Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

No, the visa application has its own process, and depending on the type of procedure selected, the collection date varies. Regular service in Madrid takes 5 working days, expedited service 3 working days, and regular service just 8 working days in Barcelona.

If a foreign individual will only be inside the airport (and not cross the border) for no longer than 24 hours and has a valid connecting ticket with confirmed seating on an international aircraft, they are exempt from needing a visa to transit through China by air.

A visa is required for every Indian travelling to China. A visa given by China to a potential traveller is referred to as a Chinese Visa rather than a China Visa. Since there are various kinds of Chinese visas, you should be aware of why you're visiting and the kind of visa you'll need for that.

In general, if you select the regular processing time, a Chinese visa will take 6 to 8 working days. If you select a hurry option, it may just take three days to acquire your Chinese visa, while an express service may take four to five working days.

Usually, a Chinese visa is only acceptable for three months

Ans:- No, Indian nationals cannot obtain a visa for China upon arrival. To enter the nation, you must have a current passport and a tourist visa.