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Crew Visa (C-visa)
2012/05/11

Crew Visa (C-visa) is issued to a crew member performing his/her duties on board of an international train, airliner, ocean-liner or freighter.

I.Please provide the following documents:

i.Original passport remaining to be valid for at least six months from the date of application and with at least two blank visa pages.

ii.One completed Visa Application Form (e-Form / Download) with a recently-taken passport photo stuck on it. The application form should be fully filled in with genuine information; if the applicant has a Chinese name, the Chinese name should be filled in; false or incomplete information and illegible characters may lead to refusal of a visa.

iii.You should provide an aviation permit or company letter according to the bilateral agreement or as required by the Chinese side. Crew members of foreign airways who perform international flight mission on an airline of China under an exchange program should provide visa notification issued by an authorized unit in China (original).

II.Visa fee, period of validity and duration of stay

i.Pay visa and service fees when collecting passport;

ii.Schedule of visa Fees and Service Fees

iii.C-visa issued by the Chinese Embassy is valid for a period of three months with single entry or double entries. Duration of stay is decided by Consular Officers in the light of actual need.

iv.Consular Officers decide on the visa's period of validity, duration of stay and number of entry in the light of China's laws and regulations.

v.Whether a visa is to be issued or not, and what type of visa to be issued shall be decided by Consular Officers in the light of China's relevant laws and regulations.

vi.C-Visa is used only for the purpose of performing duties as a crew member. C-visa holders who come to China for the purposes other than performing such a duty or those who intend to continue to stay in China for personal reasons after completion of their duties have to apply for an appropriate visa.

VII. A C-Visa holder must enter into or exit from China with the aircraft (train and ship) he or she works for, otherwise, he or she should apply for another type of visa.

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