A new-version online visa application form and appointment system for Chinese visa will be launched by the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China in HKSAR from May 10, 2021. The specific arrangements are as follows:


1.According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China & National Immigration Administration's Announcement on the Temporary Suspension of Entry by Foreign Nationals Holding Valid Chinese Visas or Residence Permits implemented since March 28, 2020, the special visa policy will still be valid during the COVID-19 pandemic


(Please visit http://www.fmcoprc.gov.hk/eng/fwxx/wgrqz/ for latest notices and Q&As).


2. From May 10, applicants who meet the above requirements can visit https://cova.mfa.gov.cn to fill in a new-version online visa application form, and then visit http://avas.cs.mfa.gov.cn to make an appointment. 



Please sign and submit the printed visa application form and confirmation page, together with other supporting documents to the Chinese Visa Application Service Center in HKSAR


(Opening hours: 09:00-16:00 from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays) during the appointed slot. Applicants can also do the online application and make an appointment via the website of Chinese Visa Application Service Center (https://bio.visaforchina.org/HKG2_EN).


3. Holders of diplomatic and service (official) passports should also visit https://cova.mfa.gov.cn to fill in the new-version online visa application form, and submit the application directly to the Consular Department of the Commissioner's Office (Address: 4F, China Resources Building, 26 Harbor Road, Wanchai) without an prior appointment.


4. Applicants may still make an appointment through Chinese Visa Application Service Center and submit the old-version application form from May 10 to June 10. 


Since June 10, all applicants (excluding Macao visa applicants) must fill in the new-version online application form and make an online appointment, and Chinese Visa Application Service Center in HKSAR will no longer accept non-appointment applications and old-version application forms.


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Chinese Visa Updates ( May 2021 )


A new-version online visa application form and appointment system for Chinese visa will be launched by the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China in HKSAR from May 10, 2021. The specific arrangements are as follows:


1.According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China & National Immigration Administration's Announcement on the Temporary Suspension of Entry by Foreign Nationals Holding Valid Chinese Visas or Residence Permits implemented since March 28, 2020, the special visa policy will still be valid during the COVID-19 pandemic


(Please visit http://www.fmcoprc.gov.hk/eng/fwxx/wgrqz/ for latest notices and Q&As).


2. From May 10, applicants who meet the above requirements can visit https://cova.mfa.gov.cn to fill in a new-version online visa application form, and then visit http://avas.cs.mfa.gov.cn to make an appointment. 



Please sign and submit the printed visa application form and confirmation page, together with other supporting documents to the Chinese Visa Application Service Center in HKSAR


(Opening hours: 09:00-16:00 from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays) during the appointed slot. Applicants can also do the online application and make an appointment via the website of Chinese Visa Application Service Center (https://bio.visaforchina.org/HKG2_EN).


3. Holders of diplomatic and service (official) passports should also visit https://cova.mfa.gov.cn to fill in the new-version online visa application form, and submit the application directly to the Consular Department of the Commissioner's Office (Address: 4F, China Resources Building, 26 Harbor Road, Wanchai) without an prior appointment.


4. Applicants may still make an appointment through Chinese Visa Application Service Center and submit the old-version application form from May 10 to June 10. 


Since June 10, all applicants (excluding Macao visa applicants) must fill in the new-version online application form and make an online appointment, and Chinese Visa Application Service Center in HKSAR will no longer accept non-appointment applications and old-version application forms.


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