You might not notice that Chinese intellectuals have influenced the world in such a profound way from the ancient time to now. Confucius and Laozi have shaped the way that Chinese people thinking until today.
Did you know that paper was invented by Cai Lun almost 2,000 years ago? Even a three-year old child in China can tell peoms from Li Bai and Du Fu's how live in the Tang Dynasty. You might be surprised to learn that Chen-Ning Franklin Yang and Tsung-Dao Lee won the Nobel Prize in 1950s, and Chinese writer Mo Yan was the winner of Nobel Prize in Literature in 2012.
Colleges and universities in China are opening their doors for U.S. students. No matter you are going China for a short term language study, to pursuit higher education, or even for a summer camp, a Chinese visa is needed before departure. Besides regular materials that are required for a Chinese visa, an approved Foreign Student Application Form (JW101 or JW202) issued by the Chinese unit must be submitted at the same time you submit your Chinese visa application to us. The original copy and a photocopy of your JW101 or JW 202 should be sent in at the same time.
Please be advised that if you are going to China for a course or program that is shorter than six months, you only need to apply for an F visa. An invitation letter or a letter to confirm you are invited by a school, college or university for this short term program is needed.
Please contact China Visa Solutions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-752-0991 for more information.
Please feel free to send us your detailed information for your Chinese visa needs. We will reply you with a document check list for your reference. Please take advantage of this free and no obligation offer from CVS.