China needs to apply for US non-criminal notarization certification

With the increasing number of foreigners working and living in China, there are more and more occasions for foreign non criminal record certification. So how to apply for foreign non criminal record certification certified by Chinese embassies and consulates abroad? Now, if foreigners want to apply for Chinese work visa, they must submit the applicant’s certificate of non criminal record abroad, and at the same time, they need to go through notarization and Chinese Embassy in China Authentication.
For Americans who have immigrated to the United States, to apply for employment in China, it is necessary to use the U.S. criminal record free certificate to prove that there is no criminal activity during their life in the United States. Generally, when you live in the United States for more than six months, you need to use the U.S. criminal record free certificate when you apply for employment or other visas. If you want to use the U.S. criminal record free certificate in China, you need to use the U.S. criminal record free certificate as the embassy certification. To determine the legal nature of this U.S. criminal record.
Ms. Hu, an overseas Chinese living in the United States since childhood, has been working in the United States for three years and has never been to China. She especially wants to come to China to work and live for a period of time and learn about the Chinese culture. Ms. Hu has a classmate working in China who told her that she needs to apply for the U.S. criminal free notarization certificate when she comes to China. Ms. Hu is a little confused. She has always been a good citizen who abides by the law.
Use of U.S. criminal record free certificate:
Holding Chinese passport: want to apply for immigration visa, overseas work visa, permanent residence in the United States or other countries, etc.
Holding a U.S. passport: want to apply for a Chinese visa, want to apply for permanent residency in China, etc
Information required for U.S. crime free certification:
Scanning copy of U.S. crime free certificate + scanning copy of applicant’s passport;
Procedures for authentication of U.S. Embassy of crime free certificate:
1. Entrust the local notary lawyer to notarize the documents with complete materials
2. Next, the notarized documents shall be submitted to the Secretary of state of the United States for certification
3. Finally sent to the Chinese Embassy in the United States for Accreditation

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