We are reducing our service fee for tourism visa to $160 for standard processings. Click to find more information.


We only work directly with the Chinese Embassy Visa Section in Washington D.C;  Given the sensitive nature of visa application information, our company operates independently and does not engage in partnerships or collaborations with other visa agencies. This policy is in place to ensure the utmost confidentiality and security of the information we handle.

Chinese Embassy has reduced their visa application fee for American passport holders to $140.

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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.