The Consulate provides notarial services in connection with the legalisation of documents covering transactions between parties in two or more countries.
The notarial services include legalisation and authentication of documents, attestation and certification of signatures and stamps.
For documents executed in China and for use in proceedings in Singapore, please see below procedure.
Legalisation of Singapore documents to be used in China
With effect from 20 January 2021, legalisation of documents in Singapore will be performed by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL).
For documents executed in Singapore and for use in proceedings in China, please refer below for the procedure.
Legalisation of Singapore Government Documents(e.g. Registry of Marriage Certificates, Birth Certificates, etc.)
Legalisation of Non-Government Documents (e.g. foreign / private / company documents)
Attestation of Signatures
For documents which require your signature in the presence of a Consular Officer, please bring along your original passport/NRIC for verification of identity. The Consulate will refuse to process documents that are already signed but not in the presence of the Consular officer.
If you need advice or more information, please contact the Consulate at:
Tel: + (86) (592) 2684691
Fax: + (86) (592) 2684694
Consular Service Counter
Tel: + (65) 63798000
Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays: 9.00am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Saturdays: 9.00am to 12.30pm
A fee of S$10/- is chargeable for each legalisation of document, payable by Nets or Cashcard
Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Singapore
150 Tanglin Road
Tel: + (65) 64712117
Fax: + (65) 64795345