Visa to China
Posted by: Joyce.Dada
Date: December 24, 2012 09:53PM
The most important thing before your coming to China, of course is the visa.
With different visa types in China, you can stay for a time period of 2 weeks to 1 year. Any special purpose should go with the specific China visa.
I would like to give a brief introduction of them. China Visa consists of nine sub-categories, which are respectively marked with China phonetic letters F, L, Z, X, D, C, J-1, J-2, and G.
F Visa: China Business Visa. Issued to an applicant who is invited to China for visit, research, lecture, business, science-technological and culture exchanges or short-term advanced studies or intern practice for a period of not more than six months.
L Visa: China Tourist Visa. Issued to an applicant who comes to China for tourism purposes, family visiting or other personal affairs.
Z Visa: China Work Visa. Issued to an applicant who is to take up a post or employment in China and their accompanying family members.
X Visa: China Student Visa. Issued to an applicant who comes to China for the purpose of study, advanced studies or intern practice for a period of six months or above.
D Visa: China Resident Visa. Issued to applicant who is to reside permanently in China.
C Visa: China Crew Visa. Issued to crewmembers on international aviation, navigation and land transportation missions and family members accompanying them.
J-1 Visa: Issued to foreign journalists who are posted to China for at least one year.
J-2 Visa: Issued to foreign journalists who are on temporary assignment in China.
G Visa: Issued to those who transit through China.
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