I already received my US passport with Chinese visa this morning.
Thank you very much for your excellent service. I will use your service
next time and I will also refer you to my friends and my colleagues.
Your help is very much appreciated!
Thank you very much. You process my case so fast that
it is beyond expectation. Thank you very much.
Great customer service!
We are traveling from Miami to China and needed to use a visa agency since Texas had the nearest Chinese consulate. My boyfriend and I extensively research everything for our trips and after our
usual due diligence decided to go with BCV Visa for 4 reasons: 1) They had by far the most affordable price of any agency we saw online (eg. they let you include a prepaid envelope for joint mail
back which was a big savings), 2) Their responsiveness to our initial email and phone inquiries about the costs/length of time etc., 3) Their location (google maps showed they are located less than
2 miles from the Chinese consulate that issues the actual visas) and finally 4) They had good reviews by other users online.
Needless to say they lived up to their good reputation. They confirmed their receipt of our package on Monday 7/20 and by 7/21 they confirmed it was submitted to the consulate. By Tues 7/28 they
promptly mailed it back and sent us communication to confirm tracking, etc. The visas and passports were as promised and we even got a nice note in the package, Thanks Lisa!
Word of caution: Use FedEx or UPS for prepaid return w insurance. We used USPS and our 2 day priority took 1 week which was really scary. However this had nothing to do with BCV.
Overall great experience and would recommend to anyone traveling.
|BCV Visa and Passport Services
2425 West Loop South, St. 200, Houston, TX 77027
|As a private passport and visa service company that officially registered with but not affiliated with China consulate, BCV does not issue visa or in any way determine visa issuance. BCV is not and cannot be
responsible for any determinations, act or omissions by China Consulate. Chinese consular officials are entitled to decide on the type, number of entries, validity and duration of each stay of a visa to be issued
based on Chinese laws and regulations. Consular officials reserve the right to decline a visa application or revoke an issued visa.