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New Chinese Visa Rules for 2014

February 6th, 2014
China Visa Changes in 2014
If you're planning a trip to China, you should be aware that Chinese visa regulations have changed over the past year. Here's a summary of the changes, all of which became effective on September 1st, 2013: New Visa Types M Visa- Previously, business trips to China required an F visa.  Now, under the new Chinese visa rules, you would apply for an M visa for most business trips. Q Visa- The Q visa is a new category specifically for reuniting family members, which used to be covered by the L visa. There are two types of Q visas: the Q1 visa is for long-term stays of 180 days or more. The Q2 visa is for short-term stays. To be covered under a Q visa, the family members in question must be Chinese citizens or permanent residents. S Visa- The S Visa is for spouses, parents

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Travel Visa Service: 4 Countries Worth The Money

December 17th, 2013
Applying for a travel visa for one of the countries on this list? You'll probably want to seek professional help with the application process from an experienced group of experts. India Currently, India's visa system is complex and can be confusing, even if you're just going as a tourist. In fact, the US Department of State notes that "Indian visa regulations change frequently, often with little advance notice, and changes may be poorly advertised and inconsistently enforced." With 16 different types of Indian visas to choose from with varying requirements, and a sometimes nit-picky application process, it helps to have a professional visa expediter to guide you through the process and act as your advocate. China With an alphabet soup of different visa types, you need to make sure y

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Preparing for a Trip To China

October 24th, 2013
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="Some rights reserved by Dainis Matisons"][/caption] So you're planning a trip to China? Be prepared- you won't make it there if you overlook these three steps! Step 1- Passport, Please To travel to China, you need:  A US passport, valid for at least 6 months after you plan to travel. If you applying for a one year multiple entry visa, you need to have at least a year left on your passport. Enough blank visa pages in the back to accommodate all of the visas and stamps you'll receive on your journey. The appropriate Chinese visa. If you need a new passport or more pages, this must be taken care of before you apply for your Chinese visa. You can do it by yourself, but if you're on a deadline, an expediting company like Ru

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Chinese Visa Requirements to Visit the Temple of Heaven

June 5th, 2011
As if you needed another reason to get a Chinese visa, UNESCO has one more for you: This month's featured World Heritage Site is located in Beijing and dates back to the Ming Dynasty. For almost 500 years starting in 1420, Chinese emperors worshiped at the Temple of Heaven, a staggeringly beautiful complex of temples and altars built according to Taoist principles. Here, the emperors performed prayers and ceremonies to ensure bountiful harvests and favorable weather for growing crops. UNESCO calls it "a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design which simply and graphically illustrates a cosmogony of great importance for the evolution of one of the world’s great civilizations." The Temple of Heaven stopped being used as such in 1911, when the ceremonies were forbidden by the

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A Chinese Visa: Your Key to Enter the Forbidden City

April 17th, 2011
This week's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site was the home of the last two great Chinese dynasties: the Ming and the Qing. Once, the Forbidden City was the center of the Chinese empire. Nobody could enter or leave without the permission of the emperor, hence the name. The last emperor of China was kicked out of the palace in 1924, and the Forbidden City is now the Palace Museum, open to anyone who can pay the fees. Still, it continues to impress and delight visitors. Part of the Forbidden City's grandeur comes simply from its scale. It is the largest palace complex in the world, and took 15 years to build. When the trees were cut down for the main hall, records indicate that the massive trunks were too big for workers to move.  Instead, they had to wait for floods to wash them

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