The demand for Chinese visas has grown rapidly in recent years in Australia. To provide a better service for visa applicants, the General Consulates of China in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, following the success of the visa centers of other countries, decide to introduce the Chinese Visa Application Service Center (CVASC). CVASC is responsible for accepting Chinese visa application of Australian ordinary passport holder and non-Australian passport holder with valid Australian visa or entry stamp, collecting visa fees on behalf of the General Consulates and returning passports.
Services offered by CVASC:
--Website containing information related to Chinese visa applications
--Call center and email reply of frequently asked questions regarding Chinese visa applications
--Online filling in the visa application form
--Online booking for application submission
--Extended office hours for submitting applications and on site queuing system
--Postal service is available to applicants.
Advantages of using CVASC:
--Completing application forms online
--Shorter waiting time
--Automated enquiry service or consultant available
--Modern and efficient facilities.
CVASC is operated by CITS V Service (Australia) Pty Ltd. Strictly in line with relevant laws of Australia, CVASC takes every precaution to ensure the safety of the personal information and documents of the applicants.
While providing you with high quality services, CVASC kindly reminds you of the following:
(1) Holders of diplomatic, service (official) passport, or applicants qualified for applying for Chinese diplomatic, courtesy and service visa, or applicants applying for the Hong Kong visa/entry permit still submit their applications directly to the Chinese Consulate General without changes.
(2) CVASC has no involvement in the visa assessment and decision-making process. Whether a visa is to be issued or not to be issued, and what type of visa to be issued as well as its period of validity, number of entry and duration of stay shall be decided by the General Consulates of China in the light of China's relevant laws and regulations.