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Closure of Chinese New Year 2016

Chinese New Year is coming on 8th February 2016 and we will be offering 10% discounts on our handling fee between 1st Feb 2016 and 5th Feb 2016. The amount of discount will be shown on your invoice.

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How to get a Chinese visa in the UK?

Chinese visa application may take a lengthy process faced with the daunting task. If you could follow our instruction step by step, we believe that we will be able to make the process simple.

First of all, do you know where Chinese Embassy and General Chinese Consulate are located? Chinese Embassy in the UK is located in London; General Chinese Consulate in the UK is located in Edinburgh. Chinese visa application can be submitted either in person or by a recognised Chinese visa agency.

To apply for it in person, please get ready of all relevant documents required by Chinese Embassy or General Chinese Consulate. Please make an online appointment for visiting the Chinese Visa Centre to drop off your documents. When you successfully hand in your documents, you will be given a pick-up form stating a specific date and duration of time to collect your visa.

To apply for it by using a visa agency, this is always a best choice. Please get ready of all relevant documents required by Chinese Embassy or General Chinese Consulate. Please mail them by recorded service or a secured courier service to a recognised Chinese visa agency, which will complete the rest of the process.

i2visa UK Ltd is a professional, reliable and powerful Chinese visa agency located in Edinburgh. i2visa provides all individuals or business travellers with efficiency and streamline process for Chinese visa application. Please mail your documents to our office address in the following:

i2visa UK Ltd
21 Young Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4HU

T:  0131 460 7023
E:  [email protected]

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David Cameron Announces £9bn trade deals with India

After signing £30bn-worth of deals with China, David Cameron has announced £9bn-worth of trade deals between UK and India during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK. With steady GDP growth and an emerging digital market, India is an appealing option for the UK.

The deals include a £1.3bn bond purchase by Vodafone. The company has around 180 million customers in India. India is UK third biggest job creator and one of biggest investors in the country. David Cameron set out his extensive plan of entering the market in India. UK businesses already support 700,000 jobs in India. The trade deal includes Creative, retail, logistics, finance, professional service, energy, IT, cyber, and healthcare and education sectors. We will endeavour to help more British visitors with an Indian visa application.

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Xi Jinping's UK Visit

Chinese president Xi Jinping has said that his visit will lift UK-China relations to a ‘new height’. A golden era of ‘win-win results’ between UK and China become a community of share interest. UK-China focuses on billions of deals in Trade Link, Nuclear Power, Low-Carbon Industry, Creative Industry, Property, Finance and Visa and Culture Exchange. Cameron said that new visitor visa for Chinese tourist would be valid for two years. In return, British visitors will apply for a Chinese visa to visit China in a highest demand in 2016.

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Cut to Renminbi exchange rate

Chinese Currency Renminbi has been devaluated since 11th August 2015 by the People’s Bank of China. It announced a 1.9% cut to the daily fixing exchange rate to the US Dollar, the largest drop on record. China by embarking the competitive devaluation wants to boost exports in the face of slowdown economic growth. Also Chinese tourism will be boosted by the largest drop.  It is estimated that Chinese tourist visas will have a biggest demand since 2006.

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