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Visa Application

It is your responsibility to ensure you have a valid passport and any necessary visas for your tour. As a general rule you will need a passport with at least six months validity following the end of your trip.

The visa requirements for your trip may vary depending on where you are going, and where you are from. It is important that you check which visas you will need, and apply for each of the necessary visas whilst in your home country.

Please bear in mind that some tours may spend time in more than one country.

Nexus Holidays would like to help you with visa application or you can apply by yourself!


China Visa - For British

We make your China Tourist Visa applications SAFE, FAST and EASY. Need other types of Chinese Visa? Please either email at london@nexusholidays.com or call us at 0207637 for more information.


Why Nexus Holidays & What Nexus Holidays Can Do For You?

  1. Reliable Service. To get a visa to China, Applicants are required to come to the Chinese Visa Application Centres for the visa application process. Nexus Holidays’ offices in London have been working on it for years and never failed to get the visa for our clients who want to travel to China.
  2. Cost Saving. Nexus Holidays Charges reasonable China visa application service fee.
  3. Easy Mind. Nexus Holidays created a very easy, fast and reliable process to help you get your Chinese Tourist Visa. Our china visa specialist will answer all of your questions related to getting a visa to China via email or phones; Step by step instructions to help you prepare all documents just in few minutes; Free, fast and safe mailing back by Special Delivery Service with tracking number.

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Is it the time to get a your China Tourist Visa now?

  1. According to the latest Chinese Tourist Visa policy (last update on Nov 01, 2008), the best time to apply for your visa is between 45 days to 60 days before your departure date.
  2. Don't act too late! The Chinese Embassy and Consulate provide 4 business days service, 3 days express service with different fees (please see below fee chart). And please also add the mailing time to it. For special delivery service, you shall expect five (5) days for total turn around time.

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How many days can I stay in China? How many entries do I need?

  1. If you have been issued a Two years multiple Chinese Visa , you can maximum stay up to 90 days for each entry.
  2. The number of entries of a visa refers to the number of times the visa holder is permitted to enter China within the visa’s validity. Validity of a visa refers to the period that the visa holder is allowed to enter China. Unless otherwise specified, a visa holder may enter China at any time prior to expiry of validity (right up to midnight Beijing Time on the final day of validity), so long as the entries granted on the visa have not been used up. A visa becomes effective from the date of issuance. The visa automatically becomes invalid once its period of validity expires regardless of whether its entries are used up or not.

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What do you need to prepare for the application?

  1. Your real passport. Your passport must be at least 6 month valid from the date you return and has at least two blank pages left. If you’ll need another visa to enter another country for the same trip, you’ll need to have at least four blank pages left with the same passport.
  2. One recently-taken colour passport photo (bare-head, full face) against a light background (size: 48mm x 33mm) attached.
  3. Application Form. Fill in the form online and print out the completed application form once finished and sign where appropriate.  
  4. Proof of legal status(applicable for those not applying for the visa in their country of citizenship)
  5. Photocopy of previous Chinese visas (applicable for those who have obtained Chinese visas before).
  6. Flight ticket booking record (round trip) and hotel reservation, etc.
Applicants under 18 years old:

a). Application form for those who are under 18 years old should be signed by parent(s) or their guardian(s) on the form Section 5.  The passports of parent(s) and/or relevant legal documents for the guardians plus passport of the guardians will be needed. Both original and copy of passport information page and signature page. 
b). Applicants under 18 should also provide the Birth Certificate with parents' names (original and copy). The Birth Certificate should be either in English or Chinese. If any personal information does not match with the documents provided (such as a name change), an official changing proof documents will be needed. The birth certificate should be either in English or Chinese
c). Overseas Chinese origin who are under 18 applying Chinese visa for the first time also need to provide both the original and copy of the Birth Certificate with parents information, previous Chinese passport or travel documents if having, UK visa or Indefinite Leave to Remain, Naturalization paper, plus the parents’ passport, UK visa or Indefinite Leave to Remain, or naturalization paper when the applicant was born. All documents need both original and copy. If any personal information does not match with the documents provided(such as a name change), both the original and copy of the changing proof documents which is legalized by FCO will be needed for the first time applying Chinese visa.
d). If parent(s) is holding non-British passport, please also provide the original and photocopy of your UK legal status (work visa, study visa or residence permit).

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INSTRUCTION FOR CHINESE VISA APPLICATION

a).  Individual Visa (Regular: £250 per person / Express: £310 per person)

Nexus Holidays can help you with online visa application. Please note fingerprints are required to be scanned at the Chinese Visa Centre near Bank Tube Station in London

b).  Group Visa (£80 per person)

Two or more people can apply online for a visa to China (Fingerprints not required in advance)

* Please contact the Chinese Embassy if you have any urgent Visa matters.


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IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • As of 1st Nov. 2018, applicants who are aged between 14 to 70 inclusive applying for Chinese visas are required to submit the individual visa application in person to get fingerprints and photo taken at the Visa Application Centres. (Group Visa Application does not require fingerprints before departure) 
  • Please be kindly reminded that  starting from 17th December 2018, the Chinese Embassy and Consulates in the UK will no longer accept the old version of the application form.
  • Except humanitarian visa, the Centre can't accept any application without an appointemnt. An on-line appointment must be booked before you come to the Chinese Visa Application Centre to submit your application. The appointment information must be same as the applicant's personal information. 
    Express service is available from 9:00- 12:00. Be sure to book the right time slot if you need express service. 
  • Applicant owns the responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in the visa applications. Nexus shall not be responsible for the delay or deny in issuance of visa. Consulate may require other supporting documents in some cases;
  • Nexus will not be responsible for any loss, delay nor damage in delivery of your visa package due to unexpected events.

*Important disclosure: Although we have never failed to get China Tourist Visas for our customers, China Embassy and Consulate has the sole rights to deny a visa application for some reasons and NO REFUND will be issued for applications denied by China Embassy and Consulate. Nexus Holidays is NOT responsible for any mail lost or delay due to third parties.




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