China Embassy in New Zealand
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Ms. Wu Xi
Address: 2-6 Glenmore Street, Kelburn, Wellington, New Zealand
Postal Address: P.O. Box 17-257, Karori, Wellington, New Zealand
Office Hours: 09:00-12:00, 13:30-16:30, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in New Zealand
Address: 4 Halswell Street, Thorndon, Wellington
Office Hours: 09:00-11:30 & 14:00-16:00 for Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 09:00-11:30 for Tuesday and Thursday
|Embassy of PRC in Wellington||Bay of Plenty, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Taranaki, Manawatu-Wanganui, Wellington|
|Consulate General of PRC in Auckland||Northland, Auckland, Waikato|
|Consulate General of PRC in Christchurch||Tasman, Nelson, Marlborough, West Coast, Canterbury, Otago, Southland|
Regular Fee per Person
|Types||New Zealand Citizens||U.S. Citizens||Canadian Citizens||Citizens of Other Countries|
|Single-Entry with 3-month Validity||NZ$ 140||NZ$ 200||NZ$ 110||NZ$ 90|
|Double-Entry with 6-month Validity||NZ$ 210||NZ$ 200||NZ$ 110||NZ$ 60|
|Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity||NZ$ 280||-||-||NZ$ 120|
|Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity||NZ$ 420||-||-||NZ$ 180|
Express & Rush Service Fee per Person
|Rush Service (1 working days processing)||NZD 60|
|Express Service (2-3 working days processing)||NZD 40|
Application by Post/Mail
|Fee per Package/Mail||NZD 15|
Major Visa Types & Requirements
|Tourist (L)||It is issued to those who comes for tourism. Group L is available for tourists who travel on a group basis.|
|Business (M)||M is issued to those who intend to go there for commercial and trade activities.|
|Noncommercial Visit (F)||F is issued to those who intend to go to China for exchanges, visits, study tours and other activities.|
|Employment/Work (Z)||It is issued to an alien who comes for a post or employment, or commercial performance.|
|Student (X)|| |
It is issued to foreigners who come to study in China.
|Family Reunion (Q)||It is issued to those who are family members of Chinese citizens or of foreigners with Chinese permanent residence and intend to go to China for family reunion, or to those who intend to go there for the purpose of foster care. |
Q1 grants a stay of more than 180 days, while Q2 allows a stay of no more than 180 days.
|Private visit (S)||it is issued to family members of foreigners with work Z and student X in China or visit for other private affairs.|
|Talent (R)||It is issued to aliens who are high-level talents or whose skills are urgently needed in China.|
|Transit (G)|| |
It is issued to a foreign citizen who is to transit through China on his or her way to a third country(or region).
|Hong Kong SAR & Macao SAR Visa||New Zealand citizens are exempt from Hong Kong Visa if they go to Hong Kong for visit or sightseeing and they stay at Hong Kong for not more than 90 days, and Macao for up to 30 days.|
Please contact Embassy of New Zealand in China if New Zealanders are in troubles there.
Other Chinese Embassies in Oceania: Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Embassy of China in Tonga
Recommended Tours: From Newzealand, From Wellington, From Auckland
I'm not sure what to do now. Can you please advise how I can overcome this problem?
I read that the International Beijing School in Shunyi,Beijing are able to employ substitute teachers only if the individuals have an S1 visa. They have widely advertised this (Glassdoor, their website etc.). Is this legal? Or, have you heard of international schools being allowed to do this?
In addition, do you know if an S visa can be changed to a Z visa while in Beijing?
I was advised with a S visa to change it to a X visa you have to leave China.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.