Visa services

German Entry Policy

The entry restrictions imposed due to the epidemic continue to apply to travelers from China. Within the scope allowed by the entry restriction, Germany has largely allowed individuals with important reasons from China to enter. Among the four types of special cases for travel to Germany that meet the "necessity" of the German Ministry of the Interior, the entry needs of exhibitions (visitors or exhibitors) that have been determined to be held are also listed as one of them.

At present, China is not a high-risk area of COVID-19. Therefore, travelers from China do not currently need to undergo quarantine upon entering Germany. The above information is subject to the information of the Embassy and Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in China:

*The above information is for your reference. Due to the strong risk of epidemic transmission, the entry policies and epidemic prevention and control policies of the destination and transit areas may be adjusted at any time. Please carefully review the entry requirements and the latest epidemic prevention and control regulations before traveling, and make reasonable arrangements for travel.

Visa application channels

Currently, visa applications can be made through the German Embassy in China and the German Overseas Chamber of Commerce (German Chamber of Commerce).

Website of the German Embassy in China:

German Federation of Overseas Chambers of Commerce (German Chamber of Commerce) website:

Visa preparation materials

Exhibitors/visitors are required to stay in Germany for no more than 90 days. The list of materials can be found on the official website of the German Embassy in China:

Please download the relevant instructions for departure and return inspection requirements:/keditor/attached/file/2021103/2021103075650_ 20332.ppt

US Entry Restrictions Policy

Source: Official website of the US Embassy and Consulate in China

Starting from January 26th, all passengers aged 2 and above flying to the United States must provide a negative COVID-19 virus test within three calendar days after travel. Alternatively, travelers traveling to the United States can provide documents on the recovery of COVID-19 infection within 90 days before the travel by a licensed health care provider.

The above information is for reference only. Please follow the official website of the US Embassy and Consulate in China for the latest updates:

How to apply for a visa to the United States:

Please refer to the official website of the US Embassy and Consulate in China for requirements and detailed instructions:

Brazilian Entry Restrictions Policy

Source: WeChat official account of the Chinese Embassy in Brazil

On October 5, the Civil Affairs Office of the President's Office of Brazil, the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Infrastructure jointly issued Announcement No. 658, updating relevant requirements and restrictions on entry into COVID-19 during the period of COVID-19. The main contents include:

According to Article 3 of Chapter 2 of the announcement, passengers entering Brazil by plane must provide the airline with a negative antibody test report within 24 hours before boarding or a negative RT-PCR nucleic acid test report within 72 hours before boarding. Provide a paper or electronic version of the Passenger Health Declaration (DSV) that has been completed at least 24 hours prior to boarding.

Passengers who have been infected with COVID-19 virus in the past 90 days can enter the country after the following materials are issued when their symptoms disappear and the RT-PCR nucleic acid test or antibody test is still positive, starting from the day when COVID-19 symptoms appear: the two RT-PCR nucleic acid test positive reports with an interval of more than 14 days, and the last test was conducted 72 hours before boarding; The antibody test negative report after the last positive RT-PCR nucleic acid test report; A medical certificate stating the date of travel stating that the passenger is an asymptomatic carrier and is able to travel must be issued in Portuguese, Spanish, or English, and include the identity certificate and signature of the responsible doctor.

*The above information is for reference only. Please pay attention to the most authoritative and latest immigration information published by the Chinese Embassy in Brazil (WeChat official account) and other official websites at any time before your trip.

How to apply for a visa to Brazil:

Please refer to the table for requirements and detailed instructions: