IVC has successfully handled over 20,000 applications for China visas and has the best proportion of visa approvals.
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For Singaporeans and residents of Singapore, China visa applications can be handled there.
However, an electronic visa is not available in China.
The applicant's passport will be stamped with the China Visa Singapore issued. As a result, the China Embassy in Singapore will hold the applicant's physical key while the application for a China visa is processed there. In addition, the Chinese Embassy must occasionally approve the withdrawal of a passport while it is being processed in Singapore for a China visa.
Application for a China visa in Singapore does not permit entry into Macau or Hong Kong. Therefore, it is necessary to apply for separate tickets for Macau and Hong Kong.
Typically, people apply for visas to China for travel, sightseeing, relaxation, and seeing friends and family.
Documents needed for Singapore residents and those with resident passes to apply for a China visa
China mentioned above, Visa Singapore requirements may vary depending on the circumstances, such as for applicants who are married to Chinese nationals, domestic workers, or those working in the media.
If the China Embassy in Singapore has any such need, kindly write to us.
Documents are needed for Singaporeans and holders of residence passes to apply for a China business visa.
A China visa application is typically approved for a single 30-day admission from the date of arrival in China. Therefore, three months will be the validity term for Singaporeans using China visas.
The China Embassy in Singapore must approve business applications for multiple China Visa Entries.
However, the China Embassy in Singapore has the right to alter the validity of some visas.
Since the China visa will be stamped on the passport, the original ticket must be presented for processing in Singapore.
At least three blank pages in the passport must be available for stamping at the Chinese immigration office: one for the Visa and two for the entry/exit stamps.
Your passport must be valid for at least nine months to apply for a China visa in Singapore. Therefore, renewing your ticket before requesting a China visa is preferable if its remaining validity is less than nine months.
The NRIC and re-entry permit copies must be sent with the China visa application since the China Embassy in Singapore requires them.
Suppose you're applying for a China visa and you have a long-term pass, an employment pass, a dependent pass, an S pass, a work permit, a personalized employment pass, an entry pass, or a training employment pass. In that case, you should enclose a copy of your access.
It should be mentioned that the pass must be valid for at least three months when the China Visa application is submitted.
You need one photo to apply for a China visa from Singapore. The picture must have a white backdrop. According to the China Embassy in Singapore, the photograph's dimensions are 35 mm by 45 mm for applications for Chinese visas.
The subject should be at the front of the camera, with the face receiving the most exposure. Photos taken from a great distance or with poor vision are not acceptable.
Booking a hotel room and a flight is a requirement for applications for tourist visas to China. However, providing confirmed tickets to China is not required. The hotel and flight may be reservations or itineraries for China. Again, this follows the standards outlined by the CHINA EMBASSY in SINGAPORE.
Instead of making a hotel reservation, applicants staying with friends or family in China should supply copies of the inviter's passport, PRC ID, and an invitation letter in English from the inviter.
The applicant must submit a letter of invitation from China. Note should be printed in color. A business letter should be written on letterhead and include the China Company's signature and seal. Only English should be used in letters. Briefly describe the applicant's employment, title, the reason for travel, and an anticipated number of days spent in China in the letter.
The applicant must provide an assurance letter from Singapore. It is best to send the original letter. A business letter should be written on letterhead and include the Singapore Company's signature and seal. Only English should be used in letters. Briefly describe the applicant's employment, title, the reason for travel, and the anticipated number of days spent in China in the letter. Before requesting a China visa from Singapore, the applicant's company should assume responsibility for their journey to China.
If applying for a China visa in Singapore, additional documentation for maids is required.
ALL THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS FOLLOW GUIDELINES ISSUED REGULARLY BY THE CHINA EMBASSY IN SINGAPORE FOR CHINA VISA SINGAPORE.
We will contact you at your convenience for your visa application, whether in your office, home, coffee shop, or shopping center.
Call us, and we will fill out your form at your convenience during the conversation. You will then need to confirm the information in our email.
If you are late and require your Visa within 24-48 hours, we are there to help you.
The cost of a China visa ranges from SGD 145 to SGD 450, depending on the category of visa applied, the period of access, and the applicant's nationality.
Singaporeans do not need a visa to visit China for up to 14 days. However, if they wish to remain for more than 14 days, they must apply for a China visa in Singapore.
For candidates residing in Singapore, a China visa must be obtained via the Chinese Embassy in Singapore.
The conditions for a Tourist Visa to China from Singapore are as follows. Passport or travel document valid for at least six months. Form for requesting a visa (filled out) One white-background image of the applicant Round-trip flight into and out of China Hotel Reservation in Singapore with Proof of Resident Visa
The China Visa is only valid for travel to Mainland China. A separate Hong Kong visa is required for the trip to Hong Kong.
Only a few nations do not require a visa to enter China. Therefore, applicants should verify the Chinese visa rules before traveling to Mainland China.
As long as the documents required for the visa are in order and authentic, obtaining a China visa is relatively simple. Before awarding the China Visa, the China Embassy in Singapore will validate the papers presented.
The China Visa application takes roughly 5 to 6 working days when completed through Singapore's Normal Service. Applicants can apply under Urgent Service, which can be handled in two working days.
Singapore's fastest turnaround time for obtaining a China Visa is two working days. Therefore, the service will be classified as Urgent, with increased costs for urgency.
Applicants must compile a checklist based on the type of China visa they seek. When all papers are in order, the applicant can come to our office at Sim Lim Tower, Unit 03-44, where they will be verified. The visa will be handled by the IVC Visa Team and submitted to the China Embassy in Singapore. The passports will be retrieved from the embassy after the key has been approved. Applicants can pick up their keys from our office or use a courier service.
The documents required vary depending on the kind of visa. The following are the steps to apply for a tourist visa to China from Singapore: Passport or travel document valid for at least six months. Form for requesting access (filled out) One white-background image of the applicant Round-trip flight into and out of China Hotel Reservation in Singapore with Proof of Resident Visa
Before traveling to China, the majority of nationals must get a visa. Therefore, applicants are recommended to verify China's visa policies to ensure their eligibility for a visa on arrival.
The China Visa issued by the Chinese Embassy in Singapore is valid for three months from the date of issuance. The stay term in China is 30 days from the admission date.