What is ‘legalisation’? Depending on the intended destination country, some documents must be legalised by the foreign office of the intended destination country before those documents will be accepted in that country. Generally, there are 3 steps to the legalisation process in Australia (and in other countries too). Notarisation. Your documents are notarised by a […]
Posts containing articles about notary public services for China. We regularly notarise documents for China. If you are sending documents to China, please call 02 9687 8885 for an appointment with our notary public, Ern Phang.
WARNING. We have repeatedly advised clients that the Chinese Embassy, the Chinese Consulate (and its other foreign offices) will reject documents that contain copies of the Chinese Passport or any other document issued by the Chinese Government or authority, even if they have been certified and notarised by a notary public in Australia. If you […]
Sending your child to live in China The “Foster Care Power of Attorney” (寄养儿童委托书) is one of our most commonly requested documents. This document is generally required by our clients who are originally from China and who want to send their child to live with someone else in China. In many cases, our clients have […]
Power of Attorney (委托书) in China If you live in Australia, but have business or property dealings in China, unless you are planning to travel to China to do things yourself, you may need to think about appointing someone in China to act on your behalf. Appointing someone to act on your behalf requires you […]
Notary public assisting businesses going to China In our experience, the number of Australian businesses that have set up representatives offices in China has increased over the last few years. If you are an existing business in Australia wishing to register a representative office in China, then our notary services can assist you. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76QfT9VfOq4?rel=0] […]