Ever wanted to teach in china well its a dream for many people around the world. The chance to travel, work, learn a new language, meet new & different people and most importantly, how to get the best job!
Looking to extend the recognition of your degree? Apostleship by the U.S. Secretary of State and Authentication by the U.S. Department of State. We can do that for you!
But how do you get to this point? A few years ago it was possible to teach in China with just a TEFL certificate or by being a native English speaker but as China has rapidly developed and changed so have their laws.
This doesn’t mean that your chance to be an English teacher in China has vanished though, no, we are here to help you get your degree and meet the requirements to teach in China!
The most important thing you will need is a degree in English language studies from a native-speaking
country and that’s where we come in.
We will provide you with a legitimate degree from a real U.S. university allowing you to pursue your dream of teaching in China!
We don’t deal with fakes and had been around for years. Even if you don’t use us to get you dream job. Please take care. There are untrustworthy pages copying our service.
But what else do I need?
YOUR DEGREE NEEDS TO BE “LEGALIZED” AND WE CAN DO THAT TOO! IT INVOLVES THE FOLLOWING:
Notarization – this is the attestation by a Notary Public that the signature appearing on the document is true and genuine. This is usually completed in the country where the document originates. This may also be made by a solicitor as signatures made on the document.
Apostilization – a Government Official in the country of origin has to declare the signature of the Notary Public or the Solicitor as true and genuine. These are undertaken by a Home Office, e.g the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, or Department of State.
Legalization – the Chinese Embassy can now declare and accept the signature, seal or stamp appearing on the document as genuine.
Like most places in Asia, teaching English in Vietnam requires a four-year degree from an university and a passport from an English-speaking country. However, it does seem that there are some teaching jobs available for those that do not have a four-year degree. In that case, you will definitely need a 120-hour TEFL certificate.
For teaching in Vietnam all that is needed is a degree and transcripts. Use to be just a degree but they changes it.
We can help with all this for you.
Let’s start with the requirements set forth by the government to teach English in Thailand, each of which is needed to obtain a work permit:
And we can help with all of this. Most school now are asking for transcripts with your degree.
If you need more info, please, contact us through our contact form.
Only once you have authenticated your documents and sent these by scanned copy to your employer school can their HR Team begin to submit your work ‘Z’ VISA application to the Provincial Visa Office*.
Ensure you allow around 3 weeks to complete the process; OUR CLIENTS should begin this process immediately after receiving their hard copy degree certificate. Don’t wait. As we do it legal it takes a bit longer but its safe. I know, that in China they have too many people getting fakes. And then loosing their VISA.
* The notarization and legalization process differs from country to country
YOU ARE ONE STEP CLOSER TO YOUR DREAM JOB AND NEW EXPERIENCE TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ANYWHERE !
Do not give up. Hang in there.