China Embassy in Luxembourg
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Mr. Zeng Xianqi
Address: 2, Rue Van Der Meulen, Dommeldange, L-2152 Luxembourg
Office Hours of the consular department: 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (except holidays)
Regular Fee per Person
|Types||Luxembourg Citizens||American Citizens||Romanian Citizens||Citizens of Other Countries|
|Single-Entry with 3-month Validity||EUR 30||EUR 120||EUR 60||EUR 35|
|Double-Entry with 6-month Validity||EUR 45||EUR 120||EUR 60||EUR 50|
|Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity||EUR 60||EUR 120||EUR 120||EUR 70|
|Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity||EUR 90||EUR 120||EUR 120||EUR 100|
|Group Type||EUR 24||EUR 100||EUR 26||EUR 26|
Expedited Service Fee per Person
|2-3 working days processing||EUR 19|
Tips for Application
2. You need to make an appointment after having filled out the online application form.
3. You'd better apply 1-2 months before your planned date to enter China because the validity of a visa is usually 90 days.
4. The Duration of Each Stay is usually 30 days or 90 days at most.
5. The required documents for application:
a. The original passport with blank pages and at least 6-month validity.
b. Except for Luxembourg citizens, other residents in Luxembourg should provide the original Luxembourg Resident Permit and its copy.
c. One properly completed Application Form with one recent passport photo attached on it.
6. For Luxembourg Citizens holding Luxembourg Passport, they are exempt from Hong Kong Visa/Entry Permit if they enter Hong Kong for business or a short tour and stay in Hong Kong for no more than 90 days and Macao too.
Please contact Embassy of Luxembourg in China if this country's citizens are in distress there.
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Related China Embassies in Europe: Macedonia, Malta, Moldova
2. There is no need to make an appointment for application.
THIS IS WRONG --- > YOU NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AFTER HAVING FILLED OUT THE APPLICATION FORM!!!!!!!!!!!
I am a Luxembourgish citizen and I will travel to Thailand in few months with a 18 hour layover in Shanghai. It seems that I am eligible for both the 24 hours and the 72 hours Transit Without Visa, however there has been an increasing amount of reviews online from people saying that they have been turned down and were not allowed to exit the airport, despite being eligible for this type of visa exemption.
So my question is:
- is there a guarantee that I will be let out of the airport to enter Shanghai under the 24 or 72 hour Transit Without Visa framework?
- if no, is it not better to apply for a single entry visa that will guarantee me entry?
Thank you very much in advance for your reply,