Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Uzbekistan
Ambassador: Mr. Yu Hongjun
Address: No.79, Akademik Yahyo G'Ulomoy Street, Tashkent 700047, Uzbekistan
Website: http://uz.china-embassy.org/rus/ (Russian Version)
Office Hours: 09:00-18:00, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
Office Hours for Visa: 09:00-12:00, Monday, Wednesday, Friday (exceptholidays)
The information of all sections of the embassy
|Reception Office||Tel: +998-71-1338088 |
|Protocol Office||Tel: +998-71-1331396 |
|Political Office||Tel: +998-71-1360148 |
|Administrative Office||Tel: +998-71-1360851 |
|Defense Attaché Office||Tel: +998-71-1522758 |
|Economic & Commercial Counselor's Office||Tel: +998-71-1691048 |
Application for Group Visa of China
1. Submit original valid passport
2. Members of a Tour. One tour has at least five members. And they enter and exit China together.
3. List of members of a tour. The list should be typed in order, and each item on it is consistent to their passports without correction.
4. Members of a tour should be citizens of Uzbekistan, and the citizens of other countries can't take part in a tour.
5. People who apply for a great amount of group visa should come to the embassy before 11:00a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Applicants for Individual Visa of China
1. Passport has six months validity left.
2. Invitation letter issued by Chinese authorized organization. Applicants for visiting family should show original Invitation Letter by relatives in China.
3. A filled Visa Application Form of the People's Republic of China with a recent passport style photo attached.
4. Generally speaking, applicants should appear in the Chinese embassy in person.
Notices for Applying for Notarization
The Chinese embassy only accepts the Notarization Application of Chinese Citizens who can apply for the following notarization:
1. Overseas Chinese Certificate
Applicants are required to provide valid passport and residence permit in Uzbekistan.
2. Survival Notarization
Applicants should come to embassy by themselves to present passport and residence permit.
3. Notarization of Marital Status
1) If Chinese citizens come to Uzbekistan for personal affaires and plans to marry there, the Unmarried Notarial Deed issued by Chinese Notary Public Office they hold should be verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affaires of the P.R.C and its embassy in Beijing.
2) For Chinese Students and Chinese nationals in Uzbekistan, if they want to apply for the notarization of unmarried status in order to use after returning China, they should offer their own passport, student identity card and the notarial document of marital status before going abroad.
Please contact Embassy of Uzbekistan in China if Uzbeks are in troubles there.
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