Chinese Embassy in Denmark

Ambassador: Mr. Feng Tie
Address: Oeregaardsvaenget 5, 2900 Hellerup, Copenhagen, Denmark

Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in Denmark

Address: Oeregaardsvaenget 5, 2900 Hellerup, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tel: 0045-39460866 (for consular assistance and protection)

Chinese Visa Application Service Center (CVASC)

The Center is responsible for receiving applications of ordinary passport holders for visiting mainland PRC. Postal service for applications is available.

Meanwhile, the Consular Section of the Embassy will only receive applications from diplomatic or (official) service passport holders. The Consular Section of the Embassy will not accept application sent by post.

The Detail Information for CVASC:
Address: Lyngbyvej 28, 2100, Copenhagen
Business Hours: Monday-Friday, closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
Submission of applications: 9:00 to 15:00
Collection: 14:00 - 16:00
Tel: 71859976 10:00 – 12:00 from Monday to Friday
  Procedure of Application at CVASC in Person/by Post 

Fees (in DKK)

Countries Regular Express Rush Postal
Schengen 850.5 1,185.5 1,355.5 1,237.5
Canada 920.5 1,255.5 1,425.5 1,425.5
US 1,453.5 1,788.5 1,958.5 1,728.5
Brazil 1,187.5 1,522.5 1,692.5 1,462.5
Serbia 523.5 858.5 1,028.5 798.5
Israel 647.5 982.5 1,152.5 922.5
Argentina 1,209.5 1,544.5 1,714.5 1,484.5
Panama 812.5 1,147.5 1,317.5 1,087.5
Uruguay 722.5 1,057.5 1,227.5 997.5
Pakistan 512.5 687.5 787.5 787.5
All the visa types including single entry, double entries and multiple entries cost the same.

Romania Citizens

Types Regular Express Rush Postal
Single entry 850.5 1,185.5 1,355.5 1,125.5
Double entries 962.5 1,297.5 1,467.5 1,237.5
Multiple entries 1,187.5 1,522.5 1,692.5 1,462.5

Other Countries

Types Regular Express Rush Postal
Single entry 700.5 1,035.5 1,205.5 1,125.5
Double entries 812.5 1,147.5 1,317.5 1,237.5
Multiple entries 6 months 887.5 1,222.5 1,392.5 1,462.5
Multiple entries 12 months 1,075.5 1,410.5 1,580.5 1,350.5

1. The regular service takes 4 working days; express service takes 3 working days; rush service takes 2 working days; postal service takes 7 working days. 
2. This CVASC accepts cash, debit card, and credit card. Make the payment through remittance if you apply by post. You will be informed about the amount of payment when your passport is ready for return.

2024 Holiday Schedule of CVASC in Copenhagen

Festival Date Day
New Year's Day January 1 Monday
Chinese New Year February 12 - 16 Monday - Friday
Easter March 28 - April 1 Thursday - Monday
Great Prayer Day April 26 Friday
Labor's Day May 1 Wednesday
Ascension Day May 9 Thursday
Pentecost May 20 Monday
Constution June 10 Monday
Mid-Autumn Festival September 17 Tuesday
Chinese National Day October 1 - 4 Tuesday - Friday
Christmas Day December 25 - 26 Wednesday - Thursday

 Please contact Embassy of Denmark in PRC if Danes are in problems there.
 China Tour from Copenhagen Denmark
 Related Chinese Embassies in Europe: Tallinn, EstoniaHelsinki, Finland 

- Last updated on Dec. 29, 2023 by Gabby Li -
Questions & Answers on Chinese Embassy in Denmark
Asked by Astrid Anna from DENMARK | Jul. 09, 2021 21:33Reply
List of some venous blood sampling and testing institutions for passengers bound for China
Dear Chinese Embassy.

Which test institutions in Denmark can do the PCR-test and IgM vein test required for passengers bound for China?

Is this the List of some venous blood sampling and testing institutions in Denmark that is aproved to do the tests for the HS/HDC QR code for flying to China?

Airport Doctor

PentaBase APS

University Hospital Rigshospitalet

University Hospital Odense

University Hospital Aarhus

Kind regards
Astrid Anna
Answers (1)
Answered by Andrew | Jul. 18, 2021 20:31

Yes, your list is correct.
Asked by Anna from DENMARK | May. 21, 2021 22:03Reply
Valid chinese Recidence Permit going and coming back to China this summer
Valid Chinese Stay Permit of May 2021
Dear Chinese embassy in Denmark.

We are in China now with a valid Recidence Permit (work/personal matters/family reunion)
We are danish citizens. 2 children under age 8.

What is the policy and procedure when we have a valid Residence Permit in China and want to leave China and come back from Denmark?
We are danish citizen, 2 children are inder age 8 years old, we have a valid family reunion residence permit, We need to go back to Denmark and come back this summer , Is it possible and how to do it? The tests Igm and PCR test to optain the green HDC health code and the valid Recidence Permit for China?

Thank you
Answers (1)
Answered by Christine | May. 25, 2021 01:55

Yes, foreigners holding Chinese resident permit for work/ private affairs/ family reunion are allowed to enter China since September 28, 2020.

To enter China, in addition to the above mentioned, you also need to show Exit/Entry Health Declaration Form of the People's Republic of China. See more details:
Asked by Anna from DENMARK | Mar. 14, 2021 22:38Reply
Chinese recidence permit - how to return from Denmark to China?
To China’s embassy in Denmark.

My family and I are currently in China and have not been out of China for 2 years. We are danish citicens with recidence and work visa Z in China. Can You please advice on what the procedure and requirements are for travelling back to China from Denmark at the moment? Do one need others than 14 days islolation quarantine in both sides, IgM blood-test, PCR -tests? Thank you
Answers (2)
Answered by Kathie | Mar. 22, 2021 00:00

Anna, if your residence permit was issued before Nov. 4, 2020, you will need to apply for a new visa to enter China. Of course, you will be required to take the IgM and PCR tests, and COVID Vaccine, and be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival in China.
Answered by Anna | Mar. 22, 2021 18:13

Hello Kathy. - Thank you for your most valuable help. The chinese recidence permit is issued in China after November 2020. So I should be able to travel to Denmark and return China where I live, with that visa done in China after November 2020 together with Quarantine, negative IgM and PCR-test?
Asked by Jeffrey HO from SINGAPORE | Feb. 12, 2020 20:42Reply
I am planning to fly out of China to Copenhagen for a series of meetings soon
The meetings are from 24th to 29th February and I would like to know if there are any restrictions upon my arrival in Copenhagen due to the current nCov situation in China? I am a Singapore Citizen residing in Southern China. Thank you,
Answers (1)
Answered by Charlie from UNITED KINGDOM | Feb. 17, 2020 19:07

I'm afraid you may be quarantined for two weeks after your arrival in Copenhagen. Please contact the Denmark embassy in China to confirm this before your departure.
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