China is not a member of the Apostille Convention, therefore US documents to be used in China must be legalized by the Chinese Consulate or Embassy. Depending on the type of document, obtaining a certified copy or a notarization is the necessary first step. The process continues with authentication at County and State level and is finally completed at the Consulate or Embassy.
What separates our process from other document legalization services is personalized attention and proximity to our clients. Our office is conveniently located in midtown New York City, this allow us to meet face to face, gain a deep understanding of our clients' needs and develop effective solutions.
Since our inception in 2010, we have helped numerous companies expand their market in China by assessing, preparing and filing documents with the Consulate General of China in New York or Embassy in Washington D.C. Following is a list of some of the documents we have completed:
Certificate of Incorporation & Articles of Incorporation
Certificate of Good Standing
Certification of Free Sale
Certificate of Incumbency
Certificate of Origin
Power of Attorney
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