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Chinese Visa Application Form

Chinese Visa Application Form


A Chinese Visa Application Form is used by the Government of China for foreign nationals seeking entrance into the country.  Temporary visas are available for students, government officials, and business purposes. 

In this case, we are using the Chinese Visa Application Form provided by the government of China.   Examples of the Chinese Visa Application form can be found online or through the Chinese embassy.    

The first step in completing the form is to provide your general information in the first section.

1. Provide your name, sex, Chinese name, nationality, birthday, and passport information.  You must also indicate in box 1.14 your current occupation or status.

2. In section 2, you must indicate your reason for travel to China.  You must select the major purpose of your visit, the number of entries you will make, the date of entry, the counties and cities you plan to travel, and whether you need expedited visa service. 

3.  In section 3, you must include your health information and previous travel to other nations.  Check yes or no in the corresponding boxes to indicate your health status.  Any yes answer requires that you provide an explanation of your answer, which must be attached to your Chinese visa application form.

4. Provide your contact information in section 4.  Include your employer or school contact, your home address, and phone contact numbers.

5. Section 5 can be used for stating additional information that pertains to your visa application.  Leave blank if you do not have anything to write. 

6. If the application was filled out by another person than the applicant, that person must fill out section 6 with their name and contact information. 

7. At the end of the Chinese visa application form, the applicant must sign and date the form.

8. Submit the form to the local Chinese embassy and keep a copy for your records.    


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Form I-602 Application by Refugee for Waiver of Grounds of Excludabiltiy


The Form I-602, titled the Application of Refugee for Waiver of Grounds of Excludability, is required for a refugee who has been found inadmissible to the United States for reasons such as a felony conviction or the presence of health conditions. The Form I-602 will enable this individual to apply for a waiver of such inadmissibility on the grounds of humanitarian reasons, national interest or family unity. The Form I-602 will be filed with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service office that processed the refugee’s original I-590 form.

The Form I-602 consists of three pages; the first page will ask for basic information, including your family name, your full name, your present full address, your date of birth, your country of birth and your country of citizenship. 

The next portion of the Form I-602 will allow to explain why you were ruled inadmissible or ineligible for adjustment of status. Once you have given the reasons for your label, you will then check the box requesting your justification for being granted your Waiver; the reasons, as stated before include humanitarian reasons, to assure family unity and in public interest. Once you have checked the appropriate box, you will list the reasons for receiving your waiver; a large space is provided for you to illustrate your justification. Once you have submitted this information you must sign and date the document to satisfy the requirements of the Form I-602. The remaining sections of the document will be filed by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service; these sections will notify their decision and will elucidate upon why they reached that particular decision. 

If you are granted a waiver, you must satisfy part 3 of the application when the document is sent back to you; this section is simply an oath and requires you agree to go directly to the physician or health facility named in the document, present copies of your medical examination, agree to treatment if required and remain under such treatment. Following your signature to uphold this oath the document will be signed by a medical provider and will be officially completed. 

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Form DS-11 US Passport Application Form


When applying for US Passport of Passport Card, you must fill out Form DS-11 US Passport Application Form.

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Form I-864 Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the Act


Form I-864, also known as the Affidavit of Support Form for family and employment based immigrants. The form I0864 must be filed whenever an immigrant seeks a visa and is being sponsored by a relative, either as a family member or for work.

The form can be found on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service website, which we will be using to review the form.  
Once you have the form I-864, you must begin to fill out the required information.  

In part 1, you must state the reason you are filing the Affidavit of Support for the immigration applicant. 

1. You must state your name while also indicating your relationship with the applicant.  

2. If required, you may have to explain why you are filing this petition in detail.

In box 2, you must provide the information for the principal immigrant, which is the person you are petitioning for.  

3. Fill out all of the applicable information, such as the name and address of the subject immigrant.  

4. The immigrant may or may not have a social security number or an Alien Registration number.   

In box 3, you must list all of the immigrants you are currently sponsoring.

5. Besides names, you will also have to list their relationship to the subject immigrant of this form I-864. 

In parts 4 through 7, you must provide detailed information about the immigrant’s sponsor.  

6. Besides your basic information, you will also need to provide information about your household size, your income, and your tax return information.

7. This information will be reviewed in conjunction with your Affidavit of Support for the immigrant.  

Part 7 will require that you list your major assets held and all of your household’s assets.

8. Ensure that you have all of this information and that it is as accurate as possible.  You may need to contact other household members in order to completely fill out these sections of the form I-864. 

Finally, in part 8, you are required to sign the sponsor’s contract.

9. The sponsor’s contract is a statement that you understand what it means to be a sponsor for an immigrant, how your assets will be affected for taxation purposes, and when your obligations will end.  

10. It is important that you sign and date the certification, as the form I-864 will not be complete. 

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