Chinese Single Status Notarization Certificate

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A Chinese single status certificate is an official document from a notary office that certifies an individual’s unmarried status, often used for international dealings.

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Chinese Single Status Notarization Certificate

To process a marital status notarization in China, indicating that you are unmarried, you’ll need to prepare the following materials:

  1. A valid identification document.
  2. Your household registration book or, if you are part of a collective household, the original page of your residence registration card that pertains to you, along with a photocopy of the front page.
  3. If you have never been married, you must obtain a certificate from the marriage registration office at your place of residence that confirms you have no marriage record. If you are divorced, you must provide a divorce certificate and another certificate that verifies you have not remarried. Similarly, if you are widowed, you need to provide the appropriate certificates.
  4. If you are delegating someone else to handle this for you, remember to provide them with your ID and a handwritten authorization letter.
  5. You may need to provide additional documents if the materials are incomplete or not rigorous enough, depending on the requirements of the notary.

You need this notarization, possibly with a certified translation, for the United States, South Korea, Austria, Kazakhstan, Russia, and other countries. However, acceptance levels for this type of notarization vary by country, so it’s best to clarify in advance. If you are seeking to prove your single status, you need to provide the respective divorce or widowhood certificates, along with a statement written by you, and identification documents such as your ID and household registration book. Currently, the notarization process mainly involves notarizing a statement because new regulations mean that notaries cannot fully verify whether you are indeed single or have not remarried. They will proceed based on your declaration. Remember, although you can provide such a declaration, foreign institutions ultimately decide whether to accept it.

These materials are for reference only. Since the conditions of different applicants and the requirements of different provinces and cities vary, you should first prepare these basic materials. Then, based on your specific situation, consult us further. This will streamline our communication and make the process more efficient.

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