Updated 64 China Visa FAQs & Useful Tips

Notice on Latest Visa and Entry Policies for Foreigners Entering China - Updated on June 17, 2024:

1. Breaking News! a. China will be visa free to New Zealand Soon! b. 15 days visa free for citizens of France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Malaysia, Switzerland, Ireland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium, and Luxembourg has been extended until December 31, 2025.

2. Hong Kong High-speed Rail West Kowloon Station has been added to Guangdong Province 144-hour transit visa-free.

3. China - Georgia Mutual Exemption of Visa, starting from May 28, 2024.

4. 15 Days Visa Exemption Policy is newly available for Switzerland, Ireland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Read more »

5. Booking of flights and hotels, China itineraries and invitation letters are not required for application of Chinese Tourist Visa for U.S.nationals.

6. 15 Days Visa Exemption Policy is now available for other 6 countries including France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia. Read more »

7. Appointment is not required for visa application in many embassies and consulates.

8. Starting from 00:00 on November 1, 2023, individuals entering or exiting the country are exempt from filling out the "People's Republic of China Health Declaration Card for Entry/Exit."

9. Norway has become the 54th country whose passport holders can transit without visa up to 72/144 hours in China.

10. Starting from August 30, 2023, individuals traveling to China will no longer be required to undergo pre-entry COVID-19 nucleic acid or antigen testing.

11. U.S. citizens holding multi-year multiple-entry visas issued before March 28, 2020, whose visas temporarily lost entry functionality between March 28, 2020, and March 14, 2023, due to the pandemic, are eligible to apply for compensation. Those who choose to apply for compensation will receive a free 3-year multiple-entry visa. Those who choose to waive the compensation can apply for a new 10-year multiple-entry visa at the regular fee.

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The visa policy of China is quite confusing for foreign visitors, especially for first-time applicants, because it involves visa free and visa required situations, different visa types, entry, duration of time, visa fees and ways to apply.

Below are 64 common questions (8 main categories) we listed for you to understand the visa policy of China and help you to apply for China Visamore smoothly before traveling to China.

Who Need A China Visa

  • ① Do you need a visa to visit China?

    Usually most foreigners traveling to mainland China require a visa, except those who meet China Visa Free Policy, such as Singaporean, Bruneian and Japanese citizens (ordinary passport holders) enjoys visa-exempted visit to China for tourism, business and visiting family and friends for no longer than 15 days, transiting travelers applying 24-Hour, 72-Hour and 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit, etc.
    Useful Link: Do I Need A Visa for China?
  • ② Do I need a visa to go to China for a week?

    For a week-long trip, a China Visa is not needed, if you’re in one of the three situations: 1.) if you hold ordinary passport of Singapore, Brunei and Japan, you can visit China for 15 days at maximum; 2.) if you are citizen of Fiji, Tango, Grenada, and all 14 countries signed mutual visa exemption with China, you can get to and stay in China for 30 days to 90 days depending on your nationality; 3.) if you are citizens of appointed countries, you’re allowed to stay in Hainan Province for up to 30 days without visa. Otherwise, you shall apply and get a visa to enter China before arrival.
  • ③ Do I need a visa to visit China for 3 days?

    Like mentioned above, you should check to figure out if you are eligible for China’s Visa Free Policy. And then start a visa application if do need one.
  • ④ Do UK citizens need a visa for China?

    UK citizens having a layover in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, and other valid cities and meeting relevant requirements may get transit visa exemption for 24 hours, 72 hours (3 days) or 144 hours (6 days). Meanwhile, British trip to Sanya (Hainan) only can also get visa free entry, so does cruise tour groups to Shanghai. Others are required to get a visa for China prior to departure.
  • ⑤ Does Malaysian passport need visa to China?

    You don’t have to get a visa if you are granted a Temporary Entry Permit under China’s Transit Without Visa (TWOV) program, free entry to Hainan, qualified cruise group tour to Shanghai, or other visa free policy of China. Or else, you shall apply and obtain a valid visa for entry.
  • ⑥ Is visa required for Singaporean to China?

    Singaporeans are visa exempted if holding valid ordinary passport to China for tour, business and meeting family and friends within 15 days.
    Visit with diplomatic, service passport, and for other purposes like study, working or overstaying in China, needs applying a China Visa.
    Useful Link: How to Apply for China Visa in Singapore?
  • ⑦ Do you need a visa to go to Shanghai?

    Shanghai offers 24-Hour & 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit and 15-Day Visa-Free Shore Excursion Tour for foreign cruise tour groups.
    Singaporeans, Bruneians, Japanese don’t need a visa to Shanghai for travel, business, and certain purposes. Same to people from 14 mutual visa exempted countries.
    Regular visitors should get a full China Visa to go to Shanghai.
    Useful Links: Shanghai 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit | 15-Day Visa-Free Cruise Tour Groups to Shanghai
  • ⑧ Do I need a visa to visit the Great Wall of China?

    Great Walls have many different sections in China, stretching from Jiayuguan is Gansu in the west to east end Shanhaiguan in Hebei Province. The most famous and major parts are Mutianyu & Badaling Great Walls in Beijing, Jinshanling in Hebei Province and so on. Qualified transit passengers can visit Great Wall in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region under 144-Hour TWOV. Visitors from Singapore, Brunei and Japan are also free to visit the Great Walls during the 15-day trip in China without visa.
    Useful Links: Beijing 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit | Tianjin 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit | Most Popular China Great Wall Tours

About Hong Kong SAR Visa

  • Q1: Do I need visa to visit or transit in Hong Kong?

    Hong Kong SAR provide visa-free transit and entry permit to citizens of 170 foreign countries (including US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand..) from 7 days to 180 days, if the purpose of visit is for short-term transit or tour.
    While if you have the long term stay or the purpose of work, study, or taking up residence, then you must obtain a Hong Kong Visa before entry.
    Useful Link: Hong Kong Visa Free Policy
  • Q2: Can I enter Hong Kong with a China Visa?

    Hong Kong is a special administrative region from mainland China, which owns separate immigration policy. So, holding a China Visa is not applicable for entry to Hong Kong. You should check the Hong Kong Visa Rule to find out whether you can visit Hong Kong visa free or need to apply for a pre-arrival visa.
  • Q3: Do Indian Passport Holders require a visa for Hong Kong?

    Indian citizens can get to and stay in Hong Kong without visa for 14 days. But a online registration before arrival is required for Indians.
  • Q4: How Can I get Hong Kong Visa?

    Each applicant should prepare required documents (passport, completed visa application form, photos and other related materials) and submit to Chinese Embassy abroad, or directly to Hong Kong Immigration Department.
    Useful Link: How to Get a Visa to Hong Kong?
  • Q5: What are the documents required for Hong Kong visa?

    The visa application documents slightly differs from which type you will apply. For a Hong Kong Tourist Visa, you have to get these ready: original passport (with a validity of at least 6 months left), filled Visa Application Form (ID 1003A), 2 recently-taken photos, photocopy of your passport data page, travel related documents (including air ticket confirmation and hotel reservation...).
    Useful Link: Documents Required for Hong Kong Visa Application
  • Q6: How much is Hong Kong Visa fee?

    Where you submit makes the visa fees different. Take a Tourist Visa as example, application to Chinese Embassy abroad charges USD 30 visa free plus USD 25 visa correspondence fee to Hong Kong Immigration Department. You will only pay HKD 230 if send material directly to the local HK Immigration Department.
    Useful Link: How Much is A Hong Kong Visa?
  • Q7: How long does it take to get Hong Kong visa?

    The application normally takes about 4 working days. However, it would take at least 4 weeks long if it is transferred to local HK Immigration Department to be processed.
    Useful Link: Hong Kong Visa Processing Time

About Macau/Macao SAR Visa

  • ⑴ Do you need a visa to go to Macau?/ Who needs visa to Macau?

    Macau offers visa-free entry to citizens of 79 foreign countries, American, Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, Singapore are included.
    Useful Link: Macau Visa Free Countries List
  • ⑵ Can I enter Macau with Hong Kong Visa or China Visa?

    Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau (2 special administrative regions) all have own immigration policy to each other. Thus. holding a Hong Kong Visa or China Visa can NOT permits your visit to Macau.
    Useful Link: Visa Policy of Macau
  • ⑶ Does Indonesian need visa to Macau?

    Indonesians may obtain visa-free visit to Macau for a period of 30 days, if going to Macau for tour or certain business affairs. For visit of other purposes (study, work, conducting company, etc), longer stay than permitted duration, you should apply a Macau Visa beforehand.
    Useful Link: Macau Visa Free & Application Guide
  • ⑷ Do Thai need visa for Macau?

    Thais could get 30-day visa-free stay in Macau. You’re required to get a Macau Visa with intentions of overstaying, or visiting for other aims.
  • ⑸ Can you travel from Hong Kong to Macau without a visa?

    Unless your nationality is on the visa-free countries for Hong Kong and Macau both, otherwise, you have to follow each visa policy and get a visa to Macau.
  • ⑹ Do Indians need visa for Macau? Is Macau Visa on arrival for Indian?

    Indians enjoying 30-day visa-free entry to Macau will get entry permit at the border port upon arrival.
    If a visa is required for Indians for other circumstances, you can apply a Macau Visa on Arrival.
    Useful Link: How to Get Macau Visa on Arrival?

China Visa Application

  • ▷ How to apply for a China (Tourist/L) Visa?

    Read official application guide first --> prepare necessary documents (e.g. passport & completed visa application form, photos, and so on) --> make an online appointment (if needed) --> submit to Chinese embassy or Chinese consulate or the appointed Chinese Visa Application Service Center -- > pay visa fees --> pick up passport and visa back.

    Useful Links: How to Apply for China Visa | How to Get A China Tourist Visa
  • ▷ How do I get a visa for Beijing?

    If you want to apply for a regular visa for Beijing, the procedure goes the same as above. But, transit passengers may get 6-day layover tour in Beijing without visa.
  • ▷ Where do I get China Visa?

    According to different regulations, foreigners can apply China Visa directly to overseas Chinese Embassy or Consulate, or through authorized China Visa Application Service Center (CVASC). It depends on which country you submit application.
    For example: Americans submit to Chinese Embassy or Consulate, British, Canadians, Australians, Singaporeans submit to CVASC.
    Special visitors may get Visa on Arrival at entry ports. For VOA, you can check from official border inspection authority or contact us to confirm.
    Useful Links: Where to Apply for China Visa? - Chinese Embassy/Consulate or Visa Center
  • ▷ What documents are needed for China Visa application?

    Basic documents are the same for each type, and the supporting documents vary from the visa category.
    Basic documents include:
    1. Original passport with a validity of at least 6 months & 2 blank visa pages left; Make photocopies of the date page;
    2. Completed printed China Visa Application Form;
    3.2 recent 48mmX33mm colored photos;
    Supporting documents include: (for China Tourist Visa) travel related material - air tickets, hotel reservation, travel itinerary or invitation letter.

    Useful Links: Required Documents to Apply for China Visa | Download China Visa Application Form | Photo Size & Requirements
  • ▷ How long does it take to get a China visa?

    The application process generally takes three to five working days and if you are in hurry, you can choose express service or rush service with extra pay to shorten the time to 1-2 days. Certain applicants may get Same Day Visa approved in extreme urgency.
    Useful Link: China Visa Processing Time
  • ▷ How does a British citizen get a visa for China?

    British citizens should fill in digital application form and make appointment online, prepare required documents, and bring them all and submit to the CVASC at the appointed time. Pay visa fee after application accepted.
  • ▷ When should I apply for China Visa?

    Usually it is recommended to submit the application one month prior to your planned entry date of China.
  • ▷ Can I get a visa on arrival in China?

    Only certain visitors can apply China Visa on Arrival, like invited high-level talents, experts, intern students, or group tourists, or travelers to Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Xiamen, Hainan Special Economic Zones in mainland China.
    Normal visitors are not allowed to apply China Visa at border ports on arrival.
    Useful Link: How to Get China Visa on Arrival?
  • ▷ How much is a visa for China?

    China Visa Fee is charged differently by nationality, number of entry visa validity and service used. For US citizens, it is USD 140 for all visa types and entries (single/double/multiple). But extra fees incur if you choose expedited services (express service or rush service).
    Useful Link: Schedules of China Visa Fees
  • ▷ How much does China Visa cost in Nigeria?

    Nigerians should submit application to China Visa Application Service Center in Abuja or Lagos. So the total cost= visa fee + center service fee.
    For regular application:
    Single Entry: NGN 31,250=NGN 14,000+ NGN17,250
    Double Entry: NGN 38,250= NGN 21,000 + NGN 17,250
    Multiple Entry (for 6 Months): NGN 45,250= NGN 28,000+ NGN 17,250
    Multiple Entry (for 1 Year & above): NGN 59,250= NGN 28,000+ NGN 17,250
  • ▷ Can I get a China Visa online?

    There is no way China Visa simply obtained online. Only some citizens are allowed to complete application form online.
    You must fill in application form and make appointment online if applying in UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, any one of the 40 countries (regions) listed on China Visa Application Service Center.(Australians can submit to CVASC by post.)
    Useful Link: How to Apply for China Visa Online?
  • ▷ How Can I apply China Visa online?

    Log in www.visaforchina.org - locate your city/country- read application guide and tips - complete application form - make online appointment - print the form and appointment confirmation note - prepare documents required - visit the visa center and submit documents - pay visa fee and service fee - pick up passport and visa once finishing processed.
  • ▷ Can you get a visa in China?

    A valid visa is required unless you enjoy visa-free entry to some cities in China. After entering China with a valid visa, you can apply China Visa extension or apply for a new one at the Exit & Entry Administration of local Public Security Bureau.
  • ▷ Can I get a visa on arrival in Beijing?/Can I get a China Visa at Beijing Airport?

    Regular tourists either need a pre-arrival China Visa to visit Beijing or may apply Temporary Entry Permit after landing at Beijing Capital Airport once satisfy all TWOV requirements. If you are invited to Beijing as high-level talents, experts, you are eligible to get a visa on arrival at Beijing Airport.
  • ▷ How can I check my visa status?/ How to track my China Visa application status?

    You will get a pick-up form from Chinese Embassy/Consulate after submission. Normally, you will get informed by phone call or email, when your visa is approved and ready to be collected.
    If submit to the service center, you can use pick-up form number and phone number to track visa application status at any time.
  • ▷ Can I mail China Visa application?

    Only applicants in Australia are allowed to mail application materials to China Visa Application Service Center. (So, the postal application needs longer processing time than appling in other countries.)
    Others should apply for China Visa in person or by some else.
  • ▷ Can someone else pick up China Visa?

    Yes, as long as the person or agent get your approve. They can submit and collect China Visa for you. Better write a power of attorney, give he/she the pick-up slim and information needed for collection.
  • ▷ Why are China Visa so expensive?

    China Visa Application Fee is charged by nationality under the principle of reciprocity. If you submit to China Visa Application Service Center, extra service fees will be charged by the center.

Travel to China Without Visa (Transit Visa Free, Unilateral & Mutual Visa Exemption...)

  • - Can I enter China without a visa?

    Yes, you can visit China without visa if you are in one of the 15 China Visa Free Policy.
    Such as, Singaporeans, Bruneians and Japanese, transit passengers from 53 countries, special cruise visitors, APEC Business Travel Card holders, and so forth.
    Useful Link: China Visa Exemption Policy
  • - Which Country can travel to China without visa?

    China has bilateral visa exemption for citizens of Singapore, Brunei and Japan, mutual visa exemption with 14 countries, like Fiji, Tango.
    Nationals of 59 countries can travel to Hainan visa free.
    Transit passengers of 53 countries may get visa-free layover in China.
    Read Which Countries can Enter China Visa Free here!
    Useful Link: Countries Enjoying Visa-Free Entry to China
  • - Do I need a visa for China for less than 24 hours?

    Most cities in mainland China offers 24-Hour Visa-Free Transit for international transiting passengers. You don’t need a Transit Visa if holding valid travel document and ticket to onward country. Just apply a Temporary Entry Permit if you want to get out of the airport or cruise terminal or have a rest in hotel.
  • - Can I transit through China without a visa?/Do I need a Chinese visa to transit via China solely?

    China gives 24-Hour, 72-Hour and 144-Hour Transit Visa Exemption in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Hangzhou and else major tourist cities in mainland China.
    If you hold valid passport and ticket leaving for a third country or region, you can apply Visa-Free Transit, which saves you time and a great amount of money.
    Useful Link: Transit in China Without Visa
  • - Can I stay in China for 72 hours without a visa?

    Singaporeans, Bruneians and Japanese can stay in China for 15 days without visa if visit for tour, business or family visit. Qualified visitors can stay in Hainan for up to 30 days.
    Under the 72-Hour Transit Visa Exemption, transit travelers can get a visa-free stopover in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, or Shanghai (Yangzte River Delta Region), or Guangzhou (Guangdong Province), or other cities implemented the 72-Hour/144-Hour TWOV policy.

    Useful Link: 72-Hour Visa-Free Transit in China
  • - How do I get a 72 hour visa for China?

    The 72-Hour Visa actually refers to 72-Hour Transit Visa Free in China. Here are simple steps to get:
    Inform the air/cruise company your request to apply (when boarding) --> fill in blue-colored Arrival Card --> go to 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit Counter - -> fill in application form and submit --> get a Temporary Entry Permit stamped on passport --> go through immigration formalities and leave the airport/cruise terminal.

    Useful Link: How to Apply 72-Hour Transit Visa Exemption in China?
  • - Is transit visa required for Beijing?

    Except special passport and certificate holders, Beijing has 24-Hour & 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit Policies for visitors who come from 53 countries, hold leaving tickets to a third country/region. Namely, the transit travelers don’t need a transit visa to enter Beijing.
    Useful Link: Beijing 24-Hour & 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit
  • - How do I apply for a 144 hour visa?

    The 144-Hour Visa means Transit Visa Exemption for 144 hours. The application procedures goes the same as the 72-Hour TWOV mentioned above.
    Useful Link: How to Get 144-Hour Visa-Free Transit in China?
  • - Where can you go in China without a visa?

    If you hold passport of Singapore, Brunei and Japan, you can travel freely to most Chinese cities.
    If you enter China by apply Transit Without Visa, you are allowed to stay in permitted administrative areas only. Take 144-Hour TWOV as example, entry from Beijing, you can visit Beijing, Tianjin and any city in Hebei Province, entry from Shanghai, you can visit Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing and any cities in Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces.
    Useful Link: Visa-Free Travel to China
  • - How long can I stay in China without a visa?

    The exact duration of stay per entry is determined by which policy you used to enter China.
    Citizens of San Marino, Bosnia and Herzegovina, (mutual visa exemption countries) can stay in China without visa for up to 90 days.
    15 days for Singaporean, Bruneians and Japaneses.
    30 days in Hainan for nationals of 59 countries.
    144 hours (6 days) if qualified for 144-Hour Transit Visa Free.

Understand China Visa Information

  • ① What types of Chinese visa should I apply for?

    For ordinary people, there are over 16 types for you to choose according to your purpose to visit China: if you plan to visit China for sightseeing, the Tourist Visa (L) is suitable to apply for; if you go to China for commercial and trade, the Business Visa (M) is chosen to apply for. For more types of Chinese Visa, please check Chinese Visa Types to read more.
    Useful Link: China Visa Types: Tourist (L) Visa, Business (M) Visa,...
  • ② In what conditions should I need a double-entry Chinese visa?

    Traveling twice to mainland China, you should apply a visa of double or multiple entries, like the routes: Hong Kong - Guangzhou - Hong Kong - Beijing
    Just remember that Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan are regarded as the third regions.
    Useful Link: China Single/Double/Multiple Entry Visa
  • ③ Is my China Visa multiple entry?

    When you successfully get your China Visa on passport, the Number of Entry stamped with a ”M (多)” means your visa is a multiple-entry visa. It allows you enter China many times during the validity.
    Useful Link: How to Read A China Visa?
  • ④ Where to check the Chinese visa validity period, number of entries and duration of each stay?

    There are three numbers of entries: single-entry; double-entry and multiple-entry. Visa usually start to be valid from the issuance date, and most common validity is 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and a longer 1 year, 2 year, 5 or 10 years.
    After getting a China Visa, all important information are clearly stamped on the visa page, where you must check carefully. Visa validity begins from “Issue Date” to the “Enter Before”. For “Entries”, “01(壹)” refers to single entry, “02 (贰)” means double entries and “M (多)” represents multiple entries.

    Useful Link: How to Understand China Visa Validity, Entry, Duration of Stay...
  • ⑤ How long can you stay in China with a visa?

    The “Duration of Each Stay” is marked on the visa page with a fixed number of days. That is how many days you can stay in China per entry.
    Holders of China long-term visa (X1, J1...) shall apply a Residence Permit after entry, and they can stay accordance with the duration permitted on the Residence Permit.

Handle Special China Visa Cases

  • ☞ What happens if your visa expires in China?/ Can I stay in China after my visa expires?

    Always remember to check the China Visa validity.
    Better exit China before it expires. Illegal stay will be punished and cause serious trouble for future visiting to China.
    If you want to overstay, make sure get visa extended 7 days prior to expiration date.
  • ☞ How do I extend my Chinese visa?

    Foreigners who want to stay in China beyond the duration of their visa need to apply for an extension at the Exit and Entry Administration office of the municipal Public Security Bureau where you stay in. You should provide the materials of valid passport and visa and a completed visa extension application form at least 7 days prior to the visa expiry date.
    Note: (1) the length of the extension depends on the type of visa; (2) the Chance to get the extension in China is slim, so you should try to avoid that happens.
    Useful Link: China Visa Extension & Renewal
  • ☞ What to do if I lost passport with China Visa?

    Try your best to find it.
    Not found. So here is 4 major steps for you.
    Step 1: report the loss to local police station;
    Step 2: apply "Confirmation of Reporting the Loss of Passport" in the Exit & Entry Administration of local Public Security Bureau;
    Step 3: apply for a replacement passport or temporary passport for urgent use;
    Step 4: apply for a new China Visa from the Public Security Burea for continuous travel or returning home.
    Useful Link: What to Do When I Lost Passport & China Visa in China?

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I live near Cleveland, OH, Where do I go to obtain a Visa to China?
2019-06-19 09:48
Hi Cartha,
Thanks for your inquiry and trust on ChinaDiscovery. If you live in Ohio, you’re required to apply for Chinese Visa from Consulate General of China in New York. (visa office hours: 9:00am - 2:30pm Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. Website link: http://newyork.china-consulate.org/eng/lsfwss/.)
Wish you get Chinese Visa successfully and enjoy travel to China.

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