The country and the premises of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston are owned by the Chinese state. Even if the premises concerned are not covered by consular privileges and immunities, the property concerned remains protected by international law. 3. A national of the State of origin who enters the host state with travel documents travelling with the State of origin is considered by the competent authorities of the host state to be a national of the State of origin during the period during which his status was granted on a limited basis, through a visa or entry without a legal visa. , to ensure consular access and consular protection by the State of origin. 2. The State of origin is exempt from any similar taxes and taxes of any kind on real property, held or leased or otherwise owned by it and used exclusively for consular purposes, as well as taxes related to the acquisition, holding or maintenance of this property. For example, all Chinese members of the Chinese diplomatic and consular representations in the United States are required to provide written notification to the State Department`s Office of Foreign Missions (OFM) with a written notification of all official obligations with local government officials, as well as all official visits to educational or research institutions. These notifications must be filed five business days before the scheduled date of the commitment. All Chinese military personnel assigned to the Chinese Embassy or Consular Post, as well as those on temporary visits, are required to submit the OFM`s notification five business days before any travel plan for official or private purposes exceeding a 25-mile radius of their workplace or U.S. ports from their entry. (a) the appointment of all consular staff, their full name, nationality and duties, arrival, final departure or termination of duty, and other changes affecting their status while assigned to the consulate; 4.

Financial benefits that a country must pay to persons residing in another country are paid in accordance with mutually agreed agreements. The second reflects the agreement that it is possible to set up, alongside the two consulates already existing in each country. 1. A consular official is authorized to provide any kind of assistance to ships of the State of origin in the territorial or inland waters, ports or other moorings of the host state.