Chinese Consulate Legalisation
Procedure for legalisation of British documents for official use in China:
British documents for official use in China will need to be legalised (apostilled) by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office first, and then further legalised at the Chinese consulate.
- Notary Public authentication, if required
- Apostille - Legalisation by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
- Chinese consulate legalisation
What you need to do:
- Click on the "get a quote" button below and we will get back to you with a quote.
- You can bring or post the document(s) to our office.
- We can provide notary public authentication of your document, if required.
- We handle the Chinese consulate legalisation.
- You can collect the document from our office, or we can post it back to you or to any other address worldwide.
There are three levels of service, both for personal and commercial documents:
- Standard: 7 working days
- Express: 5 working days
- Premium: 4 working days
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