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How to Apply for a Chinese Business Visa

January 25th, 2014
If a business trip to China is on your calendar, getting a Chinese visa should be your top priority. Here's what you need to know before you apply. As of September 2013, most business travelers to China will need to apply for an "M" visa. (This is a change from previous years, as business trips used to be covered under an "F" visa.) However, you may need to apply for a different category depending on the type of work you do and the details of your trip, so do consult with the appropriate Chinese consulate or with a visa specialist. For an M visa, you will need the following documents: Your passport. The expiration date must be at least six months away, and you depending on which consulate you're applying at, you'll need one to two blank visa pages in the back. A photocopy of th

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The ABC’s of Chinese Visas

September 10th, 2009
If you're planning a trip to China, it's absolutely essential that you have the right type of visa. China is very strict about their visa policy. They do not issue visas on arrival, and according to the US State Department, if you try to enter China without the right type of visa, you'll be "subject to a fine and immediate deportation" at your own expense. Sounds unpleasant, doesn't it? So, what type of Chinese visas are available, and how do you know which one to apply for? In China, each type of travel visa is identified by a letter. The type of Chinese  visa you need depends on the purpose of your trip.  Here's a breakdown: Chinese work visas: If you are coming to China to work, you will need one of the following visas: C Visa: Issued to crewmembers to perform duties on

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