China Embassy in Fiji
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Mr. Qian Bo
Address: 183 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Nasese, Suva, Fiji
Tel: +679-3300215 (available between 08:30-12:00 on working days)
Office Hours: 08:30 am to 11:30 am (Monday to Friday, except legal festivals and holidays)
|Sections of Chinese Embassy in Fiji|
|Consular Department||Tel: +679-3300215 |
|Political Office||Tel: +679-3300215 |
|Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office||Tel: +679-3300215 |
|Administrative Office||Tel: +679-3300215 |
Regular Visa Fee (FJ$)
|Type||Citizen of Fiji||Citizen of Other Countries||Citizens of USA|
|Multipe Entries (6 months)||60||120||280|
|Multipe Entries (12 months)||90||180||280|
Relations with China
Please contact Embassy of Fiji in China if Fijians are in problems there.
Related Chinese Embassies in Oceania: Kiribati, Micronesia, New Zealand
Selected Questions and Answers:
Asked by Mr. Ramesh
I am planning to transit through Hong Kong on my way to London. Do I need a transit visa?
Answered by Ms. Anne
Fiji passport holders are exempt from visa to Hk for 90 days, so you don't need any for your stopover at HK.
Asked by Mr. ratnesh
We are a business man trading as tabua civil & timber supplies we wish to travel in the PRC for business intent to do buying of civil products and portable timber sawmill we also got a invitation letter from a Chinese vortex co ltd who is hosting us in China. Please advice the procedures how to apply for visa and the steps what to follow
Answered by Ms.HELPER(Canada)
The company should apply for an original notification letter at the Foreign Affairs Office or Committee of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade, then send it to you. After you have the Invitation Letter from the company and the notification, you can take these documents along to go to the consular office of the Embassy for application, including your original passport, completed Application Form of PRC, hotel reservation and two-way flight tickets. If it’s inconvenient for you to submit the application in person, you may also entrust a travel agent on your behalf.
It is a two hour drive from where we are staying in Sigatoka to the consulate, so I am just trying to make sure that a rush visa is possible even if we need to pay cash for it before driving out there. Thanks so much. Garry