The Chinese Embassy and Service Centre will be closed for the Chinese New Year from 16th – 19th February 2018. We at Chinese Visa Direct will be open and able to receive your applications and answer queries but we will not be able to submit passports to the embassy.
Please allow extra time for your visas and legalisations at the Chinese Embassy – get your visa with us now!
Chinese Visa Direct
If you need help communicating with your Chinese Inviter in relation to your invitation letter, CVD will now correspond with them by email and phone in Chinese. The cost for this service is:
£10 if you obtain your chinese visa from CVD.
£30 if you do not obtain your chinese visa from CVD.
Call us or email us for more detail.
Take a look at this guidance received from the Chinese Embassy (click on it to enlarge). If your photo does not meet these requirements, your application may be rejected:
Dec 2016 photo requirements for Chinese Visas
We have just been informed that the price of Chinese visas is changing for all passports which are going to be submitted on Monday 11th January 2016 onwards. We are in the midst of updating our website now. However, please do call for prices if you have a UK, USA, Canadian, Polish, Serbian or Romanian passport.
We also understand that the rules for visas will be changing on the week beginning 11th January 2016. We will of course keep you informed of how any rule change will affect your application (if you have already sent us your application) and will update the website with all relevant changes as soon as possible.
More information will follow as it comes to us.
Chinese Visa Direct
10th January 2016
For any child under 18 going to China, the following documentation is now required:
- Both parents to sign the Chinese Visa application form
- Original birth certificate
- Original passports of both parents.
This is regardless of where the child was born.
To get your china visa, get click here.
And by this I don’t mean brand recognition or advertising. I mean in a legal sense. To do this, you need your company documents to be legalised at the Chinese Embassy – documents such as your company’s certificate of incorporation etc. Any official UK document is capable of being legalised. How do we do it? First we take your document to be apostilled – once the apostille has been applied (by the Foreign and Commonwealth office), we then take the document to the Chinese Embassy to be legalised. We then return it to you by Royal Mail Special Delivery, or courier (depending on your preference) or you can come to collect it. Then your document will be recognised by the authorities in China.
Of course, we can do this for other embassies too. We can also get all kinds of documents (whether personal, such as birth certificates, or official company documentation from Companies House) legalised at, for example, the UAE embassy – very useful if you are going off to work in Dubai.
Our service is perfect for you if:
you don’t have the time to go round the embassies / consulates yourself or if you are in a rush. Remember that we can access the Foreign Office’s same day service for apostilles if you need your documents in a hurry and most embassies have a fast service which can be used upon payment of a fee.
Also remember that for repeat business customers, we offer an account facility. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more info, click here to go to our webpage: http://www.chinesevisadirect.co.uk/legal.htm
If you want to make an enquiry about our services or need a quote, please drop us an email: email@example.com.