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Asked by Yew Mike Chin from Malaysia | Aug. 26, 2018 22:42
About:China Embassy in Malaysia

I am actually required to get my academic qualifications certified by Chinese Embassy in Malaysia.

How do I go about this process and can this be completed within 1 day? Thanks.

Answers (3)
Answered by Williams from UK | Aug. 27, 2018 18:56
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As for the degree, you should first get it notarized by the Ministry of Education, and then get your academic qualifications and its translation certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia, Putrajaya and then go to the embassy of China to get that attested; the required documents include your passport and its copy, the application form for attestation, and your academic qualifications and the copy as well as others.
Answered by Yew Mike Chin from Malaysia | Aug. 27, 2018 23:08
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May I know where do I get the attestation form?
Answered by Lee from USA | Aug. 28, 2018 17:57
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Try to check the official website of the China embassy in Malaysia to find that.
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