Chinese  Visa                        

         Tourism / Business

Chinese Visas in 3 working days / Appointments next working day!

 

We offer specialist support in getting visas to China for Business, Tourism or most other categories in fast and efficient manner.

We can offer our clients premium, next day appointments that are not available to the public.

The Chinese Consulate requires all visa applicants to submit fingerprints at the closest visa centre.

Express service takes 3 working days (if we submit on a Monday, passport will be out on a Wednesday afternoon), we need to receive documents a day before submission, return postage - extra working day unless collecting from our office.

Standard service takes 4 working days  (if we submit on a Monday, passport will be out on a Thursday), we need to receive documents a day before submission, return postage - extra working day unless collecting from our office.

Please note we are not Chinese Embassy  and you can make an application direct to them.  If we handle your application, we will charge you an additional fee in return for providing advice on the requirements, taking responsibility for ensuring that your documentation is appropriate and lodging application on your behalf.

Why to apply though us! 

1. Premium Earlier Appointments, usually next working day

2. No waiting in a queue

3. We will check your documents

5. Guide you throughout the process

6. Collect your passport 

7. We reply emails on same day!

LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF APPLIATIONS

Business visa ( M category )


​1. Original passport. With six months remaining on validity and at least two blank visa pages. If you are a dual national or multi-national, you are requested to provide all current valid passports in your possession. Additionally, you may be also required to provide your previous passport(s) in support of your application. 2. UK residence permit/BRP (if applicable). 3. Application form. Completed online and signed, click here. 4. One new photo. (4.8 cm high x 3.3 cm wide) with white background. It must be without any shadows, ornaments. Cleack here for a template. 4. Invitation letter. Of Duly Authorised Unit or a Confirmation letter of Invitation issued by an authorised unit in China which must contain full name and passport number of the invitee as well as the purpose and duration of the visit; OR A letter of invitation from a company in China which must contain applicant’s full name, passport number, passport issue and expiry date, gender, date of birth, purpose of visit, date of arriving and leaving China, place(s) of visit, relationship between the applicant and the inviter, financial support during stay in China. Confirmation of the inviter’s name, company name, address, contact number, company stamp and signature Letter must also state who is providing financial support during the stay in China. Click here for a template. EU Natlionals: You need to provide UK current account bank statements for the last 3 months and letter from employer confirming date of employment, job title and that you will return to work after trip to China. 5. Pre-paid Special Delivery envelope (to return your passport) or add £24 to the payment. 6. You can bring your documents in person to our office or post them to us. FEES: displayed fees are for UK nationals.




Tourist visa ( L category)


1. Original passport. With six months remaining on validity and at least two blank visa pages. If you are a dual national or multi-national, you are requested to provide all current valid passports in your possession. Additionally, you may be also required to provide your previous passport(s) in support of your application. 2. UK residence permit/BRP (if applicable). 3. Application form. Completed online, printed and signed, click here: 4. One new photo. (4.8 cm high x 3.3 cm wide) with white background. It must be without any shadows, ornaments. 5. Documents showing the itinerary. Including air ticket booking record (round trip) and proof of a hotel reservation, etc. or an Invitation Letter for Tourist issued by a relevant unit or individual in China together with photocopy of both front and back sides of Chinese ID (for Chinese citizens) or foreign passport and residence permit (for foreign citizens) provided by the inviter. The invitation letter should contain: Information about the applicant (incl. full name, gender, date of birth, etc.); Details of the planned visit (incl. arrival and departure dates, place(s) to be visited, accommodation arrangements, etc.); Information about the inviting party (incl. name of organization or person concerned, contact telephone number, address, ID number of the individual inviter, official stamp of the organization, signature of the legal representative or individual). 6. Pre-paid Special Delivery envelope (to return your passport) or add £24 to the payment. 7. You can bring your documents in person to our office or post them to us. EU Natlionals: You need to provide UK current account bank statements for the last 3 FEES: displayed fees are for UK nationals.





''Excellent service offered by them, and they have the earliest appointment time compare to other agencies..''

— Kean Zhou

Our London Office

Location

Multi Travel Visas
Tower 42
25 Old Broad Street 
City of London
London
EC2N 1HN

Underground


Liverpool Street, Bank

Hours

Monday -Friday
9:00 – 18:00

Contacts

Phone :
0871 472 1468
Calls cost £0.13 per minute plus your company’s access charge.

Mobile: 0779 5471 483

We reply quickly and always on same business day

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