Introduction to Business Visa Materials and Procedures for Malaysians in China

For Malaysian citizens who wish to travel to China for business activities, obtaining a business visa is the first step. This visa is designed specifically for business and trade personnel to ensure that they conduct business legally within China. To successfully apply for this visa, it is necessary to prepare detailed materials such as passport, visa application form, work certificate, itinerary arrangement, etc., and follow the prescribed application process. This article will provide you with a detailed introduction to the materials and procedures required for Malaysian business visas to China, helping you easily handle visa applications and embark on a business trip to China.

The process and required materials for Malaysian citizens to apply for Chinese business visas are as follows:

1. Preparation materials: You need to prepare the following documents:

  • A valid passport must be valid for more than 6 months and have at least two blank pages.
  • Complete the visa application form and attach a recent 2-inch color photo.
  • A business invitation letter or invitation confirmation letter issued by a Chinese company.
  • Work certificate, proving that you have a stable job and income in Malaysia.
  • Detailed business itinerary arrangements, including business meetings, negotiations, inspections, etc.
  • Proof of round-trip flight reservation.
  • Proof of hotel reservation.

2. Submission of materials: Submit the prepared materials to the visa application service center for application.

3. Waiting for approval: The visa application center will review the materials and notify the applicant promptly if there is a need for additional materials or interview requirements.

4. Passport and visa collection: After obtaining the visa approval, you can go to the visa application center to collect your passport and visa.

Kind reminder: Complete business activities within the validity period of the visa and ensure that the stay time does not exceed the maximum period allowed by the visa.

In addition, from 0:00 on December 1, 2023 to 24:00 on November 30, 2024 Beijing time, Malaysian passport holders who travel to China for business, tourism, visiting relatives and friends, and transit for no more than 15 days are eligible for visa free entry. Individuals who do not meet the visa exemption criteria and time limit still need to apply for a visa to China before entering the country.

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