Print, complete and sign the Where you Stay Form
If you have ever served in any military organization, be prepared to submit further documentation upon request of the Chinese Consulate
Clear scan (preferably color), of your inviter’s Chinese ID (equivalent to a State I.D. in the USA). If your inviter is not Chinese, we will need a copy of their passport and Chinese visa. Note: your inviter is only eligible to invite you to China if they have work visa …
Signed Letter of Invitation from your Inviter in China. Please use the Sample Letter of Invitation as a guide. If someone is visiting a Chinese citizen (Q2 Visa), their letter of invitation must state what their relationship is to applicant, whether that be friend, in-law, brother, etc.
Copy of flight reservation or plane ticket. Reservation should have travelers name and exact details of flights listed. When you book a flight, you are typically emailed a flight confirmation; travel agents can provide this as well.
Copy of your hotel reservation. Hotel reservation should have the traveler’s name on it When you book a hotel, you are typically emailed a receipt with a summary of details regarding your stay, please send this.
Official invitation letter from Duly Authorized Unit issued by an authorized Chinese Agency. This letter/invite must have an official stamp at the bottom (called chops). See what an invite from a Duly Authorized Unit looks like.
Original Foreign Experts Work Permit issued by China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (for teachers), or Original Alien Employment License. This is requested on “as needed” basis by the China Consulate Additional Materials Required for Accompanying Family MembersVisa notification issued by the authorized Chinese unit or proof of kinship, e.g. COPY of marriage …
Original and quality photocopy of your admissions notice from China. The Admission Notice should have an official stamp on it. Click here for Sample Admission Notice.