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Asked by Colin McIlwaine from United Kingdom | Sep. 09, 2015 07:10
About:China Consulate in Edinburgh

Legalization...do I need to have a certified Chinese translation

When submitting an FCO Apostille document for legalization, do I need a certified translation into Chinese?

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Answered by Selena from USA | Sep. 09, 2015 21:56
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Colin, you don't need to translate the document into Chinese. You just need to have it notarized by a notary public before submitting it for authentication.
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