A lead fast-track program support is to be prolonged to all Chinese people who are applying for UK to enhance business, the Home Office has declared.

This modification indicates Chinese guests to the European Union will not have to apply for separate visa for Britain.

The move correlates with a journey to England by the Chinese Prime Minister for a meeting where £17bn of trades is required to be finalized.

Also, a new 24-hour visa support will be available to Chinese people from the month of August.
“The number of Chinese people coming to Britain to visit and do business is soaring. They already enjoy a first-rate visa service and these changes will ensure it is easier than ever before to visit the UK and see first-hand everything this great country has to offer.” Home Secretary Theresa May said.

From autumn, Chinese visitors will be able to use an Irish guest visa for making a trip to the UK without the need for a individual UK visa, and vice-versa.

The British Irish Visa Scheme is going to be launched in India as well.

Other changes consist of starting 12 visa centers across China with finest service lounge in major parts and in-turn decreasing waiting times for candidates.

In 2012, some 210,000 visas were released to visiting Chinese nationalists who went on to put in around £300m to the economic system.

The changes being presented are likely to be accepted by companies in the UK who have formerly reported the current visa program had frustrated high-spending Chinese nationalist arriving to England.

Li Keqiang’s journey to the UK is his first since he became Premier last year. The visit represents the newest diplomatic initiatives to sleek over governmental variations which have triggered stress over last two years, such as David Cameron’s 2012 conference with the Tibetan religious innovator, the Dalai Lama.

There were two significant company tasks to China last year led by Mr. Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne.

“The journey was of “great significance”. It will enhance China-UK interaction in a beneficial way,” China’s vice-foreign minister Wang Chao informed Sky News.

Premier Li will be in contact with Mr. Cameron and will also meet the Queen. Aware the world is viewing a decreasing Chinese economic system; Mr. Li is likely to use UK as a system to assure investors and government authorities worldwide.

Trade between the UK and Chinese reached £41bn in 2013.
Mr. Wang said the UK is now China’s third biggest dealing associate in European Union and has become a significant location for China’s international commitment.
He said the journey would be “fruitful…with a warm atmosphere”.