China Visas for Tourism, Business, or to Work

PLEASE NOTE: You will be required to submit your passport to the consulate. You will NOT have access to your passport until the visa process is finished by the consulate. Please plan accordingly. The consulate will not release your passport until the visa process is finished.

ATTENTION: Foreign consulates do not accept demands from travelers. They do not work around a traveler’s time-frame, and may request additional documents not listed in the general instructions at any given time and circumstance without notice.

Processing Time


STEP 1

Fill out your ONLINE forms and gather your required documents outlined below.

GATHER DOCUMENTS

Follow the instructions below. Pay close attention to the important notices!

STEP 2

Come to our office so we can review, sort, prepare your documents and take your photos.

COME IN TO OUR OFFICE

If you already have your own passport-type photos, bring them with you. Otherwise we will take your photos.

STEP 3

Your visa application will be submitted to the foreign consulate the next business day.

SUBMIT APPLICATION

Should any additional requirements or demands from the consulate arise, we will communicate it to you immediately after we leave the consulate lobby.

STEP 4

We will collect your passport and visa from the consulate on the day scheduled by the consulate.

RECEIVE DOCUMENTS

Your visa & any other original documents will be at our office available for  pick up on the same day they are released by the consulate or shipped if requested.

Follow These Instructions to Obtain a Chinese Visa

FORMS must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written

DO NOT ship your documents to Arista Offices without first communicating with us.

DO NOT ship your materials for 8AM delivery unless instructed to do so.

Visa Requirements

  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed and in good condition. The consulate staff may reject your passport if they find it to be in damaged condition, even if you don’t think that’s the case.

Click here if your passport does NOT meet ALL of these requirements.

  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.
For those who are traveling for business purposes:

a) Business Invitation Letter:

A business invitation letter from the sponsoring company in China is now required. The letter must be printed on company letterhead stationery, addressed to “The Consulate of China, Visa Section”, and signed by a senior manager (an equivalent to Vice-President or above) and stamped with the company seal. The business letter must include the following information:

  • Personal information of the applicant: name, gender, date of birth, passport details, and job title.
  • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.), the dates of the visit, and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in China.
  • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).
  • State who will bear the costs of the applicant’s accommodations in China.

b) Employer Business Letter:

A business letter from the US employer. The letter must be printed on the company letterhead stationery, addressed to “The Consulate of China, Visa Section”, and signed by a senior manager (an equivalent to Vice-President or above) and stamped with the company seal. The business letter must include the following information:

  • Personal information of the applicant: name, gender, date of birth, passport details, and job title.
  • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.), the dates of the visit, and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in China.
  • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).
  • State who will bear the costs of the applicant’s accommodations in China.

c) Multiple Entry Letter:?If multiple entries are desired, a detailed letter explaining precisely why the multiple entry visa is necessary. The decision to grant or deny the Multiple entry visa to China is entirely up to the Chinese consulate’s discretion.

  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed and in good condition. The consulate staff may reject your passport if they find it to be in damaged condition, even if you don’t think that’s the case.

Click here if your passport does NOT meet ALL of these requirements.

  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.
  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed and in good condition. The consulate staff may reject your passport if they find it to be in damaged condition, even if you don’t think that’s the case.

Click here if your passport does NOT meet ALL of these requirements.

  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days $140 $65
4-6 business days $140 $95
1-2 business days $160 $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.

  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed.
  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • Your original permanent resident card (green card), I-94, I-20, or advance parole originals.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.
For those who are traveling for business purposes:

a) Business Invitation Letter:

A business invitation letter from the sponsoring company in China is now required. The letter must be printed on company letterhead stationery, addressed to “The Consulate of China, Visa Section”, and signed by a senior manager (an equivalent to Vice-President or above) and stamped with the company seal. The business letter must include the following information:

  • Personal information of the applicant: name, gender, date of birth, passport details, and job title.
  • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.), the dates of the visit, and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in China.
  • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).
  • State who will bear the costs of the applicant’s accommodations in China.

b) Employer Business Letter:

A business letter from the US employer. The letter must be printed on the company letterhead stationery, addressed to “The Consulate of China, Visa Section”, and signed by a senior manager (an equivalent to Vice-President or above) and stamped with the company seal. The business letter must include the following information:

  • Personal information of the applicant: name, gender, date of birth, passport details, and job title.
  • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.), the dates of the visit, and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in China.
  • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).
  • State who will bear the costs of the applicant’s accommodations in China.

c) Multiple Entry Letter:?If multiple entries are desired, a detailed letter explaining precisely why the multiple entry visa is necessary. The decision to grant or deny the Multiple entry visa to China is entirely up to the Chinese consulate’s discretion.

  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed.
  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • Your original permanent resident card (green card), I-94, I-20, or advance parole originals.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.
  • Your passport MUST be valid for AT LEAST 6 MONTHS, counting from the day you leave China.
  • Your passport MUST contain at least ONE blank, completely clear “VISAS” page (Amendments and Endorsement pages do not count).
  • Your passport MUST be signed.
  • If you have been issued a visa to China in the past, you MUST submit your original passport (even if expired or cancelled) showing your last or most recent previous visa to China. The Chinese consulate may disregard this requirement at their discretion, but it is a requirement and you must have it available for submission.
  • Your original permanent resident card (green card), I-94, I-20, or advance parole originals.
  • CLICK HERE for Forms
    • FORMS MUST BE TYPED-IN, PRINTED AND SIGNED.
    • Forms must be typed-in and signed by hand, but they CANNOT be hand-written.
  • HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR VISA APPLICATION FORM:
    • You MUST insert the FULL hotel address information, including the local ZIP code.
    • Applicants who were born in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan MUST write their names in Chinese characters as requested on the form.
    • Make sure to input your full occupation description information.
    • Please SIGN the form to match the passport signature. All applicants over the age of 18 MUST sign their own application form.
  • Professional passport-type photograph: 2
  • You MUST present a copy of your government issued ID: driver’s license, state ID card – to prove that you reside within the consulate’s jurisdiction.
  • Make sure to enter a home address on the application form that reflects the traveler’s home address as being in: Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and American Pacific islands.
  • Copy of round trip or cruise-line tickets or tentative itinerary, printed from online vendor or travel agency letterhead.
  • If you have trouble printing your form or itinerary, you are welcome to email it as an attachment to us at info@aristavisa.com and we will be glad to print it for you at our office.
Type of visa Validity* Processing Embassy fee Service fee
Single entry up to 90 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Double entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
Multiple entry up to 180 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
up to 365 days 7-10 business days Please Contact Us $65
4-6 business days Please Contact Us $95
1-2 business days Please Contact Us $135
  • Maximum validity refers to the period over which you are allowed to enter a given country.

Our Service Fees INCLUDE:

  • 1 set of visa photos
  • Credit card payments
  • Consulate money orders
  • Tracking the visa status
  • Emails and phone call follow ups
  • 1 submission and 1 pick-up visit to the consulate

Payment Options:

  1. Make ONE payment to ARISTA for all services and fees altogether (Arista will then pay for the government fees on your behalf)
  2. Make TWO individual payments:
    1. Submit your own US POSTAL MONEY ORDER in the amount equivalent to the visa type you are requesting (for example: $180), and…
    2. Pay for the Arista service fees separately (by check, credit/debit card, cash, etc).
  • Chinese name: The applicant’s name must be written in Chinese characters.
  • Proof of name change:?If the applicant’s name has changed since birth, please provide a copy of the court order or marriage certificate showing the name change.
  • For former Chinese citizens (naturalized into US citizenship): It is mandatory to present the last Chinese passport ever issued to the applicant.
  • Application Form – $30. Application form assistance, corrections and preparation.
  • Group Rates. For groups of 4+ travelers Contact us for a quote: CLICK HERE
Shipping documents back to you:

  • Please provide us a return method for return shipments, such as an air-bill, credit card info, or a prepaid envelope.
  • Per your request, we may ship your documents back to you by FedEx only, and add our flat shipping charge to the total fee for the services provided to you.
  • Please CLICK HERE to visit our SHIPPING page for more info.


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Contact Information

(818) 665-2051 | info@aristavisa.com
2217 W. Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91506

Business Hours

Mon – Fri: 9 AM – 6 PM PST
Sat: 10 AM – 2 PM PST
Sun: Closed