Embassy of China in Bucharest, Romania
Embassy of China in Bucharest, Romania, located at Şos. Nordului Nr.2, Sector 1. View a location map, get driving directions to the Embassy of China, or view the information about the address, phone, fax, office hours, official website, Facebook page, consular services, visa list, and head of mission (HOM).
Embassy AddressŞos. Nordului Nr.2, Sector 1
- +40 21 232 8858, Consular Section: +40 21 796 0056 (Visa Information), +40 21 233 4188
- +40 21 233 0684, Consular Section: +40 21 233 4189
- [email protected]
- Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The following is a brief listing of services offered at the Embassy of China in Bucharest, Romania.
- Process passport applications
- Notarize certain documents
- Legalization of documents
Head of Mission
Han Chunlin, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary
Common Visa Types
Citizens of qualified countries may be able to travel to China without a visa. The most common types of China visas are the following.
- Crew visa (C)
- Permanent residence visa (D)
- Visit Visa (F)
- Transit visa (G)
- Long-term journalist visa (J1)
- Short-term journalist visa (J2)
- Tourist visa (L)
- Business visa (M)
- Family reunion visa (Q1)
- Family visit visa (Q2)
- Talent visa (R)
- Long-term private visit visa (S1)
- Short-term private visit visa (S2)
- Long-term study visa (X1)
- Short-term study visa (X2)
- Working visa (Z)
Chinese diplomatic missions around the world, including embassies and consulates, provide visa services. These missions handle visa applications for individuals who wish to visit China for various purposes, such as tourism, study, work, business, or other activities.
Chinese embassies and consulates process passport applications and renewals for Chinese citizens and also provide assistance in case of lost or stolen passports.
Chinese diplomatic missions offer consular assistance and protection to Chinese citizens who are traveling or residing abroad. This includes assistance in emergencies, such as accidents, natural disasters, or cases involving Chinese citizens in legal trouble.
Holidays in China
Diplomatic missions of China in neighbouring countries/regions of Romania:
- Tirana, Albania (Embassy)
- Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (Embassy)
- Sofia, Bulgaria (Embassy)
- Zagreb, Croatia (Embassy)
- Nicosia, Cyprus (Embassy)
- Psychiko, Greece (Embassy)
- Rome, Italy (Embassy)
- Florence, Italy (Consulate General)
- Milan, Italy (Consulate General)
- St. Julian's, Malta (Embassy)
- Chişinău, Moldova (Embassy)
- Podgorica, Montenegro (Embassy)
- Skopje, North Macedonia (Embassy)
- Lisbon, Portugal (Embassy)
- Belgrade, Serbia (Embassy)
- Ljubljana, Slovenia (Embassy)
- Madrid, Spain (Embassy)
- Barcelona, Spain (Consulate General)
- Istanbul, Turkey (Consulate General)
- Ankara, Turkey (Embassy)
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This page was last edited on 12 September 2023 at 12:51 AM (EST).