For applicants who have previously applied for a ten-year visa, there are two options: Option 1: You can apply for a new six-month, two-entry family visit (or business) visa that waives the $140 embassy application fee. Your previously issued 10-year visa will not be cancelled, and can continue to be used after activation in the future Option 2: You can apply for a new 10-year valid, multiple-entry visit visa; the embassy charges an application fee of $140, and your previously issued 10-year visa will be cancelled.

现在使馆推出了新的政策, 对于之前曾经办理过十年签证的申请人, 有两个选择: 1. 办理免除$140使馆申请费的、六个月有效的、两次入境探亲签证。 您之前颁发的10年签证不被取消, 日后激活后可以继续使用。 2. 办理新的10年有效、多次往返的探亲签证,使馆收取$140的申请费, 您之前颁发的10年签证会被取消。

Chinese Embassy is now open, and requires appointment for walk-in visa submissions. We can help you to process your visa by mail, yo don't need to come in-person.

目前中国大使馆签证处已经开门接受现场办公, 但是办理签证业务需要提前预约。 您如果不方便到场亲自办理,可以委托我们公司通过邮寄方式完成签证的代办。
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Due to the pandemic travel restrictions, we are mainly processing service visas such as crew and  diplomatic visas. We can also process regular civilian visas such as Business and Employment visas if the applicant has already received their PU invitation letter from a Foreign Affair’s office in China.

Please note that we will need to request for an appointment date with the Embassy for the submission of your visa application. In order to request for an appointment, we will need to receive your actual application and forward the following documents to the Visa Office:

The Completed visa application form

A scan of your US passport bio data page

A scan of the PU letter

A scan of invitation letters from the host/employer.

If the visa office can process your visa application, they will notify us of the drop off date. We would then email the checklist of the required documents and ask you to register and pay for your order before mailing us your application.

If you have any questions, please email us at service@oasischinavisa.com. Thank you!

September 4th, 2020
Mandatory COVID-19 Negative Certificates is required Before Boarding

July 24th, 2020
The Chinese Embassy Visa Office in D.C has Taken Over the Consular Jurisdiction of the Consulate General in Houston.

April 4th, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 situation,  the Chinese Embassy Visa Office was closed to public on April 4th, 2020.