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Q: Notary or Authenticate Teaching License?

What do I need to do about my teaching license for work visa?

What stamp is required? 

 

2 years 5 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shanghai

 
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Hi

 

Where are you from? Some other members can tell you better if they are from your country.

 

For Americans, go to your university get a certified copy of your degree, take it to the state department and get it notarized. Last but not least take it to the nearest China Embassy and ask them to Authenticate it and wait a few days and you'll be all set. IF you have a TEFL or better than its best to get those and your FBI record or non criminal record check Authenticated too. 

 

So if you tell others where you are from that would help speed things along for yourself.

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Another bogus account 

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tell chiner to go give itself a hand-job.  :)

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Sorry for the question.  I understand now that if you have reference letter with stamp stating 2 years experience then you don't need to notarize/authenticate teaching license. 

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