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Legalize Documents In Malaysia For Use In China

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Legalizing Malaysian documents for use in China involves notarization, authentication, and legalization by the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in Malaysia. Documents are first notarized for authenticity, then authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia. The Chinese Embassy affixes its seal to validate them for use in China. If documents aren't in Chinese, they must be translated by an official translator and authenticated. Finally, submit the legalized and translated documents to relevant Chinese authorities.

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