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
Honestly, the service was good. Getting a visa is a complex and hazy business, but the people at rapid visa helped me along. It's nice that they are always available, and I'm quite glad I didn't go with a lawyer
~ Luke and Jing
Of course when this whole process started I didn't know where to look or how to go about it, all I knew was that I wanted to marry the woman I love. Figured it'd be easier marrying a Canadian who speaks English fluently than a foreign woman from other countries: Wrong. Just as hard. So since I wasn't sure exactly what they were looking for with certain questions nor was I sure what kind of order/format all the different paperwork had to be in... I signed up with Rapid Visa. My experience with the Montreal Embassy Visa Process was horrible. The initial parts in the U.S. were done quite well but then it went downhill from there. Rapid Visa turned a horrible situation into a working situation and helped tremendously. The Embassy at Montreal never sent a notice and after having bugged them multiple times over weeks at the ONE venue of contact they had (e-mail, no phone support whatsoever) they got back to me sending me a copy of the acceptance of the petition that they supposedly sent (Neither my wife nor myself received a copy of this until almost a year later after my several attempts at contact). Then they had further instructions for setting up a courier for further paperwork that reflected an adjustment of status that I had no idea they were going to request just yet even though we weren't filing for one.
To top it all off, the instructions they included did not mirror the process whatsoever and there were no couriers near my wife. This is after waiting a year, and with myself in the Military- there was a time constraint (Especially after Montreal). It was nothing but a year of headaches to do with the process but the Rapid Visa staff were immediately on the phone whenever I had any questions with expert advise, they truly are subject matter experts. After ditching the Visa process through Canada because the Montreal Embassy was simply horrid to work through and because we weren't able to go there for answers (it was the nearest embassy to her, but it was quite the distance), we got married and RapidVisa simply changed our package from a Fiancée Visa to an Adjustment of Status free of charge. Absolutely free with hours of help on the phone. I didn't even know there was other paperwork I was supposed to file separately until I saw the packaged PDF files Rapid Visa had set up. If it wasn't for Rapid Visa, I probably wouldn't be living happily with my wife right now. I cannot articulate how painful the immigration process was for us but I can neither emphasize how much Rapid Visa helped. Since then we got her a green card, we've had a beautiful son and are living happily. I've felt with the costs and work associated with U.S. immigration that it deters couples from being together, but Rapid Visa was a comparatively small investment in our happiness that paid off amazingly. Thank you for being there Rapid Visa.
~ Tom and Ashley
We would like to thank RAPID VISA and its staff for their work, effort and time they put into helping and assisting us during our K1 visa processing... We filed our k1 visa last September 2013 and received my visa last march 2014 and arrived in USA last April 2014... We are happily married and used Rapid Visa for my AOS and got my green card last October 2014... We were so grateful for all the help of Rapid Visa, the staff are so friendly, nice and helpful.
We will probably recommend Rapid Visa to our friends who are looking for someone to help in processing their visa because Rapid Visa gave us a wonderful services. The documents needed are well explained, readily available and reviewed properly by the staff that made it easy for us to processed it... Fee are so affordable and worth for the services they rendered... Thank you so much RAPID VISA! More power and God Bless you all!!!
~ Richard and Aireen