You can find a visa agent online, there are lots of options to choose from. You want to choose one that looks trustworthy, since you are sending them your passport and entrusting them to complete the process in a timely manner. I…"
"Hi Keith, do you know how I would send my visa application, they said I can not do so by regular mail and I will need a Visa agent to deliver it, so I guess my real question is where do I find a Visa agent lol"
"Thank you! and I'm sorry to hear that... he's not coming he's a little sad but he is about to start working for the Secret service so it'll be a move for both of us, and after my contract ill be moving back with him."
You can find a visa agent online, there are lots of options to choose from. You want to choose one that looks trustworthy, since you are sending them your passport and entrusting them to complete the process in a timely manner. I recommend www.mychinavisa.com . I have used them personally for my visa and my wife and daughters visa. I also use them for document authentication. Visit their website and see what you think. There is a fee involved ,but it will all be reimbursed by EF a few weeks after you arrive. I think it took one week to receive my visa from them and they are super helpful over the phone. Make sure to keep your receipts and they provide an invoice as well. There are other options as well so do your research and see what works best for you. I think you need to send them your documents with Fedex or something that has tracking.
Well I got mine authenticated first ( both my degree and local background) then afterwards you send them to the Chinese consulate where they stamp it. After getting it from the consulates (which will probably take 2-4 days) you then scan and upload them to your portal