Transit Visa / G Visa
1. Basic documentation
and application form
(1) Actual passport having at
least six months validity left before expiration and with
more than one blank visa page.
(2) A valid visa of the
country of destination, or an invitation, and an airline
ticket/travel itinerary showing transit through China may be
* In general, it is not necessary to provide
the above-mentioned documentation. If required, the consular
official will telephone you.
(3) One completed Visa
Application Form (BG-01) with one additional passport photo
(black & white or color is
If the application form is
not completely filled out, or it is not legible, this may
cause a delay in processing or the denial of visa.
Methods of Application and Processing Time
Service. To apply for a visa, applicants can appear in
person at the visa office of the Chinese Embassy, or
designate a representative or travel agency to
The regular processing time is four (4)
business days. Applicant may request expedited processing,
available only with the approval of the consular official
accepting the application. Additional fees of NIS 150 for
one (1) working day and NIS 100 for 2-3 working days will be
The Chinese Embassy currently does not accept
3. Visa Fee and Visa Validity
The Embassy does not accept personal checks. Please
pay in cash.
The following visa fees are applicable to
Number of Entry Validity Duration
Visa Fee (WALK-IN SERVICE ONLY)
Single 90 days 007
days NIS 80
Double 90 days 007 days (each entry) NIS
* Generally, a visa is valid for 90 days from the
date of issue. To avoid delays in obtaining visas and
unnecessary costs relating to rush service fees, please
apply for your visa no earlier than three months and no
later than thirty days before the planned date of departure
to avoid expiration of the visa.
* Any person suffering from mental disorder,
leprosy, AIDS, venereal diseases, contagious tuberculosis or
other diseases shall not be allowed to enter China.
The Validity of the Visa, Duration of Stay, and Number of
Entries, are issued at the discretion of consular officers,
whose decisions are based strictly on the laws and
regulations of the Chinese Government. The consular officers
have the authority to refuse any applications inconsistent
with Chinese laws and regulations. The consular officers are
entitled to change and/or revoke issued visas. They reserve
the right to refuse any application and withhold disclosure
of the reason for the refusal.