Marital status
 

 

I. Chinese citizens getting married in the UK

The Chinese government accepts marriages of Chinese citizens living abroad registered in accordance with the law of the country of residence (as long as they are not against the Chinese marriage law). If you are going to use your marriage certificate in China, you will need to legalize the marriage certificate registered in the UK.

 

II. British citizens going to get married in China

(a) A completed Application Form of Notarization/Legalization

(b) The original copy, and a photocopy, of the Single Status Certificate issued within recent three months time and legalized by FCO;

(c) Your passport and a photocopy of your passport.

(d) If applicable, a Divorce Certificate, or a Death Certificate of the applicant's previous spouse and a photocopy will be needed.

 

All rights of explanation of the above contents are reserved to the Chinese embassy and consulates.

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Marital status
 

 

I. Chinese citizens getting married in the UK

The Chinese government accepts marriages of Chinese citizens living abroad registered in accordance with the law of the country of residence (as long as they are not against the Chinese marriage law). If you are going to use your marriage certificate in China, you will need to legalize the marriage certificate registered in the UK.

 

II. British citizens going to get married in China

(a) A completed Application Form of Notarization/Legalization

(b) The original copy, and a photocopy, of the Single Status Certificate issued within recent three months time and legalized by FCO;

(c) Your passport and a photocopy of your passport.

(d) If applicable, a Divorce Certificate, or a Death Certificate of the applicant's previous spouse and a photocopy will be needed.

 

All rights of explanation of the above contents are reserved to the Chinese embassy and consulates.