If you have documents that you need for use in China, there are generally three steps. The first step is to have the document/s notarised by myself or another Melbourne Notary. Common documents that we see are Power of Attorney Statements, Company documents and Importation Certificates for beauty or milk products.
The second step is to take the document/s to The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for an $81 Authentication stamp. The process will often take more than 1 day.
DFAT: – The turn-around time for obtaining the stamp is up to a day. The documents must be submitted to:
The third step is to take the document/s to the Chinese Consulate. We can perform both steps on your behalf for a fee.
75-7 Irving Road,
Toorak VIC 3142
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Updated: November 2018