China Visa Services for Low Price

Professional, Reliable and Convenient

Chinese Visa Office is a non-government based service. When applying for a Chinese Visa, you or a third party, must physically go to a Chinese consulate to apply. The consulates do not accept mail-in applications.

We work with the Chinese Consulates to expedite Chinese Visas for you and we provide a mail-in service so you don’t have to go to a consulate yourself. We have been operating since 1995 and were the first establishment recognized by the Chinese Embassy and the Chinese Consulates-General in the southern states of the United States. We guarantee the fastest, most reliable service with the lowest price. With more than 20 years of outstanding service, we have received consistent high praise from our customers all over the country, many of whom have come back to us every time they need to renew their Visa. Our customers include General Motors, Morgan Stanley, Texas Instruments, Toyota and a large number of other major companies. We proudly serve customers from all 50 US states.

To get started, please select the relevant Visa category to see what you need to do. You’ll find it is as simple as sending your Visa application to our Houston, TX headquarters. We will take care of the rest!

Please choose the Visa category you are interested in applying for to get more information. Please note, we offer special rates to travel agents and groups. Please call 713-774-5606 or email us for details.

Tourist Visa

“L”Visa is issued to an alien who comes to China
for sightseeing or visiting family
members/friends.

Business Visa

“F” Visa is issued to an alien who is invited to China for a visit, an investigation, a lecture, to do business, scientific-technological and culture exchanges, short-term advanced studies or internship for a period of no more than six months.

Other Visas

“X” Visa is issued to Student.
“Z” Visa is issued to an alien who comes to China for a
post or employment.
The “C” Visa is offered to crew members.

Authentication

The Chinese Consulate authenticates such documents
as birth certificates, death certificates,
power of attorney, marriage certificates,
diplomas, adoption application papers,
business licenses, etc.

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China Visa Office is a non-government based service. When applying for a Chinese Visa, you or a third party, must physically go to a Chinese consulate to apply. The consulates do not accept mail-in application.