Planning a trip to China from Dubai? Now you can apply for a tourist visa from Dubai with Go Kite Travel and Tours. With our expert guidance, you can apply for a tourist visa to China with a higher chance of getting the visa. If you wish to travel to China from the UAE, then you should submit a tourist visa application at a mission of China or a visa centre at least 15 days before travel. The processing time for a China visa is three to four working days and it may change based on nationality. Most travellers need a Visa to enter China from Dubai except those who gets visa on arrival when travelling to China from Dubai.
The below listed nationalities gets free visa when travelling from the UAE and if you hold a Taiwan Passport then you will get on arrival visa.
The below-listed nationalities can apply (UAE Residents) for a tourist visa to China from Dubai. There are different types of visas for different purposes. Visit visas are consist of several types, which are respectively marked as L, F, M, Z, X1, X2, C, J1, J2. G, D, Q1, Q2, S1, S2, and R. Those who want to China from Dubai for leisure purposes need to apply for L Visa – Tourist Visa before travelling to China. The Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau have different systems and requirements.
Your Chinese Tourist visa is known as L-Visa issues for leisure purposes or visiting friends and family. The Tourist visa is valid for 90-180 Days and you can stay for a period of 60 Days. The duration of the stay depends on the purpose of your visit. Most visas are issued for 30 days and can be extended if you wish to stay in China for longer than 30 Days. Based on your application you will get single or multiple entry visas.
Tourist visas can be applied for both individually and as a part of the group. The documents may vary for each type of application and if you are visiting China as part of an organized tour group your tourist visa type will be China Collective Tourist Visa (Tourist Group Visa).
3. Application Form
Duly filled application form issued by the Embassy of China. Fully concluded in English and signed and dated by the applicant himself ( signed by both parents in case of minors, below the age of 18)
4. When you arrive in China you must have the below-listed documents:
5. Travel Documents: