Chinese Consulate Document Authentication
If you need a document authentified for use in China, your notarised documents will need to be authenticated by DFAT before the Chinese Embassy or Consulate General verifies and legalises the documents for use in China. But what if you’re interstate, overseas or need help understanding this lengthy process? That’s where we come in. Authentifier handles the entire process from start to finish including notarisation, legalisation and authentication via the Chinese embassy.
How document authentication for use in China works
The attestation process for Australian documents being used in China requires the document to undergo a strict legal process:
This is the process of having a lawyer or notary public notarise the document via an attached notary seal. Authentifier has in-house lawyers that can handle this for you.
Once the document has been notarised, it then needs to be sent to The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) so that is can be authentified via a certificate of Authentication. We will manage this step for you as well.
Now that your document has been notarised and authenticated, it requires attestation which can only be done at the Chinese Embassy or via the Chinese Consulate General. Authentifier will also handle this part of the process.
Streamlined Processes: We have an efficient and effective engagement and administrative process that allows us to process a broad range of Australian documents.
Fixed Fee: Our pioneering approach to fixed fee services provides the certainty that we will deliver expected outcomes at the same cost, every time.
One Stop: We cover all steps – notarisation, DFAT attestation and foreign embassy legalisation of all Australian documents for your stress-free and prompt document processing.
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We’ve helped countless people get their documents properly authentified, and make the process and simple as possible. Our team is available 24/7 to answer your queries.