Chinese Embassies and Consulates
Selected Questions and Answers:
I'm Canadian and have been married to a Chinese lady got two years. We got married and we now both live here. What is the procedure for me to qualify for a long term (5 year) permament visa if I plan to stay longer here? I have now been living here for more than four years.
It is very difficult to get a permanent visa. Please read the Regulations on Permanent Residence of Aliens on the website https://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/visa/refusal.htm, then you know the regulations are so strict and rigorous.
Hi, I'm a US passport holder. My 1 year Chinese Visa will expire soon, but I need to stay longer for another five days. I don't think I'll have time to renew it prior to my trip.
So my question here is, can I extend or renew it while in Beijing? I thank you in advance for your prompt response.
Yes, you can extend the duration of your visa at the Exit & Enter Department of Beijing Public Security Bureau before it expires.
I am a German passport holder with a working visa for Australia, wishing to travel soon - is it possible for me to obtain a visa from one of the consulates in Australia (or possibly new Zealand, as I may be traveling here in the next few months)?? Thanks :)
Yes, you can apply from one Chinese consulate in Australia which is near to you because you hold Australian work visa which permits you stay in Australia for a long time. If you apply in New Zealand, you maybe can't get it because you just a temporary visitors to New Zealand. Please bear in mind that single entry tourist L is only valid for 3 months, please don't apply for it too early.
So my Flight Itinerary would be:
LAX(Los Angeles) > TAO (Qingdao,China) > XMN (Xiamen, China) > MNL(Manila)
The airline is Xiamen Airlines, its the cheapest roundtrip to and from the Philippines.
I was trying to find some information on why is this the case but was not really successful.
I am a Czech citizen living and working in Japan (on long term working visa). I am flying back to Europe for Christmas with CSAir and on both ways the flight is routed through Guangzhou and Urumqi. My total time in China exceeds 24h so I had to apply for a transit visa and I need two entry one.
I went to the visa application center in Tokyo and they told me that “maybe” they can give me only one entry transit visa and “maybe” forced me to change my application to one entry.
Is this normal? I've never had an experience of having to go to apply for another visa in my destination to be able to go back on my return flight. Not mentioning the hassle of traveling to Prague twice from the other end of Czechia and paying yet another visa in full price.
Anyone knows why they wouldn't give me two entry visa?
I'm positive for hepatitis b.
Please can I got my visa x to study at china?
Please help me to know!