On April 28, the Ministry of Public Security held a press conference in Beijing informing the State Administration of Immigration of the implementation of the "Belt and Road Initiative" for over 150 regions and countries along with the immigration arrangements. These arrangements are in effect from April 28, 2019.
The State Administration of Immigration has deployed and implemented arrangements for facilitating the entry and exit of people from regions and countries along the "Belt and Road". Here’re the policies on how the "Belt and Road Initiative" relates to foreigners.
Which ports of entry and exit will set "Belt and Road initiative” special channels?
Twelve airports including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Kunming, Urumqi, Chongqing, Zhengzhou, Xi 'an, and Quanzhou.
Six land ports, including Manchurian (China and Russia), Erlianhot (China and Mongolia), Horgos (China and Kazakhstan), Friendship Pass (China and Vietnam), Dongxin (China and Vietnam), and Mohan (China and Laos) will set up the "Belt and Road" channel at the border inspection sites. These are the main channels for people and goods entering and exiting China via neighboring countries and internationally.
The key to implementing the "Belt and Road Initiative” requires corporations from locals and foreigners. Chinese personnel will be required to quickly facilitate activities including inspection procedures and locals and foreigners to participate and cooperate.