China Embassy in Fiji

 Visa Application Form of PRC

Ambassador: Mr. Qian Bo
Address: 183 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Nasese, Suva, Fiji
Switchboard: +679-3300215
Fax: +679-3300950
Email: chinaemb_fj@mfa.gov.cn 
Website: http://fj.chineseembassy.org/eng/
 

Consular Office

Tel: +679-3300215 (available between 08:30-12:00 on working days)
Fax: +679-3300950
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
Fax: +679-3303585
Political Office Tel: +679-3300215
Fax: +679-3314614
Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office Tel: +679-3300215
Fax: +679-3304564
Email: fj@mofcom.gov.cn
Administrative Office Tel: +679-3300215
Fax: +679-3300950

Chinese Visa

Travelers to China can stay for less than 30 days without a visa but they need to have an onward flight ticket to a third country or a return ticket in case of inspection. If one needs to go to China for study, working, settlement or media activities, visa is required no matter how long it will stay.

Regular Visa Fee (FJ$)

Type Citizen of Fiji Citizen of Other Countries Citizens of USA
Single Entry 30 60 280
Double Entry 50 90 280
Multipe Entries (6 months) 60 120 280
Multipe Entries (12 months) 90 180 280

Relations with China

Fiji established diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level with China on November 5, 1975. In the next year, China established embassy and accredit ambassador. From 1982, the Fijian ambassador to Japan also accredit to China. The bilateral relations get along swimmingly. 

Education

The education is more developed than other island countries in South Pacific. Every child in the country is entitled to free education at primary school. The enrolment rate for children of school age reaches 98 percent. Every year, the educational appropriations accounts for 15 percent of government budget. The major universities are the University of Fiji and the University of the South Pacific. The latter is managed by various countries in the South Pacific.

 Please contact Embassy of Fiji in China if Fijians are in problems there.

 Related Chinese Embassies in Oceania: Kiribati, MicronesiaNew 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.

- Last modified on Apr. 14, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on China Embassy in Fiji
Asked by Aubrey from FIJI | Jun. 09, 2019 22:17Reply
Visa Requirement for 2 weeks study trip
Hi there, i have been invited to do a 2 weeks Human Resources Training program at Jinan University.
Do i need a visa to undertake this study or can i use a tourism visa?
Also how long does it take to get a visa processed?
Answers (1)
Answered by Andy from USA | Jun. 10, 2019 23:42
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Hi, you can apply for X2 type to undertake this study. The process usually takes 4 working days.
Asked by racheal from FIJI | Jun. 03, 2019 21:38Reply
working visa need or not
Hi, I am a fiji citizen and i want to work in china .What should i do ?. Do i have to apply for the working visa
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Answered by Tracy from USA | Jun. 04, 2019 19:52
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Hi, you should get work permit first and then apply for work visa before working in China.
Asked by Lailai from KIRIBATI | May. 19, 2019 19:42Reply
Kindly request if Kiribati citizen required to apply for a visit to China if less than a week
I am going to attend the 'FIBA World Congress 2019' in Beijing just for less than a week. Do I require to apply for a visa or permit entry?
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Answered by Maris from USA | May. 21, 2019 19:28
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Hi, you need to apply for a visa. But there is no Chinese Embassy in your country, you need to apply in other countries. Have a try.
Answered by Lailai from KIRIBATI | May. 26, 2019 01:31
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Hi, it is written in your page that 'Travellers to China' can stay for less than 30 days without a visa but they need to have an onward flight ticket to a third country or a return ticket in case of inspection. If only one need to go to China for study, working, settlement or media activities, visa is required no matter how long it will stay. Can you please clarify that? Is this for Kiribati passport as a third country?
Answered by Lily from USA | May. 26, 2019 20:41
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People in some countries can an stay for less than 30 days without a visa but they need to have an onward flight ticket to a third country or a return ticket in case of inspection. But if you go to China for study, working, settlement or media activities, visa is required no matter how long it will stay. Plus, the third country means that the country before coming to China and the country leaving China are not one.
Answered by Lailai from KIRIBATI | May. 27, 2019 15:59
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So my question would I be alright (Kiribati passport) if to go to China for less than 30 days without a visa but just need a document (endorsement letter) from your office to have it with me while I attend the 'FIBA World Congress' in Beijing. Please advise. Thank you
Answered by Linda from USA | May. 27, 2019 18:50
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You can't go to China for less than 30 days without a visa.
Answered by Lailai from KIRIBATI | May. 28, 2019 17:10
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Hi thank you for your reply and may i ask can u provide a link that i can download my application for the visa please.

Look forward to hearing from you soon.
Answered by Linda from USA | May. 29, 2019 19:01
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Hi, this website doesn't allow putting the link, and you can download on the Chinese Embassy' official website in the country where you apply.
Asked by William from FIJI | May. 16, 2019 00:07Reply
I would like to travel to China for a student international conference for 5 days.
Location: Tongi University Shangai..how do I go about obtaining a student visa and how much? Who should I consult?
Thank you
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Answered by Troye from FIJI | May. 19, 2019 18:40
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Hi, you are advised to apply for tourist type as the student type requires admission letter. You should prepare your passport, application form and recent photo, round trip airlines tickets, hotel reservation and invitation letter from Tongqi University. The single entry type cost FJD30.
Answered by William from FIJI | May. 29, 2019 19:47
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ok. i will provide all these things and come to the Chinese embassy in Suva? or will the visa be issued upon arrival?
Answered by william from FIJI | May. 29, 2019 20:53
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Can i go for a rush service visa? how much will it cost for this tourist visa? Do i have o make an appointment to come to the embassy?
Answered by William from FIJI | May. 29, 2019 20:59
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i have a Fijian passport.
I thought this is exempted if travelling less than 30 days.

if i transit through Hong Kong or Seoul Korea, less than 24 hours, do i still need a visa?

please reply asap.
Answered by Joey from USA | May. 30, 2019 19:26
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Hi, you can use visa exemption if travelling less than 30 days, but you need to hold the return ticket when entering China.
Asked by Garry Wheeler from UNITED STATES | Apr. 10, 2019 18:40Reply
Rush Service. A follow up to my last question.
Are you saying that we can apply for rush service, but only pay cash to do so and cannot pay by credit card? How fast can a rush visa be processed?

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
Answers (2)
Answered by Frederica | Apr. 11, 2019 19:18
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Hi, I found this from the consulate general's official website: "Acceptable methods of payment are: credit card (Visa or Mastercard only), money order, cashier's check or company check.; Cash, personal check or online payment is NOT accepted. NO credit card other than a Visa or Mastercard is accepted."
Answered by Garry Wheeler from USA | Apr. 14, 2019 05:49
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Thank you Frederica! Have a great day.
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