Official Site of Cameroon Embassy in China | Site officiel de l'Ambassade du Cameroun en Chine

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Tel(+86) (10) 6532 1828 / 2344

Address7, Dong Wu Jie, San Li Tun Beijing, China PR

Consular Services

The Cameroon Embassy in the People’s Republic of China provides consular services according to the international law and the Host country laws. The following Services are provided:

  • The Protection of Cameroon’s interests;
  • The Assistance to Cameroonians at the highest capacity in cases of Accidents, Death, Arrest etc;
  • The Development of Commercial, Economical and Scientific Cooperation with the host country;
  • The Delivery/Renewal/Prorogation of Passports and Other Travel Papers to Cameroonians;
  • The Issuing of Entry Visas to Cameroon;
  • The Issuing of Consular Cards;
  • Marriage Celebrations and attestations of certificates of celibacy;
  • Transcription of Birth Certicates.

But in contrary, the Embassy cannot ensure the following:

  • The Repatriation of Cameroonians at the State Expenses Only in case of Exceptional grave cases with a possibility of future re-imbursement;
  • The Payment of  Tax, Hotel Bills, Hospital Bills or any other expense of a Cameroonian;
  • The Delivery of a Passport on the spot without delay;
  • The Intervention in a Judiciary Case of a Cameroonian under Investigation;
  • The Substitution to Travel Agency, Bank System or Insurance Companies;

Cultural Services

In page 46 of his political note book titled “Pour le Libéralisme Communautaire”, the President of the Republic of Cameroon, H. E. Paul BIYA defines the cultural service in these terms: « to represent outside of our country a faithful picture, it is necessary to give a more complete mission to Cultural Counselors of our abroad embassies, while assigning them to distribute a better picture of our country and to assure the exportation of the Cameroonian Culture. »

Besides these prerogatives the Cultural Service:

Provides useful information to Cameroonian students in China;
Promotes cultural co-operation between Cameroonian and Chinese universities.

The Cultural Service manages particular programs such as:

The program of fees waiver (exemptions);
The Cultural Service also provides information to Chinese students who want to study in Cameroon and to Cameroonian students who want to study in China.

Economic Services

The economic service promotes commercial exchanges between Cameroon and China. This service is at the disposal of our Chinese partners and the public in general. It provides useful information on business opportunities in Cameroon, on the Cameroonian legislation on business affairs. The economic service facilitates partnerships in business between Cameroonians and Chinese.

Financial Department

This service handles the collection of revenues such as visa fees, fiscal stamps sold and pays the costs. It manages the budget of the Embassy, and enjoys greater flexibility in the use of credits with corresponding responsibilities. It equally manages the payments of scholarship and other financial management duties.

Military Services

It inquires about the status of forces from the host country and maintains military relations (exchanges of visits and trainees, sometimes strategic consultations). When the task is sufficiently large, the three armed forces – land, sea, air – are represented.

Consular Services

The Cameroon Embassy in the People’s Republic of China provides consular services according to the international law and the Host country laws. The following Services are provided:

  • The Protection of Cameroon’s interests;
  • The Assistance to Cameroonians at the highest capacity in cases of Accidents, Death, Arrest etc;
  • The Development of Commercial, Economical and Scientific Cooperation with the host country;
  • The Delivery/Renewal/Prorogation of Passports and Other Travel Papers to Cameroonians;
  • The Issuing of Entry Visas to Cameroon;
  • The Issuing of Consular Cards;
  • Marriage Celebrations and attestations of certificates of celibacy;
  • Transcription of Birth Certicates.

But in contrary, the Embassy cannot ensure the following:

  • The Repatriation of Cameroonians at the State Expenses Only in case of Exceptional grave cases with a possibility of future re-imbursement;
  • The Payment of  Tax, Hotel Bills, Hospital Bills or any other expense of a Cameroonian;
  • The Delivery of a Passport on the spot without delay;
  • The Intervention in a Judiciary Case of a Cameroonian under Investigation;
  • The Substitution to Travel Agency, Bank System or Insurance Companies;

Cultural Services

In page 46 of his political note book titled “Pour le Libéralisme Communautaire”, the President of the Republic of Cameroon, H. E. Paul BIYA defines the cultural service in these terms: « to represent outside of our country a faithful picture, it is necessary to give a more complete mission to Cultural Counselors of our abroad embassies, while assigning them to distribute a better picture of our country and to assure the exportation of the Cameroonian Culture. »

Besides these prerogatives the Cultural Service:

Provides useful information to Cameroonian students in China;
Promotes cultural co-operation between Cameroonian and Chinese universities.

The Cultural Service manages particular programs such as:

The program of fees waiver (exemptions);
The Cultural Service also provides information to Chinese students who want to study in Cameroon and to Cameroonian students who want to study in China.

Economic Services

The economic service promotes commercial exchanges between Cameroon and China. This service is at the disposal of our Chinese partners and the public in general. It provides useful information on business opportunities in Cameroon, on the Cameroonian legislation on business affairs. The economic service facilitates partnerships in business between Cameroonians and Chinese.

Financial Department

This service handles the collection of revenues such as visa fees, fiscal stamps sold and pays the costs. It manages the budget of the Embassy, and enjoys greater flexibility in the use of credits with corresponding responsibilities. It equally manages the payments of scholarship and other financial management duties.

Military Services

It inquires about the status of forces from the host country and maintains military relations (exchanges of visits and trainees, sometimes strategic consultations). When the task is sufficiently large, the three armed forces – land, sea, air – are represented.