China Embassy in Colombia
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Mr. Wang Xiaoyuan
Address: Carrera 16 # 98-30, Bogotá
Details about applying a visa in Colombia, refer to How to Apply A Chinese Visa?
Sections of Chinese Embassy in Colombia
|Political Office||Tel: +57-1-6223258 |
|Defense Attaché Office||Tel: +57-1-6223248 |
|Economic & Commercial Office||Tel: +57-1-6222879, 6223103 |
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cultural office||Tel: +57-1-6223228 |
|Consular Office||Tel: +57-1-6223126 |
|Administrative Office||Tel: +57-1-6223213 |
Regular Fee per Person (the Currency Unit is Peso)
|Types||Colombian Citizens||American Citizens||Citizens of Other Countries|
|Single-Entry with 3-month Validity||75,000||280,000||80,000|
|Double-Entry with 6-month Validity||113,000||280,000||120,000|
|Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity||150,000||280,000||160,000|
|Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity||230,000||280,000||240,000|
Expedited Service Fee per Person (the Currency Unit is Peso)
|2-3 working days processing||52,000|
Consulate-General of the PRC in Barranquilla
Address: Cra 51B Nº 80-58 oficina 1002 Smart Office Center, Barranquilla, Colombia
Office Hours: 09:00-12:00 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (except holidays)
Please contact Embassy of Colombia in China if Colombians are in problems there.
Related Chinese Embassies in South America: Ecuador, Guyana, Peru
Selected Questions and Answers:
Asked by Mr. Santiago(Linares)
Hi. I am a Colombian citizen currently living and working in London. I may need to go to Hong Kong to visit our offices there. It would be a short stay (not longer than 1 week). Would I need to apply for a visa? Thanks for your help.
Answered by Ms. HELPER
You don't need to apply for it to Hong Kong because Colombians are exempt from it to Hong Kong for up to 90 days.
Asked by Mr. Gonzalo M.(USA)
I am a Colombian citizen living in Phoenix Arizona US. I have lived 15 years in the US and I am waiting for my Green Card but I am not officially a Permanent Resident of the US. I plan to travel to the PRC (GUANGZHOU) early January for two weeks, but possibly returning later for series of two weeks every 3 or 6 months. I would be engaged in a work as a consultant to a goverment agency. Questions:
1. What type do I need?
2. Where should I process it here in the US?
Answered by Mr. Noah
1. You can apply for a work Z or business F to the PRC, but it is up to the documents provided by the government agency, if it can provide your Alien Work Permit and Notification Form, you can apply for work Z, if it only provide you notification form, you can apply for Business F.
If you don't have the two documents, you can apply for a tourist L to Guangzhou for your two weeks trip.
2. You can apply from Consulate General of PRC in Los Angeles because Arizona is under its consular jurisdiction.
I am a Dutchman who got offered a job in China for a Chinese company. I would like to take my girlfriend, who is a Colombian, with me. We aren't married, so I guess a S-type visa is not an option right? The Chinese company I am going to work for now wants to offer her some voluntary work possibilities. They could provide her an invitation letter if necessary as well. However I am doubting a bit what should work best. To give it a try for a longer than 30 days duration of stay F-type visa? Or just go for a tourist L-type visa that she tries to extend when in China? I have done some reading on the internet. Some people say that apparently it is quite difficult to get a F-type voluntary visa with a duration stay of more than 30 days, others say that it's not. My main concern is that she doesn't have to return to Colombia every 30 days and apply for a new visa.
Thank you in advance!
Thank you for you quick reply! Do you think it is possible/easy to get a Business visa with a duration of stay that is more than 30 days?
Thank you in advance
Can I apply for the Z Visa in Colombia?
I have dual citizenship, American and Colombian; and I am currently residing in Colombia with my husband that is also Colombian. I have been offered a job in China and I would like to know if I can obtain my visa in the Chinese Embasssy in Colombia? I need my American Passport to be stamped, is it possible? My husband will also be applying for the spousal visa.