Since 1st June 2018 i2visa UK has moved to West End in Edinburgh. Trams, Trains, or Buses are nearby our office. There are plenty of car parking space outside of office.
Your privacy is really important to us, and data laws are changing to give you more control over your personal data. EU legislation called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) improves international data privacy standards, and gives you more control over your data.
Your Privacy is our Priority
Why do we collect your data?
We want to provide you with the best experience. The data we collect allows us to personalise Chinese visa and other services and promotions to what best suits you.
How do we collect your data?
We collect your data when you make a purchase. Our priority is to protect and treat your data and information with the utmost care. Your email address and telephone number will only be used for communication of Chinese visa or legalisation matters.
When do we share your data?
We will only share your data with third part suppliers that have a benefit to you such as post office, couriers so they can deliver your items.
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Important Notice: Chinese visa application service centre will be close on 2nd, 7th and 28th of May 2018. Thus all visa service will be postponed one working days during these particular dates. i2visa UK Ltd
From April 3 2018, all Chinese visa application forms must be completed electronically. At present the vast majority of forms are completed by hand, however any handwritten forms will be invalid and rejected by the Chinese Embassy from this date. It is hoped that the e-visa change will help to streamline the Chinese visa application process.
i2Visa is still searching for the best way to ensure that the Chinese visa application process remains as simple and straightforward as possible. From April 3 2018, all i2Visa Chinese visa customers will be advised on how to complete the form upon enquiry.
Last week The BBC reported that Hainan Airlines will commence direct flights linking Edinburgh and Beijing from June 2018. The twice weekly flights will be the first of their kind to connect the two countries. It is an exciting step for boths nations, which have enjoyed increased tourism and export ties in recent years. A major coup for the city of Edinburgh, this new transport link finally sees the realisation of long-standing international travel ambitions.