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New Chinese Visa Applicant's system


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Old 08-07-2012, 11:39 AM
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New Chinese Visa Applicant's system

I read on the Embassy's website about some changes that will come soon.

w ww.china.embassy.gov.au/files/bjng/AVAC%20information%20sheet%202.pdf

Can someone understand this?

"Where visa applications are processed

The Australian Consulates in Shanghai and Guangzhou will be consolidated as visa processing centres for Northern and Southern China respectively.

The Australian Embassy in Beijing will be primarily responsible for liaising with Chinese Government stakeholders. They will retain a range of visa processing functions relating to travel by Chinese officials. They will also process Temporary Residence (Non-Business) visa applications for all of China.

Applications will continue to be assessed and decided by the local Australian Embassy or Consulate. Staff at an AVAC will have no involvement in the decision-making process or knowledge of the application outcome."

So, an embassy will still do all the work to do with visas.

It seems AVAC people won't actually do anything that will help with the visa process. However, they will charge a fee for doing that nothing.

Now, you pay a fee, on top of an application fee so the AVAC can give your application to another office, Then that office will do all the work and give it back to the AVAC who won't know anything about the application, who will then send it back to the applicant?

It that what the point is?


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