Chinese Visa Guide
For more information on China 144 hours- transit visa, please click on visa exemption, or you can scroll down the page to see more information on 144 hours-transit visa (visa upon arrival at the airport).
What is a Visa and why do I need it?
For most U.S. citizens, traveling abroad simply requires a valid U.S. passport. However, China and the U.S. have a bilateral agreement that requires each countries’ citizens to obtain a Visa before visiting. A Visa is simply a conditional authorization granted by a country to a foreigner that allows the foreigner to enter, remain within, study, work or to leave that country. There is a Visa exempt rule for U.S. citizens and 44 other countries citizens if you are staying less than 144 hours or transiting through China. For more information on this, please click Visa exempt into China.
How do I determine which Visa I need?
The following categories are the types of Visa and categories