RapidVisa is the Largest Provider of China Family Visas
If your Fiancée, wife or parent is in China, Hong Kong or Macau you need RapidVisa. We process more Chinese family visas in one month than other processor do in a full year. We are the China to USA Visa Experts. Nobody has more up-to-date information on the Chinese visa process than RapidVisa.
The process for bringing a family member to the USA from China is entirely a United States government process. The Chinese government is not involved in any way. All required government documents are in English only. Chinese companies have no access to the U.S. embassy and can't go with you to the embassy interview or call them on your behalf. For this reason we strongly suggest you avoid Chinese owned visa companies. A Chinese owned and based visa company will not properly understand how the U.S. government works and will not be able to help you once you leave China. We all know just how complicated U.S. government forms are. It is just not possible for a person who did not grow up in the United States and whose native language is not English to fully understand the forms and instructions. If you pay a Chinese company for visa services and are not satisfied, it is nearly impossible to get a refund or to pursue legal action against that company. Even if you don't use the services of RapidVisa, please only deal with a company that is American owned and has a physical office in the United States.
Nobody, including RapidVisa has any "pull" or "influence" with any U.S. embassy. Most Chinese visa companies claim to have a relationship with the U.S. embassy and some even claim to employ former U.S. consulate officers. None of this is true and if it was it would likely be illegal. Chinese citizens are quite used to corrupt or influenceable government employees and so they often believe this hype about the U.S. embassy. It is your right to receive a visa for your legitimate family member. You don't need to cheat, bribe or overpay anybody to claim this benefit. Just get the paperwork right and your visa will be granted. Don't look for shortcuts or special treatment because there are none (at least none that are legal).
Chinese consultation line:
400-073-0599 (From China)
702-866-9718 (From the U.S)
12:00 AM to 9:00 AM China Time, Tuesday – Saturday
Important Information for the China Embassy Interview
The Guangzhou U.S. Consulate General is now in a new modern facility in the Zhujiang New Town neighborhood of Guangzhou. All interviews are done at this location. The entrance is located on Huaxia Road near Zhujiang New Town Metro Station Exit B1.
Schedule Your Guangzhou Visa Interview
After you have completed the steps on the Immigrant Visa Process on travel.state.gov, the National Visa Center (NVC) will conduct preliminary processing on your case. Your case will then be forwarded to U.S. Consulate Guangzhou for pre-interview processing, after which you will receive a notification to complete the required immigrant visa application form (DS-160) and prepare the necessary documents. Once your case becomes qualified for an interview, you will be notified to go to visa application services to schedule an interview. Give us a call for help.
Immigrant Visa Instructions (external link to U.S. Embassy Guangzhou)
For CR-1 & IR-1 Spousal Visas, CR-2 and IR-2 Child Visas and IR-5 Parent Visas
Fiancee Visa Instructions (external link to U.S. Embassy Guangzhou)
For K-1 Fiancee Visas and K-2 Child Visas
Testimonials from China
I am giving my thanks to the whole staff of Rapid Visa being there always to assists me here in USA and assist my fiancée Jaime in the Philippine office. It took me a long time to search for a lawyer but fees are so high until 1 day I saw online Rapid Visa. And its really rapid in everything. I do appreciate the kindness, more on the patience of each and everyone of them in guiding us in every little thing until the time that my fiancée left for USA. More power to YOU
May 22, 2013 = mailed papers for review and mailing to Colorado office c/o Chona mailed same day to USCIS
May 31,2013= USCIS received papers as indicated in the NOA1.
August 8,2013 = petition for K1 Visa approved. Received NOA 2 on Aug. 26,2013
Oct 02,2013= medical at St. Lukes
Oct 08,2013 = interview at us embassy Manila, passed with only a couple of personal questions
Oct 21, 2013= had CFO
Oct 22,2013 = flight to USA
Oct 29,2003=got married...…. Now started with the filing of AOS with Rapid Visa again....
FYI: the delay of processing from between August to October was caused by the renewal of passport there in the Philippines, if not for the passport ,( its not a job of the Rapid Visa ), in 4 months time my fiancée must have been here in USA.....
MABUHAY Rapid Visa!!!!!! Many thanks to you.
~ Marilyn and Jaime
Excellent service. The guys at Rapidvisa were there every time we had a question and were very helpful when we did. We are very happy with the service and would recommend it to others!
~ Erin and Clem
My wife and I just wanted to say thank you for everything that your team has done to make the K1 Visa process easy. The K1 Visa process can be very stressful, but the way you set up the forms for all the documentation is amazing; I’ve never seen anything like it. Because we’ve used you for the K1 Visa, we used you for the Adjustment of Status as well. It was great because you had already kept our information in your system and automatically input it into some of the forms. This is a tremendous system that you have, it is clear and concise, and we are happy to have found your team to help us through this process. The best part is that somebody has always answered a question that we have had, and has been very friendly and willing to help us with anything that we needed. This is what really sets your company apart!
My wife and I are currently living in sunny San Diego and are expecting our first child in July :D. Again, we thank you again for all of your hard work and dedication towards your customers!"
~ Cameron and Luisa