Chinese New Year

Travel to China is one of the most popular ways of exploring the country. Chinese culture has much to offer visitors in terms of modernisation, gastronomy and more. There are many cities in China with interesting history and heritage; some are extremely beautiful. Here is a short guide to help you plan your trip to China

Travel to China is restricted to citizens of the People’s Republic of China aged sixty-five years and above. Entry into the People s Republic of China has been suspended on February 26th. You should avoid Non-Essential Travel to China at this time. Travel safety status has not been updated since January 2021.

Citizens of China who wish to leave the country for any reason are required to obtain exit or travel permits from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Citizens of the PRC wishing to apply for a visa for a stay in another country require a visa application confirmation. These requirements can often be quite strict. Visa application confirmation cards are now required for all international travel, employment and study. For citizens of the PRC who do not have these cards, and are unable to prove their identity, they will need to undergo a period of detention.

Travel to China is controlled by the Beijing Municipal Government. There are three levels of exit visa controls. The first, for tourists only, lasts for two weeks. Visitors who are travelling on business must obtain an exit visa prior to leaving for two consecutive weeks. The last type of exit visa is for business travellers that are travelling to China for three or more consecutive months.

In order to travel to China for an extended period of time without a visa, it is necessary to arrange your itinerary so that you arrive and depart from the same airport. The customs officer at the airport may direct you to the nearest Chinese embassy if you do not have a resident visa. Many people travelling to China will arrange for their onward journey to take place at the main Chinese embassy. They will pay the fees and charges associated with this service and then arrange their own entry stamp at the customs checkpoint upon arrival. When travelling to China for business purposes, your passport needs to be endorsed by a Chinese representative.

Citizens of the PRC can also get an exit visa from the Shariffptin International Airport in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This is often the easiest way for a tourist to leave the country for extended periods of time. However, there are other ways to travel to China for a period of time without a visa. Citizens of the PRC are allowed to enter and leave China via diplomatic and consular personnel. It is necessary for citizens of the PRC to ensure they have a current resident visa when travelling to China.

It is important to note that the Dubai Bureau of Immigration enforces the entry ban and exit ban on all Chinese nationals and anyone travelling to or leaving the UAE from Dubai. For individuals travelling to or within the UAE, Chinese nationals face no entry or exit ban on their stay if they have their PRC visa. There are, however, specific cases where persons travelling to or within the UAE may require a valid passport issued by the China foreign ministry. This requires the completion of a relevant formalities such as an application and an inspection before the visa can be approved. These checks are usually performed at the port of departure or at the airport upon arrival.

It is important to note that persons travelling to or within the UAE have to obtain a valid passport from the Arabian Gulf Secretariat if they wish to leave the country for three months or less or for a period of more than three months. For those travelling outside the UAE, foreigners will need to have a valid passport that was granted at the port of embarkation. In addition, there are some activities that Chinese national may be required to perform that would require them to obtain an exit or entry visa. For instance, students who reside in China and want to travel outside the country will have to obtain a visa prior to travelling to participate in the academic year abroad. As a reminder, the Chinese government has suspended the issuance of foreign national passports to certain persons that are believed to be engaging in activities that promote China’s interests abroad including: human trade, protest actions, illegal business activities and state security threats.