CHINA

CHINA, Embassy of The People’s Republic Of.

 

Address :             The World Center, 330 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave., Makati City

Tel. Nos. :            848-2396, 848-2395 (Inquiry); 8482409 (for the other consular affairs)

Fax :                       848-2386; 8482460 (for the other consular affairs)

Website :             http://ph.chineseembassy.org

Email :                   visasection_ph [at] sina [dot] com

Office days :       Monday to Friday

Office hours :     9:00 am - 11:30 am

Name of Ambassador:    H.E. LIU JIANGCHAO

                                              Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

 

GUIDELINES FOR CHINESE VISA

 

  1. 1.       Brief Introduction to Chinese Visa

 

A Chinese visa is a permit issued by the Chinese visa authorities to an alien for entry into, exit from or transit through the China’s territory in accordance with Chinese Laws. The Chinese visa authorities shall have the power to issue visas, to refuse visa applications, or to revoke visas.

 

China’s diplomatic missions, consular offices and other resident agencies abroad authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall be the Chinese Government’s agencies abroad to handle alien’s applications for Chinese visas. They also handled overseas applications for visa or entry permit to Hong Kong (SAR).  Please refer to GUIDELINES FOR HONG KONMG SAR VISA/ENTRY PERMIT.

 

        Different categories of visa, such as diplomatic visa, courtesy visa, service visa, and ordinary visa shall be issued to different aliens in accordance with the different capacities in which they visit China and also with the alien’s reasons for coming to China, the ordinary visas to be issued shall be marked with the following Chinese phonetic letter: C, D, F, G, J-1, J-2, L, X and Z.

 

        Introductions to Tourist/family Visit Visa (L), Business Visa (F), Employment Visa (Z), Student Visa (X/F), and Transit Visa (G) continue as follows. For information of other visas, please contact China’s diplomatic missions, consular offices and other resident agencies abroad authorized by the Ministry Foreign affairs of the People’s Republic of China.

 

TOURIST/FAMILY VISIT VISA (L)

                L Visa is issued to a person who comes to China for sightseeing, visiting relatives, or private matters. Documents to be included with application:

  1. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  2. A truly and completely filled application form affixed with one passport-sized photo.
  3. Round-trip air ticket.
  4. Hotel reservation. Or proof of relationship in case of visiting relatives in China.
  5. Previously used China visa in old passport (Only visa stickers will be accepted. Those with stamped visas must submit additional documents for first time China applicants. Please refer to the list below.)
  6. For first time applicants to China (Philippine passport holders, 18 years old and above), they are required to provide the following:
    1. Original NBI clearance valid for travel abroad
    2. Original Bank Certificate with receipt or original passbook, updated within the month that you are applying or

-          If a company will sponsor the trip, provide the company’s bank certificate, sponsorship letter from the company and the company’s business registration.

-          If an individual will sponsor the trip, provide his bank certificate, sponsorship and invitation letter, copy of sponsor’s valid residence visa and passport information page or Chinese national ID.

  1. For employed persons, also provide an employment certificate; company ID, SSS ID and contributions, TIN ID and latest ITR
  2. For students, provide school ID
  3. For businessman, provide business registration of company, TIN ID and latest ITR.
  4. Personal appearance is required for those who are 16-21 years old.
  5. The emergency contact information page in the applicant’s passport should be filled out and photocopied.
  6. Other documents required by the visa officers if necessary.

 

BUSINESS VISA (F)

F Visa is issued to a person who is invited to come to China for a visit, investigations, giving lectures, doing business, carrying out scientific, technical and cultural exchanges, pursuing short-term advanced studies or doing short term cultural fieldwork, for a period of less than 6 moths. Documents to be included with application:

 

  1. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  2. A truly and completely filled application form affixed with one passport-sized photo.
  3. A Visa Notification Form issued by Chinese authorized unit.
  4. Round-trip air ticket.
  5. Hotel reservation. Or proof of relationship in case of visiting relatives in China.
  6. Previously used China visa in old passport (Only visa stickers will be accepted. Those with stamped visas must submit additional documents for first time China applicants. Please refer to the list below.)
  7. For first time applicants to China (Philippine passport holders, 18 years old and above), they are required to provide the following:
    1. Original NBI clearance valid for travel abroad
    2. Employment certificate; company ID, SSS ID and contributions, TIN ID and latest ITR
    3. The emergency contact information page in the applicant’s passport should be filled out and photocopied.
    4. Other documents required by the visa officers if necessary.

 

EMPLOYMENT VISA (Z)

                Z Visa is issued to a person who comes to China for a post or employment and to the persons accompanying family members. It is also issued to a person who comes to china for commercial entertainment performance. Documents to be included with the application.

 

  1. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  2. A truly and completely filled application form affixed with one passport-sized photo.
  3. A Visa Notification Form issued by Chinese authorized unit.
  4. Working permits, such as: Working Permit issued to foreign experts by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, Alien Employment, License  of the People’s Republic of China issued by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, Letter of Invitation for Foreigners engaged in Offshore Petroleum Operations in the People’s Republic of China, etc.
  5. For the accompanying family member, they need not to provide a Visa Notification Form or a Working Permit; instead they are required to provide Proof of Relative Relationship, e.g. Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate, etc.
  6. The applicant who will stay in China for more than 6 months shall provide a Physical Examination Certificate for Foreign Citizen (Forms and the lists of designated hospital are available at the visa counter).
  7. For those engaged in offshore petroleum operations also provide a guarantee letter from your shipping company.
  8. All Philippine passport holders who will go to China for the first time must submit an original NBI Clearance valid for travel abroad.
  9. The emergency contact information page in the applicant’s passport should be filled out and photocopied.

 

The holder of Z Visa shall go through residential formalities in the local public security department within thirty days into China.

 

DEPENDENT VISA

Requirements for accompanying family members applying for dependents visa:

 

  1. Accompanying family members must be an immediate relative of the person working in China (i.e. child or spouse)
  2. Proof of Relationship – original NSO birth certificate or marriage contract.
  3. An original visa Notification issued by the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  4. Copy of relative’s valid residence visa, working visa, working card and passport information page.
  5. All Philippine passport holders (18 years old and above), who will go to China for the first time must submit an original NBI Clearance valid for travel abroad.
  6. Applicants who are 7 years old and above shall provide a Physical Examination Certificate for Foreign Citizen (physical exam forms, guidelines and list of accredited hospitals are available at the visa counter.)
  7. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  8. A truly a completely filled up application form affixed with one passports-size or 2x2 colored photos, with white background, full-face front view, and no hat. Photos must be glued on the application form. Stapled pictures will not be accepted. Scanned photos will also not be accepted.

 

U.S. passport holders must submit two application forms with two photos.

 

  1. The emergency contact information page in the applicant’s passport should be filled out and photocopied.
  2. Other documents required by the visa officers if necessary.

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENT VISA (X/F)

                STUDENT Visa is distinguished into X Visa and F Visa. X Visa is issued to a person who comes to China to study, engage in advance studies, or do fieldwork, for  period of more than 6 months. F Visa is issued to a person who comes to China with same purpose but for a period of less than 6 months. Documents to be included with application:

 

  1. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  2. A truly and completely filled application form affixed with one passport-sized photo.
  3. An admission  notice from the China school is required
  4. X Visa applicant shall also provide an approved Foreign Student Visa Application Form (JW101 or JW202) issued by the Chinese authorized unit.
  5. The applicant who will study in China for more than 6 months shall also provide a Physical Examination Certificate for Foreign Citizen (Forms and the list of designated hospital are available at the visa counter)
  6. F Visa applicant (will study for less than 6 months) must provide an original Visa Notification issued by the Chinese government or organizations authorized by the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  7. All Philippine passport holders who will go to China for the first time must submit an original NBI Clearance valid for travel abroad.
  8. The emergency contact information page in the applicant’s passport should be filled out and photocopied.
  9. Other documents required by the visa officers if necessary.

 

The holder of X Visa shall go through residential formalities in the local public security department within thirty days into China.

 

TRANSIT VISA (G)

                G Visa is issued to a transit traveler. It is also issued to Filipino Seaman who comes to China to onboard vessel.

 

Documents to be included with application:

  1. Applicant’s passport with blank pages and at least 6 months validity left before expiration.
  2. A truly a completely filled up application form affixed with one passports-size or 2x2 colored photos, with white background, full-face front view, and no hat. Photos must be glued on the application form. Stapled pictures will not be accepted. Scanned photos will also not be accepted.
  3. A valid visa to final destination country/region and an onward air ticket. For Filipino Seaman, a guarantee letter from employer shipping company or a Visa Notification Form issued  by Chinese authorized unit.

 

Aliens may be exempted from going through the procedures for obtaining a transit visa if they hold an onward ticket and have booked seats on international airliners flying directly through China, and will stay in a transit city or less than 24 hours without leaving the airport.

 

Requirements for Multiple-Entries Visa

                Qualified Filipino and foreign citizen who is currently residing or working in the Philippines may apply for F Visa or L Visa with multiple entries privilege valid for 6 months, 12 months or 24 months. Documents to be included with application:

  1. Regular required documents for F/L Visa.
  2. All multiple entry visa applications are subject for approval by the visa officers.
  3. Evidence of frequent travel to China.
  4. The applicants who apply for multiple-entries visa valid for 24 months shall also fill up a Supplementary Form provided by the Consular Office.

 

NOTE:

-          The type of visas, number of entries and duration of each stay will be decided by the consuls.

-          Requirements and procedures are subject to change without prior notice.

 

How to Apply, Visa Fee & Processing Time:

  1. You may come to the Consular office of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the Philippines to submit the application; or you may send someone else or a travel agent to act on your behalf if you cannot come personally. Mailed applications are not acceptable and will be refused.
  2. Visa Fee: (peso/per)
Time of Entries

Single Entry

Double Entries

6 months-Multiple Entries

12 months-Multiple Entries

Philippines Passport

1400

2100

2800

4200

U.S.A. passport

6500

6500

6500

6500

Foreign passport

1700

2550

3400

5100

 

  1. The regular processing time is 4 working days. Or express service, additional fees of 1700 peso/per for next-working-day releasing, or 1100 peso/per for third-working-day releasing will be charged.

 

Rules on Visa Issued at Entry Ports

                For entry into China, aliens shall apply for visas from Chinese diplomatic missions, consular post or other resident agencies abroad authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Rules on Visa Issued at Entry Ports are not applicable to the nationals of United States.

 

Aliens who hold ordinary passports issued by countries which have diplomatic relations or official trade links with China as well as letter(s) or telegram(s) from authorized units in China, may, under any of the following circumstances where they must necessarily rush to China but have no time for visa application to the aforesaid agencies, apply to the visa-granting departments at entry ports such as authorized by the Ministry of Public security:

 

(1)    They are invited at the last moment by a Chinese host to come to China for a trade fair;

(2)    They are invited to come to China to submit a tender or sign a formal economic or trade contract;

(3)    They come to China by appointment to supervise the inspection of import and export    commodities or to participate in a check and accept operation in accordance with contracts;

(4)    They are invited to participate in the installation of equipment or in the emergency repair of   engineering projects;

(5)    They come to China at the request of the Chinese side to solve a problem of claims;

(6)    They are invited to come to provide technical advisory services;

(7)    They come to China due to a last-minute change in the composition of a visiting group and with consent of the Chinese side after the visas are granted;

(8)    They come to China to see patients in critical conditions, or to undertake funeral matters;

(9)    Owing to force majeure, transit visas holders cannot leave the country within 24 hours by taking the original plane or by taking other means of transport;

(10)Other invited guests who really have no time for visa application to the aforesaid Chinese diplomatic missions or consular posts, and who hold letter(s) or telegram(s) from competent authorities who  give the consent for the invited guests to apply for the visa at the designated entry ports.

   

The Visa-granting agencies at entry ports shall not accept and handled visa applications filled out by people who do not come under the aforesaid circumstances.

 

Some accredited International Travel Agencies Incorporated under Chinese laws may apply for group-tour visa at entry port with Visa Notification Form issued by provincial office of foreign affairs.     

 

Visa-issuing departments at port of entry are stationed at the following ports: Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Dalian, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Xi’an, Guilin, Hangzhou, Kunming, Guangzhou (BaiyunAirport), Shenzhen (Luohu & Shekou), Zhuhai (Gongbei), Haikou, Sanya, Jinan, Qingdao, Yantai, Weihai, Chengdu, Nanjing, Changchum, Huichun, Hekou, Mohan.

 

Rules on Visa Exemption

 

  1. According to an agreement between China and the Philippines, nationals of China and the Philippines, who are holders of valid diplomatic or service(official )passports, shall be exempted from visa requirement for entry into. Exit from, or transit through the territory of the Other Contracting state for a period not exceeding 30 (thirty) days.
  2. No visa is required for ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei, and Japan to visit China for up to 15 days for sightseeing, doing business, visiting relatives and friends or transit.
  3. Aliens maybe exempt from going through the procedures for obtaining a transit visa if they hold a through ticket and have booked seats in international airliners flying directly through China, and will stay in transit city for less than 24 hour without leaving the airport.
  4. Visas are not required of citizens of the following countries, who transit through Pudong Airport or Hongqiao Airport of Shanghai, provided they hold a valid passports, visas for the onward countries, final destination tickets and have booked seats, and stay in Shanghai for less than 48 hours: Republic of Korea, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Austria, Greece.
  5. Visas are not required of citizens of the following countries, who join group tour to Hainan province, provided they hold valid ordinary passports and stay in Hainan not exceeding 15 days : Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, the republic of Korea, Indonesia, Germany, Great Britain, France Austria, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Netherlands, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

 

For more information about Chinese Visa, please call the Consular office of the People’s Republic of China at 63-2-8482395 or visit our website http://ph.chineseembassy.org.

 

 

 

 

GUIDELINES FOR VISA/ENTRY PERMIT OF HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

 

I. Applicants entitled to visa exemption

 

     1. Philippine nationals who desire to go to Hong Kong Special

         Administrative Region of China (HK) for transit, tourism or business

         with a stay of no more than 14 days.

     2. Nationals of other countries/regions entitled to visa exemption,

         who desire to go to HK for transit, tourism or business with a stay

         not exceeding the regulated visa-free period. For details, please

         refer to www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm.

 

II. Applicants who need to apply for HK visa

  

  1. Philippine nationals who desire to go to HK for transit, tourism or

         business with a stay exceeding 14 days.

     2. Nationals of other countries/regions entitled to visa exemption,

         who desire to go to HK for transit, tourism or business with a stay

         exceeding the regulated visa-free period.

     3. Nationals of the countries/regions that are not entitled to visa

         exemption, who desire to go to HK for any purposes. For details,

         please refer to www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm.

     4. Applicants who desire to go to and reside in HK as officials of

         consulates or international organizations.

     5. All ‘stateless’ travel document holders.

     6. All applicants who desire to go to HK for residence, study, work,

         training, investment or family-reunion.

 

III. Basic document requirements for HK visa

     1. Passport/travel document with blank pages and a validity of at least 6 months.

     2. One completed application form affixed with one passport-sized photo.

     3. Philippine nationals who desire to stay in HK for more than 14

         days, shall present an invitation letter in which the sponsor agrees

         to provide financial support and accommodation, and one copy of

         the sponsor’s HK ID.

 

IV. Additional document requirements for HK visa

Visa applications for residence, education, training, employment and

dependant purposes shall be forwarded to HK Immigration Department

for assessment. For this purpose, additional documents are required

correspondently as follows.

    

1. Residence Visa is issued to the applicants who desire to go to HK

         to reunite and live with their HK lineal relatives, or to the emigrated

         HK residents who desire to return to live in HK.

         (1) To reunite and live with the HK lineal relatives, applicants are

              required to present the following additional documents:

              a. One copy of sponsor’s HK ID and sponsor’s telephone number;

              b. Proofs of relationship between the applicant and the

              sponsor, e.g. marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc.

         (2) To return to live in HK as an emigrated HK resident, applicants

              are required to present the following additional documents:

              a. One copy of sponsor’s HK ID and sponsor’s telephone number;

              b. One copy of the applicant’s previous HK ID or Travel Document;

              c. Documents that can prove applicant’s previous residence in HK,

                  e.g. school certificate, bankbook, tax invoice, employment certificate, etc.

  

  2. Student Visa is issued to applicants who desire to go to HK for

         education purpose.

         (1) To study in primary schools, high schools and universities,

              applicants are required to present the following additional

              documents:

              a. Information of the HK school, including name, address and telephone number;

              b. Enrollment Notice issued by the school;

              c. Proofs of the applicant’s education background, e.g. diploma;

              d. If the applicant is under the age of 18, one of the

                  applicant’s parents should authorize the sponsor or his

                  relative/friend to be the guardian of the applicant. A

                  consent letter duly signed by both the guardian and one

                  of the applicant’s parents and the guardian should be produced;

              e. Certificates of financial support, including evidence of

                  the sponsor’s financial standing, e.g. bank statements,

                  saving account passbook, tax receipts and employment

                  certificates; an undertaking that the sponsor is prepared

                  to arrange accommodation for the applicant or the

                  applicant will be staying with him; or evidence that a

                  place has been provided in recognized boarding school;

         (2) To attend in an advanced study, applicants are required to

              present the following additional documents:

              a. Enrollment Notice issued by the HK school;

              b. Certificates of financial standing and accommodation

                  arrangement in HK;

              c. Certificate of study period.

   

 3. Training Visa is issued to applicants who desire to go to HK to

         receive professional training or other training courses. The following

         additional documents are required:

         a. One copy of the sponsor’s HK ID and the sponsor’s telephone number;

         b. Training contract between trainer and trainee;

         c. Documents of training program in details.

   

 4. Employment Visa is issued to applicants who desire to go to HK

         for investment, business operation, employment, performance,

         exhibition and tuition, etc, irrespective of duration.

        

(1) To invest in HK, applicants are required to present the following additional documents:

               a. One copy of the sponsor’s HK ID and the sponsor’s telephone number;

               b. Information of the invested business, including nature

                   and scale of the business, paid-up capital, source of

                   funds, and financial certificate.

               c. Evidence of working experience relevant to the job;

               d. A Physical Examination Certificate issued by accredited

                   hospital.

         (2) To work as professionals, applicants are required to present

               the following additional documents:

               a. One copy of the employer’s or sponsor’s HK ID and the

                   employer’s or sponsor’s telephone number;

               b. One copy of service contract or letter of appointment

                   with details of position, salary and welfare.

               c. Proofs of academic qualification and working experience

                   relevant to the job, e.g. diplomas, certificates and testimonials;

               d. A Physical Examination Certificate issued by accredited hospital.

         (3) To work as imported workers, applicants are required to

               present the following additional documents:

               a. One copy of the employer’s HK ID and the employer’s

                   telephone number;

               b. One copy of the standard employment contract signed

                   between applicant and employer;

               c. Proofs of academic qualification and working experience

                   relevant to the job, e.g. diplomas, certificates and

                   testimonials;

               d. A Physical Examination Certificate issued by accredited hospital.

         (4) To work as domestic helper, applicants are required to present

               the following additional documents:

               a. One copy of the employer’s HK ID and the employer’s telephone number;

               b. One copy of the standard employment contract signed

                   between applicant and employer. The contract shall be

                   authenticated by the consulate of the applicant’s countryin HK.

               c. Proofs of previous working experience as a domestic helper;

               d. A Physical Examination Certificate issued by accredited hospital.

         (5) For other employment, the following additional documents are required:

               a. One copy of the sponsor’s HK ID and the sponsor’s telephone number;

               b. Relevant employment contract or letters;

               c. A Physical Examination Certificate issued by accredited hospital.

   

 5. Dependant Visa is issued to the lineal relatives of a person who is

         a holder of an employment visa (except foreign domestic helpers

         and imported workers), or a student visa of HK. The following

         additional documents are required:

               a. One copy of the sponsor’s HK ID and the sponsor’s telephone number;

               b. Proofs of relationship between applicant and sponsor.

 

Note: In addition to the above-mentioned documents, other information/documents in support of the application may be required by the processing officer in individual cases.

 

V. How to apply

 

Applicants may submit the application to the Consular office of the

Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the Philippines in person

or through an authorized travel agency. Applicants may also make the

application directly to HK Immigration Department.

 

VI. Processing time

 

The regular processing time is 4 working days. Express services are

available for next-working-day and third-working-day release.

Applications requiring HK Immigration Department assessment need

more processing time.

 

VII. Visa fee

1600 pesos for express service, additional 1700 pesos or 1100 pesos will be

charged respectively for the next or the third-working-day release. For

applications requiring HK Immigration Department assessment,

additional 1350 pesos of facsimile fee will be charged.

 

VIII. Contact HK Immigration Department

         1. For more information about HK visa/entry permit, please visit the

             website of HK Immigration Department: http://www.immd.gov.hk/ index.html.

         2. HK Immigration Department is located at Immigration Tower, 7

             Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Tel: 00852-28241212 or 28246111,

 

VISAS FOR MACAO SAR

Citizens of the Philippines may visit Macao without visas (within 30 days). Citizens from other countries may apply for visas when they enter Macao. For further information, please visit the website of the Identification Department of Macao:

 

PROCEDURES FOR FOREIGN JOURNALIST GOING TO CHINA FOR TEMPORARY NEWS COVERAGE OR WORKING AS RESIDENT JOURNALISTS

 

  1. I.            Journalists and related personnel for temporary news coverage

Please submit the following documents to window 1-3.

  1. Media coverage application letter signed by  the head of the media organization, and the coverage schedule with details, including list of personnel, departure and arrival schedule, location and the content of coverage.
  2. Invitation letter issued by the envoy and event organizer.
  3. Passport of the applicant, the photocopy of the company I.D. or media identification and contact number.
  4. Completed application form.
  5. Fill out an “equipment declaration form” if any.

 

 

 

  1. II.            Resident journalists and related personnel
    1. 1.       If a media organization plans to send journalists to China working resident journalists, it should establish a branch in China first. The organization should submit a written application to the Information department of the Ministry of Foreign affairs of China directly or through the Chinese Embassy. the application should be signed by the representative of the organization including documents as follows:
      1. Basic information of the organization.
      2. Registration name of the branch, location, business confine, number of employees, names of the deputy and other staff that will be assigned in china, including sex, nationality, position, and curriculum vitae.
      3. Photocopy[y of the Registration certificate of the organization.

 

  1. 2.       Once the branch has been established in China, please submit the written application to the Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China directly or through the Chinese embassy.

 

The application should be signed by the authorities (such as director, chief of staff, or vice chief of staff, editor in chief or vice editor in chief, and other related organization heads) and them letter must contain details and documents as follows:

  1. Basic information of the organization.
  2. Journalists’ name, sex, age, nationality, position, curriculum vitae and place of assignment.
  3. Professional journalists’ certification.
  4. 3.       If two or more foreign media organization assigns the same journalist as resident journalist, please process application separately. Each application must indicate status of the appointed journalist respectively.

 

  1. 4.       After having been approved, the journalist, and his/her family members can apply for J-1 from the Embassy. other foreign employees (non-reporters) and his/her family members can apply for Z Visa. The family members should provide legal documents as proof of relationship.

 

PROCESSING TIME AND FEES OF VISA

 

  1. 1.       Chinese Visa (to China mainland) (Peso)

 

  Entries

4 working days

3 working days

2 working days

Philippine Passport Single

Double

6 months multiple

12 months multiple

1400

2100

2800

4200

2500

3200

3900

5300

3100

3800

4500

5900

U.S.A. Passport Single

Double

6 months multiple

12 months multiple

6500

6500

6500

6500

7600

7600

7600

7600

8200

8200

8200

8200

Foreign Passport Single

Double

6 months multiple

12 months multiple

1700

2550

3400

5100

2800

3650

4500

6200

3400

4250

5100

6800

 

  Entries

4 working days

3 working days

2 working days

Chinese Passport

 

 (entry permit)

Single

Double

Multiple

400

400

400

1500

1500

1500

2100

2100

2100

Foreign Passport

(Visa)

Single

Double

Multiple

1600

1600

1600

2700

2700

2700

3300

3300

3300