1. Chinese Short-Term Visiting Visa (Q2 Visa)
Foreigners who intend to visit their relatives who are Chinese citizens residing in China or foreigners with permanent residence in China. The intended duration of stay in China is no more than 180 days.
2. Visa for Child born in the U. S. with Chinese Parent(s)
It refers to the child with one or both parents who are Chinese descent. Please click here for more detail.
You can apply as long as you meet one of the following items:
① The child has applied for and been issued a Chinese visa before;
② If when the child was born, both parents had foreign passports;
③ If a parent held a foreign passport at the time of child’s birth, the other parent held a Chinese passport and a foreign permanent residency (eg: green card);
④ If both parents held Chinese passports at the time of child’s birth, one of the parents had obtained the permanent residency (green card) of the foreign country.
If you do not meet these conditions, children will need to apply for a Chinese travel document. Please contact us for more detail.
3. China Tourist Visa (L Visa)
Foreigners who intend to go to China for tourism.
4. Chinese Business Visa (F/M Visa)
F Visa: Foreigners who intend to go to China for exchanges, visits, study tours and other non-business activities.
M Visa: Foreigners who intend to go to China for commercial and trade activities.
5. China Work Visa (Z/R Visa)
Foreigners who intend to work in China. R Visa is issued to High-level talents
6. Chinese Student Visa (X1/X2 Visa)
X1 Visa: Foreigners who intend to study in China for a period of more than 180 days.
X2 Visa: Foreigners who intend to study in China for a period of no more than 180 days.
7. China’s long-term visitor visa (Q1 visa)
The intended duration of stay in China is more than 180 days.
Who can apply for Q1 Visa?
① The applicant is a Chinese citizen or a family member of a foreigner with permanent residency status in China. Family members are: spouses, parents, children, spouses of children, siblings, grandparents, grandparents, grandchildren, parents of spouses, and persons applying for immigration due to foster care.
② Children who want to return to their home country.
The Q1 visa is only a single entry visa. Applicants must go to the relevant immigration authorities to apply for a residence permit within 30 days to stay in China for long-term residence and multiple entries later or leave China. This type of visa requires a lot of documents and does not apply to most applicants. We suggest that if you are only returning to China for a short period of time or visiting relatives and friends, applying for a Chinese tourist visa or a Chinese short-term visiting visa is the best option.
8. China’s Long-Term Visa for private matters (S1 Visa)
Foreigners who intend to go to China to visit the foreigners working or studying in China to whom they are spouses, parents, sons or daughters under the age of 18 or parents-in-law, or to those who intend to go to China for other private affairs. The intended duration of stay in China exceeds 120 days.
9. China’s Short-Term Visa for private matters (S2 Visa)
Foreigners who intend to visit their family members who are foreigners working or studying in China, or to those who intend to go to China for other private matters.The intended duration of stay in China is no more than 120 days.
10. China’s Crew visa (C Visa)
Issued to Crew member.
Other visas (D/G/J1/J2 Visa)
D visa: Issued to those who intend to reside in China permanently.
G visa: Issued to those who intend to transit throughChina.
J1/J2: Issued to Journalist or other media workers, which should refer to the requirements of the competent authority.