Chinese Embassy Visa Section in Washington D.C will be closed on November 12th, November 22nd, November 23rd, December 24th and 25th.

For minor applicant, the embassy requires to have a copy of his/her birth certificate; and both parents/legal guardian's I.D(passport, or state issued I.D) copies.

Biometric screening: The embassy may ask certain applicants to come in to collect fingerprints. For details, please contact our office during our normal business hours.

We highly recommend you to use FedEx or UPS when sending your application. If you wish to use USPS, don't forget to add tracking number and signature confirmation. Using regular mail to send your important document is risky!

The Embassy Visa Office does not accept hand-written forms. Please make sure your Visa Application Form is typed to completion, printed and sign with a blue or black ink pen.
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How to certify an university diploma?

When you are trying to apply for a work permit in China, likely you will  need to provide your diploma and No criminal background check(or FBI Identity History Summary Check). Both documents need to be certified by the Chinese Embassy before the local authorities can accept it.  Here is how you can get your diploma certified by the Embassy:

Step 1. contact your school registrar and request for a true copy(or notarized copy) of your diploma.  The registrar should then execute an affidavit attesting to the validity of the diploma(true copy) before a notary public. Frequently the business offices of colleges and universities have notaries public.

Step 2. Email Oasis a copy of your document, we will review your document and provide further instructions.

Certain states may process documents faster or slower than others, normally it takes 3-4 weeks to complete. State of CA and NY are extremely slow (take months to complete), we recommend to hand delivery the document over the counter for state level authentication.