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Portuguese Embassy for China - Address / Phone Number

Portuguese Embassy in China

Portuguese Embassy in China

Address: 8, Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100600
City: Beijing (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: +86 10 65323497
Fax: +86 10 65320284
Emergency tel.: +86 13051332369
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30 – 12.30 and 14.00 – 17.00

Portuguese Consulate General in Macau
Address: 45 Rua Pedro Nolasco da Silva
City: Macau (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: (+853) 28356660/1/2
Fax: (+853) 28356658

Portuguese Consulate General in Shanghai
Address: 16 C-D, Cristal CenturyTower, Wei Hai Road, 200041 Shanghai
City: Shanghai (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Tel.: (+86 21) 62886767
Fax: (+86 21) 62886568

The Embassy’s mission is carried out in close cooperation with the Consulates General in Shanghai and Macau. The Ambassador in Beijing is also accredited to Mongolia where there is an Honorary Consulate in Ulan Bator (Ulaanbaatar).
Portugal also has an Honorary Consulate in Hong Kong. The Embassy is able to provide consular advice or assistance to Portuguese citizens who are living or traveling in China or Mongolia, as well as to all people wishing to visit or develop business with Portugal.

Consular services provided:

  • Consular registration
  • Issuance of identification documents
  • Birth registration
  • Issuance of electronic passport
  • Marriage matters
  • Nationality matters
  • Military service matters
  • Issuance of residence certificate
  • Voter registration

In case Portuguese passport is lost or stolen, it should be immediately reported to the passport issuing authority in order to cancel the passport. Portuguese diplomatic mission can issue a temporary passport or single travel permit to return to Portugal. 

Citizens of China need visas to visit Portugal. Tourist visa requirements:

  • Visa application form, signed by the applicant, accompanied by two identical colour photographs with the following specifications: passport type, neutral background, 3.5 ×4.5 cm, dating from the last 12 months.
  • Passport valid for no less than 3 months from the date of termination of the visa applied for, with copy of the identification pages, as well as previous visas that may have been issued by other countries.
  • Flight Reservation: When applying for a visa for multiple visits: reservation of the first visit.
  • Proof of accommodation: For the whole duration of the intended stay.
  • Proof of solvency of the applicant.
  • For minors (under 18): Student card & Original letter of the school; Notary Certificate of permission to travel from both parents or legal guardians (when minor is travelling alone) or the parent or legal guardian not travelling (if minor is travelling with one parent), legalized by MFA, and when not in China, attested by the relevant authorities in the country of residence; Notary Certificate of family relation or proof of guardianship, legalised by MFA.
  • Travel programme: Documents providing clear evidences about your travel programme (booking transportation, itinerary, etc.)
  • Travel insurance valid for all Schengen countries, for the duration of the stay, with coverage of no less than EUR30,000.
  • For Non-Chinese visa applicant: copy of valid Chinese residence permit, the validity must be up to 90 days after completion of intended trip to Schengen Area.
  • Original “Hukou” with photocopies of all the pages (no translation, only for Chinese nationals).

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