Do you need your diploma legalized for China?
The very first step is to contact your University’s Registrar and request the original diploma or a color copy of the diploma to be signed and notarized. Most University’s will have a notary on staff. If no notary is available, you can request a traveling notary to visit the school and meet with the Registrar.
Once your diploma has been signed and notarized, the next step is to contact our office for instructions. Depending on the State your diploma has been signed and notarized in, we will email you the instructions, cost, and order forms. For example, if your diploma is from California, then the cost and processing time would be different than if your diploma was from NYC.
In addition to certifying and legalizing your diploma for China, you will be asked to also certifying and legalize your FBI background check. A FBI background check is a US Federal Government document and can only be processed through the US Department of State and the Chinese Embassy. A diploma will first need to be certified from the State, US Department of State, and the Chinese Embassy. More information: FBI Background Check for China
Certifying and legalizing a diploma for China is a multi-step process. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the legalizatoin process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!