Are there any special requirements for Chinese visa applicants who have served in the military?

Category: News Date: 2024-02-08 Views: 14

Yes, there are some special requirements for Chinese visa applicants who have served in the military.

When applying for a Chinese visa, former military personnel must provide the following additional documents:

1 )A copy of their military discharge papers or other proof of military service.

2 )A letter from their former commanding officer or other authorized official stating the following:

  • The applicant's rank and position.
  • The dates of the applicant's military service.
  • The reason for the applicant's discharge or separation from the military.
  • If the applicant is a retired military officer, they must also provide a copy of their retirement certificate.

In addition, former military personnel may be required to undergo additional security checks. This may include an interview with a Chinese embassy or consulate official.

It is important to note that the Chinese government reserves the right to deny visas to former military personnel who are deemed to be a security risk.

If you have served in the military and are planning to apply for a Chinese visa, it is important to be aware of these special requirements. You should start the visa application process well in advance to allow enough time for the additional security checks.

Some embassies may require you to submit a statement declaring your military service history. We can provide you with a sample format for this statement upon request, but only if you have placed an order with our agency.

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