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We send out automatic email updates when we receive, submit, or pickup and mailback your application. If you do not get them, please check spam folder, add our email address to your contact list.

Letting us know when and how you mailed your documents enables us better serving you. We use information your provide to estimate when your document will arrive at our office, and take immediate action if we suspect anything may be going wrong.

Name of Contact Person (as appears exactly on your order form)
Order ID

To tell us when and how you mailed your documents, or submit additional information, please use the section below

Mailing Method
Mail Date/Time
Tracking Number (if available)
Additional Information

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If you experience difficulty using this new Javascript form, please use the traditional form to track order status or update information.

What should I do after I submit my Chinese visa order?

  1. After you submit your order, you should get an email from us. If you do not get one, please check your spam folder.
  2. After you mail your application documents to us, please let us know the mailing information (tracking order status and submit supplemental information). We will watch your mail arriving.
  3. We expect that you mail your application within 5 days.

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Shipping Tips

Always allow extra days for shipping.

USPS certified, registered, or signature confirmation are slow, usually takes 3-5 days.

Mail travels slower during holidays, and priority mail can take more than a week around Christmas.

Cushion Mailers get damaged frequently. Priority or Priority Mail Express envelopes, available free at post office or FedEx, offer better protection.

UPS Ground and FedEx Ground are not recommended for long distance -- envelopes frequently arrived damaged.