Ambassador: Mr. Yu Hongyang
Address: No.13, Narenjestan 7th, Pasdaran Ave, Tehran
(P. O. Box 11155-3937)
Tel: +9821-22291240, 22292566, 22291241
Office Hours: 08:30-16:30, Sunday-Thursday (except holidays)
Address: No.73rd, Movahed Danesh Ave., Aghdasiyeh, Tehran, Iran
Tel: +9821- 26118905
Office Hours: 08:45-12:15, 14:30-16:30, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday (except holidays)
The information of all sections of the embassy
|Ambassador Office||Tel: +9821-22291240 ext. 2 |
|Political Counselor||Chief: Yu Fulong |
|Economic & Commercial Office||Chief: Lu Zhangjin |
Tel: +9821-22563146 ext. 8
|Defense Attaché Office||Chief: Xu Jinxiang |
|Political Office||Chief: Yang Chaohui |
|Cultural Office||Chief: Ren Weifu |
|Administrative Office||Chief: Kang Xiuying |
Notices for Application
1. According to the agreement between Iran and China, holders of Iranian diplomatic/service passports are free of visa requirements for entry.
2. For Macao Special Administrative Region, Iranian citizens can apply for Arrival Visa by Invitation Letter or other certifications.
3. For Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, no matter what type of passport they hold, they all are asked to apply for a HKSAR Visa through the Embassy before entering Hong Kong.
Regulations for Notarization
1. Only Chinese nationals gaining Residence Permit in Iran can apply for notarization.
2. Applicants should come to the embassy in person.
3. Applicants should offer original valid passport and its copy.
4. Applicants should fill in the 'Application Form for Notarization and Certification' carefully, specifically and legibly. All the blanks of the form must be completed.
5. The notarized content must be exact, accurate and without correction.
6. Applicants should sign in front of the consul officials.
Please contact Embassy of Iran in China if Iranians are in troubles there.
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