Alert: China Consulate to Accept Visa Applications Only from Within the US
If you are a US national (US passport holder), you were once able to apply for a China visa while you were traveling outside the United States. However, this has changed. The Chinese Consulate General has begun consistently rejecting applications that appear to indicate you have not reentered the United States.
In order to submit your China visa application successfully, you must leave China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau first, and then reenter the United States. Passport Visas Express.com can help you apply for your Chinese visa
. It’s important that your US passport shows the stamps of your exit from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau, and then your stamp of entry to the United States.
If you have left China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau, and are not in the United States, you may also apply for a China visa from that country’s China consulate. For example, if you flew from China to Japan, then you may apply for a China visa from China’s consulate in Japan.
Unfortunately, if your Chinese visa application was rejected, Passport Visas Express.com will not be able to resubmit your visa application. Your options would be to return to the United States and apply in person, or to apply at the Chinese Consulate at the country of your stay.
Have any questions? Need help with your visa application to China? Call us at 1-888-596-6028
or email us at CustomerSupport@passportvisasexpress.com
. We’ve had fifteen years’ of experience working with the Chinese embassy and can work with your schedule for regular or expedited service.
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