Hi all, I am moving over to China soon so it's 'all go' when it comes to getting documents ready for the visa application. One of the things I've been asked to do is get my highest degree certificate legalised. I've already had the document notarised by a notary, and it has been sent to the FCO for legalisation. I'm now at the stage where it should be legalised by the Chinese Embassy, but I can't find much information about this. I phoned the embassy in London (as I couldn't get through to anyone in Manchester) and they didn't have any information about legalisation. All I have found out so far is that I need to 'submit the document to the embassy for legalisation'. Does this have to be done in person? I really don't want to have to drive for 4+ hours to then find out that I haven't got the correct documents/it could have easily been sent by post. Thanks in advance for any information you have!