Sample Invitation Letter for Business Visa for China

By | October 1, 2018

Applying for a Chinese visa has many considerations that one has to look into. One such area that one needs to figure out how to handle is the invitation part.

This is especially true for people who are applying for a business visa and would like the company from the country that they plan to visit, to send an invitation letter to them. Different embassies have different requirements where invitation letters are concerned, but they all say more or less the same thing.

If you are on this side of the table, where it is you who has to write an invitation letter to invite someone from another country for business purposes, you need to keep reading what we have to say. Writing an invitation letter of this sort will require you to possess exceptional knowledge of what the visa officer wants, and how you can satisfy him or her through your letter. First things first your visa letter needs to be properly formatted, allowing the reader to determine exactly what you want to say, and who you want to say it about. The content of the invitation letter matters immensely.

Here is a sample invitation letter for a business visa for China which will help you write your own:


Sample Invitation Letter for Business Visa for China


October 1, 2018

Consulate General of the Peoples Republic of China
Visa Section
284 Broad Road
Newton, MA 19304

Re: Chinese Business Visa for:

Name: Mr. Edward Thorpe
Date of Birth: January 2, 1975
Gender: Male
Passport Number: 000000000000000
Nationality: American
Date of Arrival: November 3, 2018
Date of Departure: November 30, 2018


Dear Sir / Madam:

Please be informed that Mr. Thorpe from Ace Communications (Newton, MA) is invited for a business visit to our organization in Yunnan, China for a period of 27 days. Ace Communications and Xiwang Inc. have established a good working relationship over the 6 years that the two organizations have been remotely working on several projects. The purpose of this visit is to explore the possibility of further business opportunities between the two organizations.

During Mr. Thorpes stay in China, his expenses will be borne by Ace Communications, including accommodation and food. He will return to Newton as soon as his business here is finished, which may be before the determined date of departure.

We would appreciate it if you would grant Mr. Thorpe an appropriate business visa so that he can make this trip. If you need any further information, please call me at 000-0000-0000.

Thank you.


Sincere regards,


Chang Lee
Director Marketing
Ace Communications and Xiwang Inc.