China Visa For Denmark Passport Holders

China eVisa Requirements from Denmark

China Visa for Danish Citizens

If you're a citizen of Denmark planning a trip to China, it's essential to understand the visa requirements before your departure. China requires citizens of most countries, including Denmark, to obtain a visa prior to arrival. Below is an overview of the visa application process for Danish citizens.

Types of China Visa for Danish Citizens

  • Tourist Visa (L Visa): Suitable for those traveling for tourism purposes, visiting family or friends, or participating in activities that do not involve remunerative activities.
  • Business Visa (M Visa): Intended for individuals traveling to China for business-related purposes, such as attending meetings, conferences, or negotiating contracts.
  • Work Visa (Z Visa): Required for individuals planning to work in China. This visa type necessitates sponsorship from a Chinese employer.
  • Student Visa (X Visa): Issued to students enrolled in educational institutions in China for long-term study programs.
  • Transit Visa (G Visa): Applicable for travelers transiting through China to a third destination and staying in China for less than 24/72 hours, depending on the transit duration.

Eligibility Criteria of China Visa for Danish Citizens

  • Valid Passport: Applicants must possess a valid passport with at least six months of validity remaining beyond the intended stay in China. The passport must have at least one blank visa page for the visa stamp.
  • Health Requirements: While not always mandatory, applicants may need to provide a recent medical certificate or vaccination records, especially in cases where health concerns are prevalent.
  • No Criminal Record: Applicants should not have a criminal record or be involved in any activities deemed detrimental to China's national interests.
  • Compliance with Chinese Laws: Applicants must agree to abide by Chinese laws and regulations during their stay in China.

Documents Required for China Visa as Danish Citizen

  • passport,
  • a completed visa application form,
  • a recent passport-sized photo,
  • proof of travel arrangements (flight and hotel bookings),
  • additional supporting documents depending on the specific visa type and purpose of travel.

How to Apply for China Visa as Danish Citizen

  • Visit the VisitsVisa website and create an account.
  • Select the "Apply for an eVisa" option and choose Denmark as the destination country.
  • Enter your personal details, passport information, travel information, and contact information.
  • Upload a recent passport-size photograph and a scanned copy of your passport.
  • Review your application and pay the visa fee using a credit or debit card.
  • Once your application is approved, you will receive an email with a link to download your e-Visa.
  • Print out the e-Visa and present it at the port of entry in Denmark.

China Visa Fee for Danish Citizens

Different visa types (e.g., tourist, business, medical) have different fee structures. Fees typically increase for visas with longer validity periods. If you plan a longer stay or have different purposes for your visit, then China visa fees for Danish is approx. 145 USD:

FAQs About China Visa For Denmark Citizen & Other Topics.

Yes, Danish citizens generally need a visa to visit China

  • Tourist Visa: Single or multiple entry for leisure travel.
  • Business Visa: Single or multiple entry for business purposes.
  • Work Permit: Required for employment in China.
  • Student Visa: For education stays in China.

You can apply online at our official website VisitsVisa

Every Danish citizen with a valid Danish passport and clean criminal record

  • Original passport
  • Visa application form
  • Passport-sized photographs
  • Travel insurance
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Proof of travel

To obtain the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the cost of a China visa for citizens of Romania, I recommend checking with the VisitsVisa experts

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No, as such there is no age restriction for China visa

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In some case it is possible to get visa within 24 hours.

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No, Visa application fee is non refundable

There are different types of visa available you need to check out with the experts.

Yes, you need to apply for separate visa