The most popular type of Chinese visa is the L-Visa. It is also known as a tourist visa. It is issued to those who visit China for tourist purposes, including going to the Winter Olympics, family visits, or other personal matters. The tourism visa requires your passport to be valid for at least 6 months and it must have at least two blank pages.
Its partnership with Dallas-based Sun Travel, specializing in China visa service for over 30 years, will help you get your L-Visa fast, securely, and successfully. We'll give you our professional advice on preparing the required documents, doing the paperwork, and filing on your behalf.
If you are an American passport holder, we can assist you with the entire visa application process for only $99 (50% off the regular price of $199). You will pay the Consular Fee of $140. We'll prepare your itinerary, including hotels and travel bookings, with the application to the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. It usually takes 8-10 business days.
For expedited service for four business days, our service fee is $124 (50% off the regular price of $249). You will pay the Consular Fee of $140.
If you also travel to Tibet, please contact us for tips to prepare your application. We'll apply for a special Tibet Travel Permit on your behalf through Tibet local government. It is FREE.
If you are from any other country, we'll prepare an "Invitation Letter, " a required document to support your visa application. The letter will list your trip details and answer the Chinese visa officers' questions during the interview. The letter is FREE.
We are only allowed to assist our customers who book the China travel with us.
China Visa Requirements
a) Original passport (Passport must have at least 6 months remaining validity)
b) Passport size photographs: 1
c) Visa application form. Download here!
d) Invitation letter from a travel agent (We will prepare it for free.)
e) A document stating your job (if you work)
Customizable travel packages. Exclusive hotel deals. First-class hospitality. $126 travel credit for early birds.