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Oasis China Visa Offers New Rush Chinese Travel Visa Program

08-12-2008 11:33 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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Chinese Travel Visa

Chinese Travel Visa

Oasis China Visa now offers a new rush China visa program. Customers can now receive their completed Chinese travel visa in just 3 days.

POTOMAC, MARYLAND -- Oasis China Visa is now offering a rush service on their Chinese travel visa program. Instead of waiting the standard two weeks, customers with immediate travel plans can now receive their China visa only three days after mailing it to Oasis China Visa.

“We know that many people need last minute Chinese visas and we’re able to help meet that need. Normally, travelers to China need to gather all their paperwork together and travel to the Chinese embassy or consulate in person. Instead, they can now send the necessary paperwork to us and we take care of everything. We know that traveling overseas can be stressful enough and we hope our service alleviates some of our customers’ stress,” said Eric Tian of Oasis China Visa (http://www.oasischinavisa.com/).

The new rush service is completed in just three days, which includes mailing time. The company is able to obtain Chinese visas in only six hours, meaning the Chinese travel visa is back in the mail to the customer later the same day it is received by Oasis China Visa. Customers will need to make sure they have all the necessary paperwork completely filled out before sending them to Oasis China Visa. The documents needed for each visa type are listed on the company’s website.

The rush fee is $89.99, plus $160 which is the rush fee charged by the Chinese embassy. Regular fees are $29.99, plus the $130 charged by the Chinese embassy. Chinese visas are available for a one-time trip or for multiple visits in either 12 or 24 months. A tracking service is included in the cost so that customers never have a question about the status of their Chinese travel visa.

“Our new rush service is available for all types of Chinese visas, including tourist visas, business visas, study visas, work visas and any others. We know which documents are required for each visa type and ensure all the documents are in order before trying to obtain a visa for our clients. Couple this with our tracking system and our clients never have a question about the status of their China visa,” said Tian.

Media Contact:
Eric Tian
2697 International Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
1-866-312-8472
http://www.oasischinavisa.com

About Oasis China Visa: Oasis China Visa (http://www.oasischinavisa.com/) specializes in obtaining Chinese visas for travelers planning a visit to China. The company handles all paperwork and steps involved with the processing of a China visa application, enabling travelers to enjoy stress-free travel preparation.

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