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The Travel Visa Company announces new Chinese Visa accreditation

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Tue, 04/09/2019 - 11:06
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The new visa service supplied by the Travel Visa Company is a single entry visa for two or more tourists who enter and exit China together and staying no more than 30.

UK -- To simplify the recently introduced complex and time-consuming China visa application process, The Travel Visa Company, a tourist and business visa provider in UK, has become accredited to supply a new tourist visa for China, valid for people travelling together in parties of two or more.   

Currently visitors to China who require a visa must complete a lengthy online application form, book an appointment and attend one of the three UK-based Chinese visa application centres in London, Manchester or Edinburgh to have their fingerprints registered.

The Travel Visa Company’s one-page application form negates the recently introduced process.

The new visa service supplied by the Travel Visa Company is a single entry visa for two or more tourists who enter and exit China together and staying no more than 30 days.

Karen Taylor, Joint Managing Director of The Travel Visa Company, comments: “The latest Chinese Visa requirements are proving extremely problematic for our clients who have booked holidays to China. Travellers are getting frustrated as they have to make a personal appearance at one of the three application centres that cover the UK, especially as the appointments are only available Monday to Friday before 3pm.  Those applicants that are unable to secure an appointment are facing the potential of missed departure dates.

“In a bid to ease the situation for our clients and the travel industry, we travelled to China to meet with officials, enabling the introduction of our new service.”

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