Chinese visa is a permit issued to a foreigner by the Chinese visa
authorities for entry into, exit from or transit through the
Chinese territory. The Chinese visa authorities may issue a
diplomatic, courtesy, service or ordinary visa to a foreigner
according to his identity, purpose of visit to China and passport
Blue Trust specialize in looking after the issues and complications of
business (M) and working visas (Z) as well as associated permits
for both expatriates and Chinese nationals. If you are a
businessman or a company with foreign workers, we are here to help
and ease the problems and reduce time in applying for visas and
Visas for foreigners
The ordinary visa consists of eight sub-categories, which are
marked with Chinese phonetic letters (D, Z, X, M, L, G, C, J-1 and
Visa D - For permanent residence in China.
Visa Z - Issued to those who come to work in China and to their
accompanying family members.
Visa X - For study who want to study in China, or practice as
interns for more than 6 months.
Visa M - To visit, teach, do business, or for cultural, scientific
or technological exchanges for less than 6 months.
Visa L - For travel, visiting friends and relatives or to deal with
some private matters. A group visa can be obtained if more than 9
people come together for travel.
Visa G - For stopover's in China.
Visa C - For crews of airplanes, trains and ships who are on
regular visits to China. Their accompanying family members are
issued with the same type of visa.
Visa J-1 - For foreign resident journalists in China
Visa J-2 - For foreign journalists who come to China to gather
Visas for Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Residents
- Taiwanese Residents
Taiwanese people are required to obtain an Exit/Entry Permit called
'Tai Bao Zheng' in order to enter into mainland China. The
application for a Tai Bao Zheng is processed in Hong Kong but can
also be processed through a travel agency in Taiwan. If applicants
are initiating from overseas, they may apply for this permit at
Chinese Consulates/Embassies or they may be required to apply for a
Travel Certificate depending how long they have lived outside of
Taiwan. The Tai Bao Zheng must be endorsed with a single entry visa
for entering into mainland China. After entry and the processing of
the work permit, the Tai Bao Zheng is endorsed with a residence
permit and multiple entry visa.
- Hong Kong Residents
Hong Kong residents are required to obtain a special Home Return
Certificate which allows entry without a prior visa. Work and
Resident Permits are required under certain circumstances and in
certain locations in China.
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