Embassy & Consulates of India in China
Embassy of the Republic of India in Beijing
Ambassador: H.E. Mr. Vijay Gokhale
|Embassy of India, Beijing,
No.5, Liang Ma Qiao Bei Jie, Chaoyang District, Beijing
传真: +86-10-8531 2515
Working Hours – 8.30 A.M. to 5.30P.M. (Monday to Friday)
09:30 AM to 10:30 AM on working days – Passport, Visa applications, documents for attestation are accepted.
09:00 AM to 11:00 AM on working days – Passports, Visas, attested documents are delivered.
CONSULAR OFFICE –
(For Consular matters like passport, PCC, Attestation, PIO cards etc.) Please contact –
Phone: (86-10) 8531-2560
FAX: (86-10) 8531-2515
Consular Queries (Only in case of Emergency)
(For medical problem, death, detention etc .)Please contact –
Phone: (86-10) 8531-2559
FAX: (86-10) 8531-2565
09:00-11:30 during working days, for Passport/Visa Application & Documents for Certification.
09:00-10:00 during working days, for collecting Passport/Visa.
15:00-16:00 during working days, for delivery Passport, Visa or certificated documents.
COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVES ( BUSINESS & TRADEQUERIES)
(For commercial matters related to economy, trade and investment information)
|Mr. Wilson Babu
First Secretary (Commerce)
DEPUTY COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVE
|Mr. Karthik Gurunathan Iyer
(Trade & Commerce)
PRESS OFFICE –
For Information and Culture
Second Secretary (Information & Economic)
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION –
Tel: (+86)10 6532 1908 ext. 37
VISA QUERIES –
For ordinary passport holders:
For Diplomatic, Service and Public Affairs Passports:
Tel: 8531 2500 / 8531 2558
Fax: 8531 2565
Note: For any visa-related query, please send an email at the above-mentioned email address initially and in case no response is received by return email, you may call subsequently at the above-mentioned telephone numbers (as applicable for categories specified therein).
If your passports are lost, stolen or damaged, what can they do?
1. Immediately report this matter to a police station or public security close to you to obtain an official report of passport loss.
2. Apply for a Duplicate Passport as soon as possible from Indian embassy in Beijing or consulate in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
3. Provide the following papers: 1) the official police report about loss of passport. 2) Photocopy of the lost passport if you have one. If not, particular details about it should be offered. 3) A written application describing the occasion on which the passport is lost. 4) Four recently taken colored photos in passport standard. 5) A properly filled-in Application Form No. EAP-I.
Note: The Duplicate Passport is only issued when embassy receives the Confirmation Receipt from the concerned Regional Passport Office in India.
PASSPORT FEE (w.e.f. April 1, 2002) –
|Types of Passport||Fees|
|Duplicate Passport for Lost/Stolen/Damaged Passports||RMB 1035 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 1160(Passport with 60 pages)
|New Passport||RMB 335 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 415 (Passport with 60 pages)
RMB 210 (New Passport with 36 pages for applicants of 18 ages with a maximum validity of five years)
|Additional Booklets||RMB 170 (Passport with 36 pages)
RMB 210 (Passport with 60 pages)
|Other Services||RMB 85 (Additional Endorsement & Other Miscellaneous services)
RMB 45 (Emergency Certificate)
RMB 210 (Duplicate Emergency Certificate)
LIST OF HOLIDAYS DURING THE YEAR 2017
|1.||REPUBLIC DAY||26 JANUARY||THURSDAY|
|2.||MAHA SHIVARATRI||24 FEBRUARY||FRIDAY|
|4.||QING MING JIE (TOMB SWEEPING DAY)||4 APRIL||TUESDAY|
|5.||MAHAVIR JAYANTI||9 APRIL||SUNDAY|
|6.||LABOR DAY||1 MAY||MONDAY|
|7.||INDEPENDENCE DAY||15 AUGUST||TUESDAY|
|8.||ID-UL-ZUHA (BAKRID) *||2 SEPTEMBER||SATURDAY|
|10.||VIJAY DASHMI||30 SEPTEMBER||SATURDAY|
|12.||MAHATMA GANDHI’S BIRTHDAY||2 OCTOBER||MONDAY|
|13.||MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL||4 OCTOBER||WEDNESDAY|
|15.||GURU NANAK BIRTHDAY||4 NOVEMBER||SATURDAY|
|16.||MILAD-UN-NABI (ID-E-MILAD (BIRTHDAY OF PROPHET MOHAMMAD)*||2 DECEMBER||SATURDAY|
Note: * Subject to change due to sighting of moon.