Tourist Visa (L Visa) is issued to an alien who comes to China for sightseeing or visiting family members or friends or for other personal affairs.
Chinese Q1 visa is issued to relatives of Chinese citizens applying to enter and reside in China for purposes of family reunion, and to those who apply for family reunion of foreigners with Permanent Residency in China, as well as to persons applying to enter and reside in China for foster care, adoption and other reasons;
China Q2 visa is issued to relatives of Chinese citizens or foreigners with permanent residence in China for a short period of stay (less than 6 months).
Business Visa (F Visa) is issued to an alien who is invited to China for a visit, an investigation, a lecture, to do business, scientific-technological and culture exchanges, short-term advanced studies or internship for a period of no more than six months.
Student Visa (X Visa) is issued to an alien who comes to China for study, advanced studies or intern practice for a period of more than six months.
Employment Visa (Z Visa) is issued to an alien who comes to China for a post or employment, and his/her accompanying family members.
J-1 Visa is issued to foreign resident correspondents and their accompanying dependents. Applicants need to get the approval from related Chinese news authorities before submitting their visa application.
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1. Is an appointment required for a visa application? Can I entrust someone else to apply for me?
No appointment is required. You may entrust someone else or a travel/visa agent (e.g Sunshine Travel) to come to the visa office for application process, but mail visa applications are not acceptable.
2. Can I provide the embassy or consulate with a photocopy of my passport for visa application?
No. You must provide your actual passport.
3. My child is traveling to China with me. He cannot sign his name on his application; can I sign it on his/her behalf?
Yes. The parents/guardian are allowed to sign the application form instead of the child.
4. I’m going to China on June 1, and my visa will expire on June 10. Can I still stay in China for 30 days?
Yes. Usually, a Chinese visa is good for 90 days from the date of issuance, you can enter China any day Within the 90 days (please note the time difference between China and the U.S.); Duration of stay of a visa is usually 30 days (It is written in the visa label), you can stay in China for 30 days from the date of your entrance.
5. Do I have to see a doctor to have the ” Physical examination record for foreigner” filled out?
This form is strictly for those who will study in China over 1 year. If you are to stay in China for less than one year, you don’t have to see a doctor to fill it out.
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