Since 6th May, 2014, the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Suriname and the Government of the People’s Republic of China on Mutual Visa Exemption for Holders of Diplomatic and Service Passports enter into force.
As a milestone in the effort to further professionalize the Embassy, the consular section needs to notify all applicants and other wishing to call on the services of the consular section of the Embassy of the Republic of Suriname in Beijing, that all communication with the public takes place through the website git.localhost/surinameembassy .
All applicants are required to submit their visa application online and follow the steps indicated on the website, in order to obtain a visa.
As part of the professionalized approach, the Embassy will not receive personal visits from people who apply for visa. All passports and other related documents must be send by secured mailing service to the Embassy, including a note on which contact information is clearly written/typed. Applicants, who need certificates notarized, such as for MKV, should submit required certificates to the local notarization section of the Foreign Affairs Office.
Since the above mentioned procedure is very clear, the Consular section of the Embassy of Suriname in Beijing will not response to telephone or other means of inquiry by applicants or their referents regarding consular services.