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How do I prepare the notarization of guarantor for minors (for applicants under 18 years of age)?

A notarization of guarantor for minors (for applicants under 18 years of age): Any student under 18 is required to submit one. The steps for obtaining a notarization of guarantor for minors is as follows.

Step one: the student's parents should write a letter of proxy authorizing an adult in China to act as a guarantor. Once the letter has been notarized the student takes the certificate of notarization to the Chinese embassy to be authenticated. You may download a templete of the letter from CUCAS.

Step two: the guarantor takes the aforementioned authentication certificate and writes a letter confirming that they are entrusted as a guarantor and takes these to the local notary office in China for notarization. The guarantor and student will receive a statement of guarantor for minors. The student should then upload a copy of the statement with his/her application documents.

NB: You must bring the original copies of your application documents when you register at the school.