Invitation Letter Request:
We strongly advise participants to personally check entry and visa requirements before making travel arrangements at least 3 months ahead of time, as there might be country-specific conditions that you are not aware of. For most accurate information please contact the embassy/consulate of the country where the conference will be held, in your home country.
AIPR will NOT issue any Letter of Sponsorship or Letter of Guarantee if you are required to do so by the immigration department. It is the participants’ sole responsibility to obtain such documents.
AIPR will not refund anyone for cancellations due to visa rejections or participant’s inability to enter the country.
AIPR cannot change the decision of the any country’s embassy/consulate or any other government departments, nor will AIPR appeal to the embassy/consulate on behalf of the applicant.
All questions/concerns regarding the status of your visa should be directed to the embassy/consulate of the country where the conference will be held, in your home country.
In no event will AIPR be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the information provided on this page.
Visa to China:
visa is a permit issued to a foreigner
by the Chinese visa authorities for
entry into, exit from or transit through
the Chinese territory. The Chinese visa
authorities may issue a diplomatic,
courtesy, service or ordinary visa to a
foreigner according to his identity,
purpose of visit to China and passport
Visa F (business visa): For visitors who are travelling to China on a study or lecture tour or for a scientific conference for a period of no more than six months. To apply for a Visa F, a letter of invitation from the host organisation is required. Letter of invitation from AIPR are only available to the Speakers, Authors, Committee Members, and Attendees those who have completed registration process.
Visa L (tourist visa): Issued to aliens who come to China for sightseeing, visiting relatives or other private purposes. For a tourist applicant, in principle he shall evidence his financial capability of covering the travelling expenses in China, and when necessary, provide the air, train or ship tickets to the heading country/region after leaving China. For the applicants who come to China to visit relatives, some are required to provide invitation letters from their relatives in China.
144-hour Transit Visa exemption at ports of entry in Beijing: for details, please click here .
To make your trip to China an easy and pleasant one, you are kindly advised to consult the local Chinese Embassies or Consulates-General first for travel information. They will readily help you go through the necessary procedures.