China Embassy Attestation of South African Documents in Pretoria, South Africa.
If you are looking to obtain a Chinese Visa, applying for a new job in China or conducting business with foreign companies we can legalise your documents. Supporting a wide range of customers we offer the same high level of customer service whether you have just one document or many. From the moment your document arrives at our office it is handled with care. We liaise with the High Court, DIRCO, SAQA and the Chinese embassy on your behalf.
The Chinese embassy has just reopened following their recent COVID19 relates closures. Consequently, the processing times for orders may take longer than expected.Using our Chinese embassy attestation service provides you with quick and easy to order solution. We take care of all the necessary steps required to facilitate fast turnaround. From checking documents, providing solicitor certification to dispatching your documents anywhere in the world.
In order for a document to be attested by the Chinese embassy an application form should be signed and dated by the applicant next to the "Signature of Applicant" sections (twice). Section 1 of this form should be typed in CAPITALS and then a print out of this should be signed by hand. If the applicant is under the age of 18 then this form should be completed and signed by a parent. This is required in addition to a copy of the passport for the applicant.
We need a copy of your passport and a completed embassy application form!Contact UsGet Quotation - Get StartedWe take care of the entire process.
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- One simple to complete the order form to complete and post with your documents. Click for Online Quotation & Order Form
- On receipt, your documents are checked for suitability and to confirm the best way to process them. Click here for the list of commonly legalised documents.
- We then attend the various governmental departments, translator, High Court, Department of Foreign Affairs and the relevant embassy. It can take up to 10 attendances at various institutions to have your documents legalised up to embassy level.
- We add embassy fees onto our account. It is advisable to first get a quotation of costs especially if the documents are for corporate or business purposes. Some embassies charge substantial fees for these corporate legalisations.
We understand that legalising documents for use abroad can be complicated. We are here to make your life easier. Do not hesitate to contact us for help or advice. You are also welcome to visit our offices to discuss your options, costs involved and estimated time frames for completion.
For further information please contact:Hanelie de BeerDocument Legalisation Services
Office 4, Second Floor, Northern Pavilion, Loftus Versveld, 416 Kirkness Street, Pretoria.