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Any China visa issued prior to March 28th, 2020 is currently invalid for entry into China.
Applicants are required to obtain specific approval for their essential travel to China. Applicants will need to contact the entity or company they will be visiting in China to coordinate issuance of a specific visa approval letter/ invitation letter, called a PU letter. This will need to be issued by the Provincial Foreign Affairs Office in China and made out to the appropriate consulate or embassy.
Additionally, if you hold a valid residence permit stamp in your passport that was issued prior to March 28th 2020 and that expired after this date you can now apply for a new visa to re-enter China as long as you plan to resume your employment/residency there and have documentation supporting this. No PU letter will be required for this process.
Have your China visa application reviewed by a specialist
and bring the following documents to the appointment:
1. Information of the applicant (incl. full name, gender, date of birth, passport number, etc.);
2. Information regarding the planned visit (incl. purpose of visit, arrival and departure dates, place(s) to be visited, relationship between the applicant and the inviting party, accommodation arrangements, and details of any financial support to be provided during the stay in China);
1. Foreign citizens who are scheduled for direct flights from the United States to China should take COVID-19 nucleic acid tests within 3 days of boarding a plane. For instance, if a passenger is to board on October 10, the issuance date of the certificate should be between October 7 and 10.
The negative certificate needs to be emailed or submitted to the Chinese Embassy or Consulates General in the U.S. according to the consular jurisdiction that the testing facility belongs to (map, consular jurisdiction of the Consulate-General in Houston) once it is issued (no later than 24 hours before boarding in the U.S.), along with the scanned copy of the valid passport information page and the signed health declaration (see the attachment below the notice):
• Embassy in the United States (temporarily taken over the work of the Consulate-General in Houston): email@example.com
• Consulate General in New York: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Consulate General in San Francisco: email@example.com
• Consulate General in Los Angeles: Please click here to submit online
• Consulate General in Chicago: firstname.lastname@example.org
It usually takes one business day to process the health declaration. If the certificate submitted needs to be verified with the issuing agency, the processing time will be extended accordingly. After approval, the scanned copy of the health declaration will be emailed back to the passenger and needs to be printed out and carried throughout the journey. The health declaration is valid through the third day after the issuance date of the nucleic acid test certificate. Passengers are advised to travel before it expires and be prepared for checking by the airlines before boarding.
2. Foreign citizens who are to fly from the U.S. to China and transit in a third country or region shall follow the requirements stated in the notice on August 12. However, starting from September 15, the COVID-19 nucleic acid tests should be taken within THREE days before boarding in the transit country. For instance, if a passenger is to board on October 10, the issuance date of the negative certificate should be between October 7 and 10.
3. Foreign citizens who are to transit in the U.S. before flying to China shall present to the airlines a Health Declaration Form, which shall be verified by the Chinese Embassy or Consulates in the country of departure.
4. Foreign citizens are advised to confirm with an eligible institution or hospital on the issuing date of the negative report before scheduling a trip. The Chinese Embassy and Consulates General have not designated specific institutions to perform the nucleic acid test. Test result certificates issued by eligible medical or testing institutions are currently accepted. At present, only the COVID-19 nucleic acid RT-PCR Test negative report is accepted - antibody tests or serology tests аrе NОТ accepted.
• State that you will adhere to the laws in China.
• Explain the criminal activity.
Multiple entry (10 years) - $162.15
Multiple entry (10 years) - $228.7
• Please make sure that application forms are not printed on double-sided paper.
• Please do not send us your documents, just upload the copies to your profile
• Starting January 1-st, 2019 all Chinese consulates in Canada will require each visa applicant to be PERSONALLY PRESENT at the consulates for fingerprints submission.
• Please note that embassy appointments can only be booked two weeks in advance, and for set times.
Our services include proofing application forms and supporting documents review. We can also provide submission service for people over 70 and under 14, or for those who have already been fingerprinted in Canada between today's date and January 1st, 2019. Clients will still have to PAY the Embassy fee at the time of submission of the applications.
China tourist visa fees for citizens of Canada, residing in New Brunswick
|Type of visa||Validity|
Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country. Validity of visa starts from the date of issuance of visa.
| Processing |
Processing times start on the next business day following submission and serve as indications of processing times under normal circumstances only.
|Service fee||HST||Total cost|
|Multiple entry||up to 10 years (60 days stay)||4 business weeks||149.00||19.37||330.52|
|3 business days||279.00||36.27||543.97|
- Validity: up to 10 years
- Processing: 4 business weeks
- Total cost: 330.52 Cost calculationOur service: 149.00HST: 19.37 Total cost: 330.52
- Validity: up to 10 years
- Processing: 3 business days
- Total cost: 543.97 Cost calculationOur service: 279.00HST: 36.27 Total cost: 543.97