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Visa Information

Port visa to visit China open to all foreigners now

The Chinese National Immigration Administration (NIA) has implemented new measures on January 11, 2024 to simplify the process for foreigners to visit China. The first measure has relaxed conditions for foreign nationals applying for port visas. Any individual seeking to visit China for non-diplomatic, official business activities, visits and exchanges, investment and entrepreneurship, private affairs, or to visit relatives and unable to obtain a visa beforehand due to time constraints may now apply for a port visa at a port visa authority with an invitation letter and other accompanying documents.

144-hour Visa-free Transit in Guangzhou for 54 Nations

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport has restored the 144-hour visa-free transit policy. Passengers who meet the policy conditions and hold a connecting ticket to a third country (region) with a fixed date and seat within 144 hours can apply for visa-free transit.

Passengers must be citizens of 54 countries and regions in Europe, America, Oceania and Asia, and exit from one of the 32 ports in Guangdong. The lists of the 54 countries and the 32 ports can be referred in below link.

15-day Visa-free Entry for 6 Nations

China has decided to apply unilateral visa-free policy to more countries on a trial basis, which involves extending visa-free treatment to travelers holding ordinary passports from six countries, namely France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia (from December 1, 2023 to November 30, 2024).

Other Visa Information

You can find introduction of different types of visa and documents needed for visa application in below link:

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