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Free China Visa is a Chinese consulate authorized, experiened, fast, and professional visa service agent. We have experienced staff that coordinates with the San Francisco Chinese Consulate-General on daily routine basis. We serve US citizens and non-Chinese citizens in California, Washington, Nevada, Oregon and Alaska state.
Our goal is your complete satisfaction. We are looking forward to serving your visa needs.
Free China Visa Application Service:
Free China Visa provide mail-in visa service to US citizens and non-Chinese citizens in California, Washington, Nevada, Oregon and Alaska state. Since the Chinese Consulates do not accept mail-in applications, all applicants for visa are requested to appear at the Consulate in person, or apply through an authorized visa agency.
Please mail all your document to our San Francsico address, after we got your document, we will submit your visa application to the Chinese consulate in person. Then normally after 4 business days processing in the consulate, we will pickup your passport from the consulate and mail it back to you.
Our online step by step instructions will help you get visa by mail as easy as 1 2 3. You will receive an e-mail confirmation once order is successfuly submited. For your convenience, each order will be assigned with a tracking number and you will able to check status from our new Status Track function.
Please be advised that you send your visa application or document(s) to the correct office, otherwise, your application may be delayed or even denied. Please check Consular District before you apply your visa application.
Please make sure check China Visa Application FAQ for most updated information on document China visa requirements to avoid delay on visa processing.
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