa application requirements.

    Throughout your China visa process, you will have a dedicated Visa Expert handling your application.

    Here are the steps to apply for a China Visa through US:

    Step 1: Provide your travel details to our China Visa Expert and get all your queries answered.

    Step 2: Pay the China visa fee and upload your documents online through our secured online document locker to ensure its confidentiality.

    Step 3: Our China Visa Expert will verify your documents and submit your application to the Embassy.

    Step 4: Receive your China Visa.

    Basic Requirements to visit China

          • Have a valid Passport and valid China Visa;
          • Be in good health;
        • Good moral character;
        • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as an incentive to come back to your home country;
        • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country before your China visa expires;
        • Have sufficient funds to support yourself and the amount depends on how long you will stay in China and whether you will be staying with family, friends or any paid accommodation.

    Travel Checklist

          • Passport;
          • Valid China Visa;
        • Confirmed return Ticket;
        • Contact details of your relative, friends or business contact in China;
        • Confirmed hotel bookings (If Any);
        • China country Currency and other forms of forex;
        • An unlocked smartphone, preferable with a Sim card from India;
        • Any additional documents required to prove your purpose of visit (especially if you are travelling on a business Visa).

    What to do when you arrive in China

      • Keep your Declaration form in hand (provided to you on the flight);
    • Keep all travel documents (passport, valid China Visa, return ticket, hotel bookings etc.) ready in case the immigration officer asks to produce any document;
    • If you are an unaccompanied minor, make sure you stay with the flight attendant who is in charge of your safety. Additionally, you must recognise the adult picking you up at the airport. If you have any doubts, you must inform the airline staff immediately.


    China country travel guide

    If you are looking for a destination that is exotic, packed full of new sights and experiences, stimulating, and over all different, China is best in the world. China isn’t a place where you just go to enjoy a vacation — it is a destination where you can discover a country that’s vastly different from your own.

    China, an ancient, mysterious and beautiful land, is always appealing to adventurous foreign visitors. As the third largest country in the world occupying an area of 9,600,000 sq km, it spans 62 degrees of longitude and 49 degrees of latitude. A wide variety of terrain and climate shape its numerous natural attractions. Abundant in a variety of resources, plants, animals, and minerals, the land has nurtured countless generations of Chinese people.

    One of China’s greatest treasures is her long, rich history. As early as 1.7 million years ago, the earliest humans evolved on this land. The first dynasty, the Xia Dynasty, dates to about the 21st century BC. For 4,000 years, feudalism was the dominant economic and cultural model. Then, in 1911, the revolution led by Sun Yat-sen brought the monarchy to an end. On October 1st, 1949, PRC was founded, fully named the ‘People’s Republic of China’. Since then, this country has developed independently and vigorously. Most recently, reform and opening-up policy has energized life in this country.

    China is proud of her many people, long history, resplendent culture and distinctive customs. Among her greatest gifts to the world are the ‘four great inventions’ (paper, gunpowder, printing and the compass).

    Chinese arts and crafts, including painting, calligraphy, operas, embroidery and silk are distinctive and unique. Kung Fu, which have only recently begun to enjoy popularity in other parts of the world have been part of Chinese culture for centuries, and Chinese literature is testifies to the country’s rich heritage. And, of course, there is Chinese food, which has been exported to every corner of the globe.

    China is bordered by 14 countries, neighbouring to 8 countries. It borders North Korea and Russia to the northeast, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the northwest, Mongolia due north, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the west, India, Nepal and Bhutan to the southwest, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam to the south.

    China’s language supersedes others in originality and complexity. Kung fu and tai chi similarly surpass karate, taekwondo, and Thai boxing

    As a vast country in the world, the wide territory of China carries a variety of terrains, landform and climate. In China, people can either prance on the prairie grasslands; go west into the stretching deserts in Xinjiang, listening to a long echo of camel bells in the river sunset; take an adventure tour to Tibet, the nearest place to the sky and the purest paradise on earth. In China, people can not only travel to the fairyland on earth – Jiuzhaigou, to witness the charming and color of water, but also can pay worship visit to Mount Tai – one of the most famous mountains in China. In China, people can have a leisure holiday in Hainan with the blue sea and silver sand, lying on a beach chair to take a break from the hustle and bustle of life… The nature has provided various wonders and endless beauty to China.

    China has also a variety of folk culture. The traditional forms of art include poetry, drama, calligraphy, Chinese painting, etc. Traditional Chinese festivals have the Spring Festival (Chinese Lunar New Year), Lantern Festival, Tomb-sweeping Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, the Double Ninth Festival, etc.

    Top Attractions in Tibet:

    Potala Palace, Nobulingka, Drepung Monastery, Sera Monastery, Ganden Monastery and Jokhang Temple being the most worth visiting. Shigatse is the second biggest city in Tibet. Shigatse means in Tibetan “The Estate that materializes one’s Dream “. Tashilhunpo Monastery is its main historic attraction. Mt. Kailash, in western Tibet is holy to both Hinduism and Buddhism.

    Jiuzhaigou Sichuan

    Situated in the depths of the mountains in the border area of Nanping, Songpan and Pingwu counties in Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture in the northwestern Sichuan Province, Jiuzhaigou is a fairyland named after the Nine-Village Valley, which is the living place of nine Tibetan villages. The valley is about 50 kilometres long. In 1992, It was listed as the world natural heritage list of UNESCO.

    Top attractions in Jiuzhaigou Sichuan:

    Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, Qingchengshan & Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Emei Mountain and Giant Buddha of Leshan, Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area, Huanglong.

    Lijiang Yunnan

    Lijiang is situated in Yunnan Province of south China. It is on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list. It has the history of over 1,300 years. Lijiang is inhabited by Naxi people. It is under the administration of the Naxi Autonomous County. It stands on a plateau at 2,600m above sea level. It is well known for its natural scenery and green vegetation. It has the Jade Dragon Mountain as its backdrop. The old town blends naturally with the natural scenery. The local Naxi people have developed a culture called “Dong Ba Culture”. Classical Naxi music is considered as the “living musical fossil” due to its long history.

    Top attractions in Lijiang Yunnan:

    Ancient Town Lijiang, Yulong Snow Mountain, Tiger Leaping Gorge.

    Zhangjiajie Hunan

    Zhangjiajie City is located on the west mountians of Hunan Province. Under the administration of Zhangjiajie City, there is a district called Wulingyuan District where the Wulingyuan Scenic Area is located.

    The Wulingyuan Scenic Area is sectioned into 3 parts: Zhangjiajie National Forest Park; Tianzi Mountain and Suoxi Valley. Most of the visitors stay at the Wulingyuan area instead of the city center of Zhangjiajie City. In December of 1992, Wulingyuan was included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.

    Top attractions in Zhangjiajie Hunan:

    Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Tianzi Mountain, Suoxi Valley Nature Reserve.

    Silk Road in China

    The Silk Road has a history of more than 2,000 years. It actually started from Chang’an (the present Xian, Shaanxi Province) in the east and stretched to Rome, Italy in the west. The ancient silk road went through Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai provinces, Ningxia Hui and Xinjiang Uygur autonomous regions and then extended over the Pamirs, further extending to Central and West Asia. And finally the silk road met the east bank of the Mediterranean Sea and Eastern Europe. The Silk Road had the total length of over 2,485 miles and over half of which is within China.

    Top attractions along the Silk Road in China:

    Lanzhou, Wuwei, Zhangye, Jiayuguan Pass, Dunhuang, Hami, Turpan, Urumqi, Loulan, Korla, Kuqa (Kucha), Aksu, Kashgar (Kashi), Hotan.

    China Facts and Figures

    NameThe People’s Republic of China
    Location:Far East
    Time:IST (+) 2 ½ hours
    Major cities:Shanghai, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shenzhen, Chengdu
    Language:Standard Chinese or Mandarin, Yue, Wu, Minbei, Xiang, Gan, Hakka dialects, minority languages
    Area:9,571,300 sq kms
    National day:01 Oct
    Currency:Chinese Yuan(CNY)
    Main Airline:Air China (CA)
    International Airports:Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA)
    Shanghai Pudong (PVG)
    Beijing Nanyuan (NAY)
    Beijing Capital (BJS)
    Best time to visit China :April to May and September to October

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