Officially Licensed

Our company is a licensed visa and immigration company, one of the few companies nationwide who are officially licensed as such. Visas can be applied for by each individual for themselves, in which case one will only incur a government service fee. Using our Maxview Visa services we will charge you a service fee, as we will handle any and all processes and issues that may arise during your application. Maxview Visa will handle every process from the initial consulting, preparing and collecting all the required documents for the service you request, handle all the legwork required in submitting said documents and make sure it is accepted.

Due to our extensive experience with each particular service, we know all the intricate details required and make sure that every application is 100% complete before submitting so that no time is lost in the process. Furthermore our immigration consultants have been working in the field for years, we have built up reputation with the various government departments who are handling the services and are able to receive policy changes, news and updates faster than most other parties, which we will share with our customers, but most importantly apply immediately into our process.



Invitation Letter


Currently we do not provide this service, due to changes to the invitation letter. However the information is still accurate and will be continue to be updated for your convenience. 


Since September 2016, the Government’s Foreign Affair Department stopped issuing official invitation letter, therefore the company must write their own invitation letter and stamp it.




  • A formal invitation letter issued from a company or institution in mainland China.
  • An invitation letter of duly authorized unit issued by the Chinese Government.
  • The invitation letter must contain the following information:
  • Applicant’s personal name, date of birth, passport number, full name of the company and the job title
  • Purpose of visit and industry the company is in.
  • Date of arrival and departure and which cities will be visited
  • The relationship of the Chinese company and the foreign one (parent company, subsidy etc).
  • Who will bear the cost of the applicant’s stay in China (hotel, living expenses)?
  • Full information of the inviter: name, job title, company address, phone number, ID number (sometimes requires ID photocopy).
  • Official seal of the company and signature of the inviter.
The invitation letter must be printed on the company’s official letterhead, showing address and phone number. High quality scans and printed out in color will generally be accepted.
  • Copy of the Chinese company’s business license.

Process Duration

Not available at this moment