Chinapac: Visa, Passport & Travel Documents for China
Do I need a tourist visa to visit China?
Canadian passport holders are required to obtain a tourist visa in order to enter Mainland China. (Canadians can now apply for multiple entry visas valid for certain period of time as approved by a visa officer at the China visa center.) The visa will ensure legal entry to China. Canadians do not require a visa to enter China’s Special Administrative Regions, Hong Kong and Macau. Other passports holders who have valid Canadian immigration status can only apply single or double entry visas.
How do I get a Chinese tourist visa?
To apply, you must complete a China visa application form and possess a valid passport. A valid passport should have at least one full blank page for visa and customs stamping, and at least 6 months of validity from your planned return date.
Can Chinapac help me process my China tourist visa?
According to China Visa Centre, all visa applicants aged between 14 and 70 inclusive will be required to book an appointment to process their visa request in person at a Visa Application Centre; as part of the application process, to collect biometric data (scanned fingerprints) will now have to be provided, effect on 1 January, 2019. As a result, Chinapac could only help those applicants who're younger than 14 and older to 70 process China tourist visa.
How much does it cost for a China visa?
Regular Service for BC residents only
(with valid Canadian
***For residents outside BC: please refer to www.visaforchina.org for instructions and nearest China Visa Application Service locations or call us at 1-800-661-8182 for more info.
Other passport holders who do not have a valid immigration status in Canada must apply on their assigned jurisdiction.
How do I get a Tibet travel permit?
For travel to Tibet, a permit can be arranged free of charge when purchasing a package from Chinapac International. Please contact our office for more information.