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Countries that are NOT currently members of The Hague Convention of 1961 require a certification for any document requested by these countries. Please be aware that some of the countries such as China may need additional legislation by a Consulate or Embassy Office. Most countries that are NOT members of this convention request that State certified documents also be certified by the US Department of State, located in Washington DC, before being presented to the Consulate or Embassy for legislation.
Please note: Any document issued in the United States of America destined to be used in China must have an apostille of the respective Secretary of State of the State where the document was issued. For non-Hague countries such as China there are some additional steps that need to be taken.
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China has become one of the latest countries to join The Hague Convention of 1961 to abolish the requirements of document legalization. China became a member of this convention on March 8th, 2023 and the treaty between China and the United States took full effect on November 7th, 2023.
Please note: Any document issued in the United States of America destined to be used in China must have an apostille of the respective Secretary of State of the State where the document was issued.