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
"RapidVisa proporcionó el 100% de lo que anunciaron. Su ayuda para asegurar la visa de prometido K1 fue exactamente lo que esperaba. No tuvimos problemas con ninguna de las trámites que se enviaron, sus cronogramas fueron precisos y no hubo intimidación debido a la documentación porque revisaron todo con un ojo experimentado."
~ Bruce y Mirllan
My fiance, Marvin and I would like to thank RapidVisa for all of the help and support. Thanks to them we were approved in under SIX MONTHS. Our petition was sent in September and February 6 he had his interview in Guatemala and was approved. Our paperwork was so seamlessly put together that his interview only last 5 minutes and they asked only 5 questions. On the 9th of February he had his visa in hand and was in the States on the 10th of FEB. Thanks again RapidVisa for EVERYTHING.
~ Kristi y Marvin
We met each other in Azua, Dominican Republic; that was on February 17th, 2013 He was in a mission trip, evangelizing with a friend... They both were at my sister's house as guests for two weeks. The second week my sister invited me to her house, to spend time with the family... That was on February 15th 2013, so on Saturday 16th 2013, I traveled to her house in Azua, from another city... That day I saw him at my sister's house, but I did not showed interest in him...
Next day Sunday 17th, I was ready to go back to my city, and my sister invited to go to church and have lunch together... So while we were making lunch, he introduced himself and said a little nervous:
I am Mike. I was surprised... Not waiting for it... and just said: oh, I am Dorcas...
After that, I was busy cooking with my sister... Later, while we were eating together his friend asked me:
Dorcas, Are you married?
No, I am divorced.
Are you praying for your husband?
I do not need a husband, I am okay (his friend ignored my answer and asked me again)
What kind of husband would you like to have?
… A rich one! (I said), (his friend was under control and asked me again)
What is it mean rich for you, Dorcas?
… I was thinking: oh my God, this man is insistent!
And then I said: a man who loves God, talks about his word, and plays the piano... Does not have to be rich...
After that Mike said: Does not have to be rich, but if he has money is better... Jajajajaa...
And I am a musician, I can play the Conga and Guitar... (by the way, he does not, he is learning to play)… Then we talked about different topics...
Finally, I traveled to my city. Next day my sister called, because Mike asked for my cellphone’s number... Was funny we started to talk by phone and my English was so BAD... So we decided to text each other better... One day he said that he had a friend that was using Rapid Visa services and they could help him to bring me here and get marry... I said: MARRY!... I need to think about it... Well I did think... Accept...
He started the process on July 2013, I came here on April 2014 and got married... We are so happy, going church, being part of the Worship team, living in Avila Beach... Visiting Sequoia... It is like a dream come true.
Now we are making the Adjustment Status process....
~ Mike and Dorcas