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Country Reciprocity Changes - Birth Certificates of China
Country Reciprocity Changes - Birth Certificates of China

On April 4, 2016, changes were made to the Country Reciprocity Table for birth certificates of China. Prior to this change, the one and only accepted form of birth certificate from China was the Notarial Certificate of Birth. Applicants bring their Household Register (户口簿) ...

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