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Q: Where to get Degree certificate apostilled

 

 

Apparently, following an interview, I have to get my degree apostilled as part of the new Foreign Expert's Certificate rules.

 

Anyone know where I can get such a service done in Nanjing  - Ideally I don't want to trot to my nearest (UK) Embassy for such service

 

 

 

5 years 36 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Nanjing

 
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I had my degree authenticated by the Chinese embassy in Toronto.  An agency did it for me and it took three weeks and cost me 650 Canadian Dollars including all the courier fees.

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My guess is that you'll have to find the city's Notary Office where they will do a translation and give you a couple of booklet copies with your degree, the translation and a page saying it is legit. I doubt an embassy can help in this instance anyway.

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I had my degree authenticated by the Chinese embassy in Toronto.  An agency did it for me and it took three weeks and cost me 650 Canadian Dollars including all the courier fees.

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650 dollars really?

 

Wow big costs there.  

 

 

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Evidently China is following in South Korea's footsteps on this. Might want to do a google search with apostilled south korea, maybe something will come up.

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Sorry I didn't mention I had my degree authenticated while in china. I searched the internet for agencies in Canada who do these kind of things. It was painless really, just expensive. If I had to go back to Canada would have been a real bitch, so worth it for the price I paid.

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