China Visa for Australian citizens

iVisa | Updated on Apr 20, 2022

China is a beautiful destination to visit for all travelers around the world. Now, Australian can get access easily to this beautiful country by applying for a visa.

While going to the embassy is not difficult, you still need to take off work, travel to the nearest consulate or Service Center, and go through the entire process yourself. What if there is a better and more convenient way to apply for a visa? Lucky for you, there is. You can use the services provided by iVisa, a visa expediting company that has acted as an intermediary for thousands of people. All you have to do is access their website and follow the steps.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do Australians must acquire a Visa to travel to China?

Yes, visitors with an Australian passport are required to apply for a Tourist eVisa. Look at the requisites here.

What types of visas are there for Australians traveling to China?

We offer these visas:

  • Tourist Visa.

  • Group eVisa.

  • Business Visa on Arrival.

PLEASE NOTE: This blog has info about the Tourist Visa. If you want to know about the other types, just click here.

What is the China Tourist Visa?

It permits you to enter China without any problem. In addition to that, before sending all the requested documents at your assigned Application center, you must complete the Chinese Visa Application Platform.

Note: to continue with your Tourist Visa request, you'll have to visit your assigned China Visa Application Center.

If the visa is zero cost, why do I need to pay?

We offer you an easy and quick way to process your visa. Besides that, we give you a Preparation Guide for you to acquire your visa. For that reason, you have to pay a minimum amount for the service we provide you.

How long is the China Tourist Visa for?

This visa is valid for 90 days after issued. It also provides a Single Entry for a maximum stay of 30 days Per Entry.

What are the prerequisites to apply online?

iVisa will require just these documents:

  • Valid passport with six months of validity and 2 blanks pages.

  • Travel Itinerary.

  • Credit or Debit card or even PayPal to pay for your visa.

What are the procedure times and fees?

With iVisa you will have 3 alternatives:

  • Standard processing – this process allows you to have your visa approximately in 4 days paying a total of USD $58.99.

  • Rush processing – with this alternative, you won't need to wait for a long time to obtain your visa, this will take 2 days. The amount of this is USD $94.99.

  • Super rush processing – opt for this option if you need your visa urgently because it will be ready in 6 hours, and you have to pay USD $149.99 in total.

The amounts mentioned above include the service rate.

If you are interested in traveling to China, apply here.

How does the China Tourist eVisa work?

We provide our clients the service of filling in the entire form and giving all the necessary instructions so that they can finally acquire their Chinese tourist visa.

Furthermore, once you've already applied for your Chinese visa form, you will be given a guide in which you will see all the requirements that you'll have to present for your request in the Chinese Visa Application Center either in the USA or Australia.

Important: iVisa does not have any legal relationship with the Chinese government, which is ultimately responsible for deciding if your visa is approved. iVisa does not guarantee you will obtain the visa, but our years of experience improve your chances (we have over 99 % approval rate).

How long does it take to apply for a China Visa for Australian citizens?

It takes around 10 minutes. You just need to apply online and we handle the rest.

How may I apply for a China Tourist eVisa?

Just follow the instructions:

  1. Complete your data and select the procedure time that you prefer.

  2. Review and edit your application if it is necessary and also pay for it.

  3. In this section, you will find personal questions and you'll need to attach the requirements. Besides, according to the information provided, you will see if you need to upload more documents.

Enter here and apply with us. When you finish completing your application, send it, and wait for the response of your visa. In case you need help, feel free to contact our representatives at any time.

Once I get the Chinese application form, what do I have to do next?

You have to follow the next steps:

  • Send your request form and all the requested documents to your assigned Chinese Visa Application Center according to the State where you live.

  • To pick up your visa; first, you have to pay the visa fee at the Visa Application Center.

In Australia, which Chinese Visa Application Center do I have to go to?

This is the list of consulates/embassies in Australia:

  • CVAS in Sydney: New South Wales.

  • CVAS in Brisbane: Queensland.

  • CVAS in Melbourne: Victoria.

  • CVAS in Hobart: Tasmania.

  • CVAS in Perth: Western Australia.

  • CVAS in Canberra: South Australia, Northern Territory, and Australian Capital Territory.

Do I have to acquire a China Visa if I have a layover through China?

If you won't leave the transit lounge at the airport while in China, then you are not required to have a visa.

What can I do if I make a mistake in my application?

If this is the case, please do not hesitate to talk with our customer service representatives as soon as you can in order that they can help you.

Unfortunately, if we've already sent your request, we can't modify anything and you'll need to apply again. However, you will NOT make an additional payment for the service fee.

Is it safe to use iVisa to obtain my China eVisa?

We are a company that issues official visas, so from the beginning, we've always focused on the security of our clients' personal data. For this reason, don't worry about it and trust us. In addition, we invite you to visit our page to read all the testimonials from our travelers.

I have more queries, where can I find more info?

For a faster resolution click here and start chatting with one of our operators. You can also find more info and FAQs on this page.

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