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be notarized by a notary public, Authenticated/ legalized by the FCO Legalization Office and the Chinese Consulate or Embassy. Basically, to be able to use your documents in China you will need to legalize them before you apply for your Z Visa.

Note: documents must be legalized in the country of issue.

 

To legalize a US public document, you have to follow the four steps outlined below:

1. Notarization is a form of legal certification which certify that a document or a signature is authentic or a true copy. It is the first step in the process of legalization

2. Submit the documents to the Secretary of the State, in which the document is executed, for authentication/ legalization.

3. Submit the documents to the Secretary of the State, in which the document is executed, for authentication/ legalization.

4. After completing the initial steps, please submit your documents to the Embassy or Consulate of the Peoples Republic of China for legalization.


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