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China 10-year visa cost

China 10-year visa cost
iVisa | Updated on Nov 02, 2018

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Getting a 10-year visa is one of the most convenient things you can do if you frequently travel to China. You do not have to visit the Chinese embassy as often, and your life will be simpler for it. However, many people think about the cost. Costs are not high when you get a visa for a shorter period of time, so does that mean that 10-year visas are highly expensive? The answer is absolutely not. Not if you choose the right way of getting it.

The most convenient way to get your China 10-year visa is by using the services provided by iVisa. It is a visa expediting company that will do most of the work for you. All you have to do is visit their website, fill in an application, and the visa will arrive in the timeframe you want or need. But what about the costs?

The costs are not high, and the price of a visa depends on the processing time you select when you fill in the application. The price for the visa is mostly the same with only the service fee that differs. You have three options: Standard, Rush, and Super Rush processing. Standard processing is the slowest of all, but at the same time, it is the cheapest. The Super Rush processing is the fastest, obviously, but it is also the most expensive. The Rush option is between those two.

Before choosing one of the three options, you must think about how much you are willing to spend. If the circumstances allow it, you can easily go with the Standard processing time and spend as little money as you possibly can. After all, unless you have an emergency, there is no point in choosing the Super Rush processing time, and the Rush option is somewhat neutral.

Moreover, it is not like the process is different. You get the same visa, but for less money. As for the means of payment, you can use a credit or a debit card. If you have a Paypal account, iVisa accepts that as well. It is all about convenience.

Now, to get an idea of how little money you spend with iVisa, let’s take a look at the alternative, shall we? First of all, you need to take leave from work, so that will cost you at least a half a day’s work. You can cross that as an expense. Then, depending on where you live, you may be required to travel to the nearest embassy or Chinese Visa Application Service Center. Thus, you have travel expenses. After that, you need to spend a few hours at the embassy (the worst case scenario), after which you need to return home. At the end of the day how much is that costing you?

iVisa, on the other hand, will do all that for you. Not in the same manner, of course, but the result is the same. You fill in the application, iVisa sends it to processing, and you get the visa. Simple as that. It is fast, cheap, and most important of all, efficient.

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