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Q: Relationship Certificate Issue

I have a residence permit and my wife has a M visa with 90 days multiple entry, I am trying to adjust my wife's status to resident but the Wuhan PSB office did not recognize my marriage certificate they want a "Relationship Certificate" to prove that the woman living with me indeed is my wife. How can I ever get a relationship certificate--any help in this regard will be appreciated.

8 years 24 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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You have to get the marriage certificate translated into Chinese by an office that is accepted by the PSB.there is a chance your wife might have to go to another country to get the visa

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It would help getting a good answer if you state your nationality, or nationality of your marriage papers. Personally I had the embassy stamp the document I had from home to certify that the local authority back home was in deed valid. 

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