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Notice on Authentication of Chinese Translation of Documents
2019/03/21

The Embassy does not authenticate separate Chinese translation of documents (hereafter referred to as Chinese translation). The Embassy may authenticate Chinese translation bound with the original or photocopy of documents after it has been referred to a Notary Public for notarization, and then to the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) for certification and to Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore for legalization. The Embassy assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of Chinese translation, but may not authenticate Chinese translation which is found obviously inaccurate.

Alternatively, you may also consult with authorities in China, to whom the authenticated documents submitted for use, whether or not the document translation could be done in China by their designated agencies.

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