China Travel Agency Announces the New Exit-and-entry Regulation for Foreigners Released by Chinese Authorities

The new regulation will be put into effect from September 1st of this year, aiming to standardize the issue of visas for foreigners.

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We do not want this new regulation to be as a barrier preventing you from traveling to China. Any questions please feel free to contact us. -- Helen Wang

(PRWEB) July 27, 2013

This Monday, Chinese authorities have announced a new exit-and-entry regulation, aiming to standardize the issue of visas for foreigners. These new rules will be effective from September 1st of this year.

WindhorseTour, a top travel agency with 10 years experience of tailor making private tours to China and Tibet, is always up-to-date with the latest policy changes on their website.

The new visa regulation offers for 12 types of categories for foreign travelers to choose. The six New and revised visa categories include:

1. F visa: For travelers who arrive for exchanges and visits.
2. M visa: For travelers on trade and business missions.
3. Q visa: For overseas Chinese traveling for family reunions, including Q1 and Q2.
4. R visa: For foreign workers whose skills are urgently needed by China.
5. S visa: For foreigners who come for family reunions, including S1 and S2.
6. L visa: For general visitors.

The other six regular visa categories, such as C visa, D visa and Z visa will have no rules changing.

In addition, financial, educational, medical, and telecommunications institutions, when necessary, can verify foreigners' identities with exit-entry management agencies of local public security organs.

The regulation also addresses illegal entry, residence, and employment. Foreigners staying beyond the period permitted by his or her visa or residence certificate will be deemed to be residing illegally.

Other behaviors which will also be considered illegal include remaining in China beyond the visas-fee period and moving beyond any areas to which his or her stay is restricted.

Helen Wang, the sales manager at WindhorseTour expressed, “We do not want this new regulation to be as a barrier preventing you from traveling to China. Any questions please feel free to contact us. Me and our Travel Advisors will be pleasant to offer you the expert advices.”

WindhorseTour specializes in creating tailor made experiences based on every client’s unique needs and operating groups to all provinces in China. Please visit WindhorseTour.com for more information or contact them.

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