1. The Embassy of The Republic of Ghana
  2. Beijing, China


Currently the mission does not offer such services

An Entry Visa will be issued to you but your duration of stay is determined by an Immigration officer at your port of entry to Ghana

If you are a National of one of the listed countries under the “Exempted Countries” list, you do not need a visa otherwise you require a visa to travel to Ghana.

A. Citizens from ECOWAS States by virtue of the protocol on Free Movement of persons, the Right of Residence and Establishment (PROTOCOL A/P1/5/79):

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote D'Ivoire, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal Sierra Leone, Togo

B. Holders of Diplomatic, Service or Official Passports:

Brazil, Cuba, Germany, Namibia, China, South Africa, Sudan,
Hungary, India, Equatorial, Guinea, Morocco, St. Kitts & Nevis,
Suriname Venezuela, Malta, Hong Kong (Diplomatic only), Turkey (Diplomatic only), Qatar (Diplomatic only)

NB: Exemptions for Category B above shall be for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days from date of entry

C. All nationals of the following countries:

Jamaica, Kenya, Singapore, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago
Uganda, Mauritius, Seychelles, Barbados, Rwanda, Guyana,
St. Vincent & Grenadines


D. List of International Organisations with which Ghana has concluded Visa exemption agreements

Holders of passports of Regional Economic Communities in Africa and the African Economic Community, African Union, United Nations and its Specialized Agencies:

The World Bank, African Development Bank


E. Persons in direct Airside transit

All persons in direct airside transit are exempt from visa requirements

The following are entitled to Gratis Visas to Ghana

• Holders of Diplomatic
• Service Passports

Applicants who miss their appointments can request to schedule a new appointment subject to availability through our online portal. Customer Support Hotline on +86(010)65321319 option ### and provide the correct visa or passport reference number, full name, date and time for new appointment (subject to availability).

You will not be allowed to make changes on your application once it has been submitted online.

The person submitting and collecting your visa or passport application on your behalf should come to our Highgate office with your appointment slip to submit, and a collection slip to collect. They should also have their ID and an authority note stating his/ her name in it.

A copy of the third party authorisation letter can be downloaded and printed when making your application online. However if you have already submitted your application we advise you write your own third party authorisation letter for the person submitting /collecting on your behalf.


Standard applications take a minimum of 0-5 working days from the time we receive the hard copies of the appropriate visa forms and the supporting document at Ghana Embassy Visa office. However there are express services for 24 Hours and 72 Hours


About four(4) weeks, from the time we receive the hard copies of the appropriate passport forms and the supporting document at Ghana Embassy Passport Office.

The guarantor must be a student leader/Ghanaian communnity leader or an adult living in the China and a holder of a valid Ghanaian passport.

Applicants can renew their passport from six month ahead of its expiry.


  • ¥936.00    ; 32 Pages
  • ¥1,400.00  48 Pages


  • a) 24 Hours: 1440 元
    b) 72 Hours: 1080 元
    c) 5 Working Days: 720 元

Passport and Visa application fees are non-refundable whether your application is successful or not.

Yellow fever vaccination requirement for travellers across the frontiers of Ghana

Yellow fever is an acute viral infection transmitted by the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. It is endemic and epidemic in several countries in Africa, South America and Caribbean Islands. Case fatality rate is high in classic yellow fever epidemics. There is no curative medical treatment but however highly preventable by vaccination.

In accordance with the International Health Regulations IHR2005 which involves the below:
• Article 36 (Certification of vaccination or other prophylaxis)
• Annex 6 (Vaccination, prophylaxis and related certificates)
• Annex 7 (Requirements concerning vaccination or prophylaxis for specific diseases)

All travellers above nine(9) months coming into or transiting through Ghana are required to have been vaccinated against Yellow Fever at least Ten(10) days from the proposed date of travel and where already vaccinated, provide evidence (certificate). Ghana is one of the countries at the risk of Yellow Fever transmission, hence the need for all travellers (including those coming from countries with no risk to yellow fever) to Ghana to have a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate or records indicating their protection from yellow fever. As a result, Health officials at all ports of entry carry out vigorous checks on travel documents with respect to Yellow fever vaccination certificates in accordance with Article 36 and Annex 6 as depicted above.