If you live within the Los Angeles Jurisdiction, see jurisdiction map, AND you have a valid 10 year China Visa issued prior to March 28, 2020. You must complete and sign the INFORMED CONSENT form. Los Angeles Jurisdiction: Arizona, Southern 10 counties of California, Hawaii, and New Mexico
Print, complete and sign the Where you Stay Form
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.
If you have had a China Visa previously, the Chinese Embassy and Consulates require copies of that visa. If applicable, please send in copy of this visa. Applications could be rejected without this
Children of Chinese, Hong Kong, or Taiwan descendants who were not born in China need to provide a photocopy of their previous China visa. If the most recent visa is in a previous passport, please supply a photocopy of that passport’s name page as well. If it’s the first time …
Copy of both sides of your current valid driver’s license or state ID
The Chinese Embassy and Consulates are now very strict with their Photo Requirements: Photo must have been taken in the last 6 months; be 2 inches by 2 inches in size; Must have white background. Must be facing forward in your photo. No glasses; No Jewelry; No white shirts; Mouth Closed Option1: …
The China Consulate requires a COPY of the information page of your passport to be included with your documentation.