UNnotary provide Notarization | Apostille | Embassy Legalization services for 62 documents in 20 countries.
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Our notarized documents include education certificate, marriage certificate, birth certificate, driver’s license, passport, ID card, certificate of the same person and health certificate. There are 64 kinds of business certificates, such as business license, customs declaration, contract and tax certificate.
We facilitate your legalization requests for business / work / family reunion / other purposes. FCDO will check the authenticity of the document and attach a stamped official certificate (“apostille”) to it.
Documents of various countries used in China need to be certified by the Chinese Embassy of the host country before they can be approved by the relevant Chinese departments.
We usually process consular certification within 1-15 days. If you have any questions, please consult us..
Chinese work visa
Chinese work visa is one of our special services. We now mainly help clients apply for work visas in China. If you have a bachelor’s degree or above, have more than two years of work experience, and have a job in China to hire you, you can apply.
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