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Visa processing time and service fees are subjected to change during pandemic period. Please contact our office by email to place an order.

Due to the COVID-19 situation, we can only process applications for Crew Visa, Diplomatic Visa, and other Visa Applications with an official Invitation Letter (PU) If you have any questions, please email us at service@oasischinavisa.com. Thank you!
Toll Free : 1 (866) 312-8472

COVID19 boarding requirement for China

After obtaining your China visa, please note you will need to obtain a certificate of negative result of nucleic acid tests for Covid – 19 three days prior to your boarding. Please note that the Embassy will only accept the RT-PCR Test. In addition, the certificate of negative result/ test report must show/contain:

  • your name
  • DOB
  • type of test
  • result of test
  • report date
  • name and the contact information of the test agency must be displayed on the test report/certificate.

You must submit/email this certificate along with a health declaration to the Embassy at least 24 hours prior to your boarding date. The Embassy email address to process the health declaration and certificate of negative result is: “embchn@gmail.com” .  Once the Embassy receives your certificate of negative result/ test report and your health declaration form, they will process your process and stamp your health declaration. Then email you back the stamped health declaration, please print out and bring the stamped health declaration with you on your departure date. Your airline company will be checking for the stamped health declaration from the Embassy at the airport.

The Embassy does not have a designated institute or lab to take the test, any local reputable medical facility that is able to provide the RT-PCR Test should work. Feel free to use the website provided by the US Health Resources & Services Administration to help locate a health center that can provide the test near you: https://findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov/ .

The Embassy will process health declaration 7 days a week, Monday – Sunday (even on holidays). Please make sure your certificate of negative result shows an issue date that is within 3 days prior to your departure date.  For people that have transit stops, please make sure all legs of your trip falls within this 3-day window. For instance, if your report shows an issue date of 10/02/2020, make sure you board you last segment of your trip by 10/05/2020.

Most Recent Update

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.