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The People’s Republic of China is a magical and mesmerizing country. It has so much to offer those who visit, including unforgettable places and one of the most fascinating cultures.

Aside from culture, China is also home to the second-largest economy in the world. Thus, it is one of the most important business travel destinations.

If you plan to go to China as your next business destination, you must apply for a China Business Visa. In this article, you will find all the relevant information regarding this business visa, what visa holders can do in China, and how to apply for it with iVisa.

Please keep reading to find out about all the requirements, details of the iVisa application, prices, and processing time to obtain your Business Visa.

What is the China Business Visa?

It is an official travel document issued by authorized government agencies to a foreign citizen applying to enter the host country’s territory, for business purposes based on its laws and regulations.

What can you do with the China Business Visa?

The China Business Visa allows you to do the following things:

  • Visit Trade Fairs

  • Participation in Business Competitions.

  • Visit Clients.

  • Meet with Business partners.

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Who can apply for The China Business Visa?

Business travelers from more than 160 countries can apply for a China Business Visa. Minors will need to apply for a different type of visa.

How long is the China Business Visa valid for?

This Single Entry visa is valid for three months and allows you to stay up to 30 days Per Entry. This is the visa type we are currently offering.

Travel requirements and required documents to apply for this Visa

To do an online visa application with iVisa, you will need the following documents and information:

  • Original current passport with at least six months of validity and blank visa pages. You will need to apply with a renewed foreign passportif your passport has expired or is nearing expiration.

  • A high-quality scan of your passport data pages.

  • A recent passport photo against a light background - If you dont have one you can use our passport photo service and get your digital version fast and easy.

  • Visa application form completed.

  • An invitation letter issued by the Chinese government. The invitation letter must contain all the required information about your trip.

  • If you apply for a Chinese visa in a different country of your citizenship, you must present documents that assure proof of legal residency status.

  • Applicants who are Chinese citizens or have obtained foreign citizenship should present a photocopy of their previous Chinese passport or previous Chinese visa.

If you apply with iVisa, you don’t have to worry! We provide you with the guidance of an expert and a manual guide to help you make an error-free visa application, so that you can successfully apply.

How do I apply for the China Business Visa online?

To apply for the China Business Visa, you will need to complete the following steps:

Step 1: Fill out our simplified iVisa form with your Business travel details.

Step 2: Submit the required documentation according to the instructions. Step 3: Visit the embassy with the documents, wait for the embassy's answers, receive your visa, and get ready to travel.

One of our agents will carefully check all your information and supporting documents to ensure no inconsistencies. If there are any problems, we will reach out to you via email before processing your request..

What is the cost and processing time of the China Business Visa?

The standard processing of the China visa applications take 20 days when applying with iVisa from the moment you start your application. The government then takes a further 5 days to issue the visa so apply as soon as possible.

The cost may vary depending on your location. You can find the exact cost during your application.

Do I need a China Business Visa if I’m transiting through China?

No, you will not require a China Business Visa to transit through the country. However, you may need a different visa, depending on your nationality. Remember also to check the visa requirements for your destination country. You can do so with our Visa Checker Tool.

Benefits of getting your China Business Visa with iVisa

When applying for a China Business Visa with iVisa, the benefits may include the following:

  • 100% government-compliant: Our team will review all information and ensure it’s 100% compliant with government requirements.

  • Simplified form: visa application can be confusing and tedious. At iVisa, we’ll ensure only to include relevant questions, making the application up to 50% shorter than usual! It’s like filling out a short survey.

  • Fill out at your own pace: Save your progress, make changes, and come back to it later whenever you need a break.

  • 24/7 Customer Service: Our team is always available to answer any questions and help you solve any issues you may have while applying.

COVID-19 requirements for China

Foreign nationals traveling to China will need a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of the arrival date in China and must submit their negative PCR test result by filling in the Health Declaration which you can also apply for with iVisa.

What else should I keep in mind before traveling to China?

Here are some tips for a successful business trip to China:

  1. Socializing before jumping into business is a norm. It is considered better to build respect and trust before any business dealings, so don’t shy away from a dinner invite.

  2. Give gifts! Chinese customs encourage giving gifts that have a sense of personal or cultural identity. It does not need to be expensive just thoughtful.

  3. Learn basic Chinese phrases. While it is a challenging language, your Chinese counterparts will appreciate your efforts immensely.

  4. Keep in mind the difference in business culture between the western standards and Chinese standards. Craftiness is highly valued, as is profit and a personal reputation for successful deals.

  5. Download Didi Chuxing – The Chinese Uber. Available in English, it is far more likely to get you to your meeting on time than an unlicensed cab.

Where can I find more information about the China Business Visa?

If you have questions about the services at iVisa, our products, or other Chinese visa options, feel free to chat with our customer service team, who are available 24/7, or write to [email protected]

Required Documents to Apply
  • Applicant's Photo

  • Passport Scan

  • Invitation Letter (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The China Business Visa is a single-entry travel document that allows you to enter China for only 30 days.

  • The China Business Visa is valid for 90 days since the document is issued.

  • The China Business Visa allows you to visit clients, meet with business partners, and attend trade fairs.

  • People with the APEC Business Travel Card do not require a China Business Visa.

  • Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from arrival and blank visa pages.

  • If you apply for a visa in a different country of citizenship, you need to present proof of legal residency status.

  • Standard processing of the Visa will take 1 week from the moment you start your application.

  • You will need a negative PCR test within 48 hours of the arrival date in China.

  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

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Questions?

If this happens, please contact our customer service team. Our visa experts are available 24/7 and will gladly help resolve the problem with your China Business Visa application.

Our iVisa experts review all applications and documentation to help you avoid rejections. If government officials find any errors and reject your application, iVisa will refund the iVisa processing fee.

Note: Government fees will not be refunded.

You may reapply for your China Business Visa if your application was canceled or rejected.

If you need to correct a mistake on your China Business Visa application, you need to contact our customer service team immediately so that we can help you make the change. Our experts are available 24/7.
No, iVisa only offers a Single Entry option for the China Business Visa. You must contact your local Chinese embassy or consulate for a multiple-entry visa.