What is China Embassy Legalisation?
China Embassy Legalisation
If you are travelling to China, you may be required to legalise your documents for use in China. This essentially means that the Chinese government recognises that your documents are official by their standards and can be used with full legal authority.
What is included in our China Embassy Legalisation?
- Full certification by a registered UK solicitor
- An Apostille Stamp from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)
- Official consular attestation by the Chinese Embassy
If you have already completed some of the aforementioned steps, we offer an Embassy only application.
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Common documents that may require legalisation are:
- Certificate of Origin
- Business contracts
- Export documents
- Power of Attorney
- Adoption papers
- Marriage/birth certificates
- Education certificates
- Medical documents
- Certificate of Free Sale
Commonly Askes FAQ’s
What is an apostille stamp? An apostille is a stamp that ensures the authenticity of your documents. Apostilles stamps are issued by The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) verifying your documents as genuine.
Why do I require legalisation? When the country in which you intend to use your document has not signed the Apostille Treaty, a legalisation is required. When you contact us we determine the correct process you require.
Do I require translations: In some cases, governments will require that documents be translated. We can translate your documents for use by the appropriate embassy or government agency. We can also translate foreign documents into English.
What is notarization: Some embassies in the UK require notarisation. A notarisation verifies the authenticity of the facts set out in a document. We can provide this service and will advise you on whether it is required.
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