Reasons for early withdrawal of MPF Have you worked in Hong Kong and accrued Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) benefits during your employment? Usually, you’re only entitled to your MPF benefits after you reach the age of 65 years. However, there are several scenarios when you can withdraw your MPF benefits early. Those include: Early retirement […]
In this folder, you will find a collection of articles, information and other content regarding notary public services for Hong Kong. Searching through these articles could also help answer any questions that you may have about our notary public services in general.
As a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney, we assist many clients across New South Wales and Australia with certifying, witnessing, attesting, and notarising important legal documents. Generally, documents that are signed in Australia or created/issued in Australia must be notarised before they can be used in another country, and this applies to documents going to Hong Kong as well. We also assist intentional clients and their lawyers based overseas with certifying and attesting their Australian-issued documents.
We can also assist with obtaining an apostille on your notarised document from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and in accordance with the Apostille Convention if required by your lawyer or your representative in Hong Kong. The apostille is necessary to ensure that your document is legally valid and will be accepted in Hong Kong.
Our low cost fixed fee notary public services do away with the hassle and the guesswork of dealing with matters and processes that you may not be familiar with or are just too busy to handle yourself.
For more information regarding our notary public services, especially for documents going to Hong Kong, please visit our website, email us or just call us. Our friendly and helpful team are waiting to help you with your enquiry and your documents.
We look forward to assisting you with your notary requirements.
Documents intended for Hong Kong SAR or Macau SAR must be stamped with an apostille from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and do not follow the same process as documents intended for China (mainland). 送往中国香港、澳门特区使用的各类文书如已在澳大利亚外交贸易部或其驻各州、领地办事处办理了Apostille（附加证明书），可直接使用，无需再进行认证。 What do you need for documents going to Hong Kong? As a leading provider of notary public services […]
Public notary services to help you marry in Hong Kong If you are resident or currently present in Australia and wish to marry in Hong Kong, there are a few things that you must do to satisfy the local law of Hong Kong to recognise your intended marriage. Key to this is the requirement for […]