China Embassy attestation is needed when one gets a job in China or to process a dependent visa. The procedure in detail is explained below. Chinese embassy attestation may be asked on;
- Degree Certificates
- Marriage & Birth Certificates
- Physical Examination Records(medical certificate)
- Experience certificates
- Passport copies, etc.
For attestation on any certificate the following process is there;
- Notary from the state where the certificate is issued
- State HRD (for some cases this can be substituted by SDM/Mantralaya HRD)
- MEA (Ministry of External Affairs)
- China embassy attestation
Documents to be submitted:
- Original certificate
- Passport copy
- Offer letter original(xerox copy is enough in some cases)
- Mark sheet copies of the degree
- Authorization letter signed by the applicant
- Application form for attestation signed by the applicant, download from here
MEA + China Embassy Attestation
Normal process : 5000 (HRD charges separate) 6-10 working days
Urgent process : 6000 (HRD charges separate) 5-6 working days
SDM/Mantralaya HRD + MEA + China Embassy Attestation
Normal process : 7000 (7-12 working days)
Urgent process : 8000 (5-7 working days)
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Very Important Notice:
- For conversion of visas to dependent visas embassy attestation is compulsory.
- To get attestation on experience certificates or Bona fide certificates, the embassy may ask to submit original degree attested by the embassy or copy of the same certificate.
- The embassy can change the process and documentation even when your attestation is in process.
- Process time mentioned above is approximate and usually followed, no guarantee or deadline can be given regarding the process time.
- Local HRD documentation you may check in our website or confirm with our office staff. Local HRD is not compulsory for getting Chinese embassy attestation.
- Any spelling mismatches of names on passport and documents will create delay for process and cost will be extra. (Even father names or mother names mentioned on passport and misspelled can cause delay)