USA Visa Appointment - The Visa Information Call Center - China


All non-immigrant visa appointments for applicants in Mainland China are scheduled either online or by call center, who can also provide non-immigrant visa related information and answer questions related to the application process.

Please note that in some cases, it may take one month or more to schedule an appointment due to heavy rush. Therefore, it is best to plan in advance.

  1. Eligibility Criteria
    Some applicants must use the drop box if qualified. Other applicants may optionally use the drop box if qualified. All others must schedule an appointment. Determine whether you must the drop box, or you may optionally use the drop box. Please make sure that you need to schedule an appointment before proceeding further.

    Also determine whether you need to make group appointment or not.

    Drop Box Criteria     Group appointment criteria

  2. Gather Information
    Before you schedule your appointment, make sure that you have the folowing documents and information available:
    Before making an appointment, make sure you have the following information for the applicant handy: full name, passport number, ID number, receipt number from visa application fee receipt, contact information, purpose of travel, place of residence, whether the visa was previously refused.

  3. Schdule Appointment

    Once you get an appointment at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate you chose, write down the appointment day and time.

  4. Change Appointment
    You can't not change your appointment any number of times as there are limitation. Therefore, schedule your appointment when you are fairly certain that you can attend it.

    Change your appointment
AmCham Business Visa Applicants
If you are an employee of a company that is a member of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), you may qualify for to use the Chamber's Corporate Visa Program to apply for a U.S. visa.

If you are an employee of a company that is a member of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, you should contact their local branch for help with applying for a U.S. visa.