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Fast Chinese Visas

Are you traveling to China soon? If you need a fast china visa you've come to the right place. ItsEasy is a global leader in visa services and China accounts for a very large percentage of all visas requested. We can obtain your visa very fast - sometimes in one day. Not everyone needs there visa that fast and we do offer other services, but if you need a China visa fast you can count on ItsEasy to assist you. Whether you need a Fast China Tourist Visa or a Fast China Business Visa, we can help you! We are here 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1-866-ITS-EASY (487-3279)

Fast China Visa Overview

Ordering your fast Chinese visa online is quick, simple and secure. The links below will provide you with a list of the requirements. After gathering the documents you will place an order online and be provided a FedEx air bill to send your documents in. Once we receive your documents we will process your Chinese visa as fast as you need it. Fast China Tourist Visa | Fast China Business Visa

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For further information, please see: China Business, China Urgent, China Tourist, China Fast, China Rush

ItsEasy maintains the visa requirements to all countries, including china. Use the widget above to see your particular requirements for visiting china based upon your citizenship and state of residence in the USA.

Sample Requirements For China

Below is a sample set of requirements for visiting China using a Tourist Visa Visa. These requirements are only a SAMPLE. To get the EXACT requirements for you to visit China, please go to our TripBuilder page and enter in your specific information that is your exact situation.

China Tourist Visa Requirements

Special Information About China Embassy/Consulate

NOTE: The Consulate of China in New York will now only be accepting NOTARIZED COPIES of proof of US status for ALL non-US citizens. That means applicants must submit a notarized copy of their Green Card, I-94, or I-20 with their applications.

Special Information About China Embassy/Consulate

Please see important China visa information below.
Most China visa applications must be submitted by appointment only. Current wait times for appointments are up to 2+ weeks minimum at all consulates. NOTE: Wait times for appointments are NOT factored into quoted processing times below.

Special Information About China Embassy/Consulate

The Republic of China is no longer replacing valid 10-year visas. Anyone with a current, valid 10-year visa to China cannot apply for a new visa until 90 days prior to the visa's expiration.

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1.1  Passport

Applicant must submit their current, signed passport. Visas are stamped into a passport, therefore the original passport is required.

1.2  Photo Requirement

Applicant must submit two (2) identical, color, passport style photographs. The photos must be recent and generally should not be the same used for the passport itself.

Please note the following photo requirements as provided by the Chinese Embassy:

The photo must meet the following criteria:
• Photo must have a plain white background
• Photo must be printed on photo paper
• Photo should not show the applicant wearing glasses
• Photo should not show the applicant wearing jewelry
• The applicant must have a neutral [removed]not smiling, posing, etc.)

1.3  Proof of Travel

Each applicant, including minors, must submit a confirmed flight itinerary in their name showing travel originating from and returning to the US, that includes entry and exit from mainland China. If an infant is traveling without their own seat, the itinerary must reflect that they will be traveling as a "lap baby", though the consulate may not require that they be specifically named on the itinerary in such instances.

Note, if traveling via private charter the charter's manifest should suffice.

1.4  Proof of Accommodations

All tourist visa applicants must submit proof of stay in China.

If applicant is staying in a hotel, they must submit a copy of a confirmed hotel reservation. The applicant's name MUST appear on hotel confirmations (even children). If an applicant's name is not listed on the hotel confirmation, they should contact their hotel or travel agent and have their name added and a new confirmation sent.

If an applicant is part of a tour, an invitation letter for a tourist group issued by a duly authorized tourism unit based in mainland China may be submitted. The invitation letter must bear the companies seal or stamp. Invitation letters from travel agencies not based in mainland China will NOT be accepted by the consulate.

If an applicant is staying with friends and/or family who are Chinese citizens, they must provide an invitation letter issued by the individual inviter, as well as a copy of the front and back of their Chinese ID Card. If an applicant is staying with friends/family who are not Chinese citizens, they must provide a scan the inviter's passport information page as well as their China residency permit. Invitation letter must include the following items:

(A) Personal information of applicant: name, gender, date of birth, etc.

(B) Information concerning applicant's visit: purpose of visit, date of arrival and departure, places to visit, relationship between the applicant and the inviter, and who will bear the cost of the applicant's accommodations in China.

(C) Information of inviter: name of the unit or individual, phone number, address, and if applicable, seal and signature of the legal representative.

Invitation letter can be submitted as a photocopy. However, original invitation and/or personal interview may be requested at visa officer's discretion.

1.5  Proof of Residency

Applicant must submit a legible, color copy of the front AND back of their driver's license or state issued ID. At this time, no other Proof of Residency will be accepted.

1.6  Travel to Turkey or Pakistan

If applicant has indicated on their application that they have visited, or has an entry or exit stamp from Turkey or Pakistan, in order to avoid potential delays applicant must provide a personal letter stating the exact dates, and purpose of travel to either or both of those countries.

In addition, they must complete and provide the below affidavit.

1.7  Previous Chinese Visa Applicants

For applicants who have previously held Chinese visas, the Embassy and consulate offices require submission of previous visas.

If the previous visa is in the current passport there is no action required.

If the visa was in an old passport, include the old passport. If applicant does not have the old passport, applicant must write a letter addressed to the Chinese Embassy explaining why they cannot provide the old visa(s) (such as previous passport lost, stolen, damaged, etc). Applicant must sign and date the letter. Even with this letter, application processing may experience delays.

1.8  Applicants Under 18yrs

Although applicant may be submitting documents along with other family members, when submitted to an embassy or consulate, applications are treated individually. If applicant is under 18 years old, please view the following link.

1.9  Former Chinese Nationals

If applicant is former Chinese or Taiwanese citizen, applicant must submit previous Chinese passport or proof of previously issued Chinese visa.

If applicant previously held Hong Kong citizenship, applicant must provide an original previous Chinese visa OR must report in person to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate office nearest them and provide documents which prove they have renounced their citizenship or request a travel document.

1.10  Travel History Form

Applicants must complete the China Travel History Form.

1.11  Where You Stay Form

Applicant must complete the Where You Stay form.

1.12  Visa Application

Applicant must complete the online visa application.

1.13  Job Description Form

Applicant must submit one fully completed job description form. Similar to the above, the document is a fill-able PDF and must be completed on a computer, printed and included with your application documents provided to ItsEasy. Failure to include this document will likely result in processing delays.

1.14  Special Notice

For US citizens, China will issue a visa valid for multiple entries up to 10 years by default if the applicants passport is valid for more than 1 year. In some cases, and/or if the applicants passport is valid for less than 1 year, the visa may be valid for a limited number of entries (single or double) and for a shorter period (three months, six months or one year). As with all visas, the actual visa issued is at the discretion of the Embassy/consulate.

1.15  Work in Media

The consulate of China in New York requires that any applicant who works in the media or for a media company (regardless of your actual job within the organization) to appear in person to submit their application for a visa. As such we cannot assist any applicants who work in the media industry in any capacity.

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