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China Criminal/Civil Records Search - Degree Verification and Employment Verification
Chinese Criminal Record Search

Info Cubic is a premier provider of International Criminal Records. We utilize local court researchers, government contacts and private agencies in China when conducting International Criminal Record searches. The China Criminal Records search will report crimes and offenses that are comparable to felonies in the United States.

Manual retrieval by court researchers
Fast turnaround time
Court access fee included
Retrieves felony records
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Price: Criminal Search US$95.00

Chinese Education Verification

We verify dates of attendance, graduation date and degree information.

Chinese Employment Verification

We verify the applicant's previous or current employers, verifying at least: start date, end date as well as position information.

Chinese Individual Civil/Bankruptcy Records Check

Info Cubic utilizes our experienced worldwide court researcher network, government contacts and trusted private agencies to conduct Civil and Bankruptcy Record searches in the most affordable and accurate manner available.

Chinese Background Check Package

The employment screening package provides discounted price rather than ordering individual products. It Includes:

  • Criminal Background Check
  • Highest Degree Verification
  • One Employment Verification
Chinese Business Credit Report

Info Cubic International Business Credit Reports provides quick, comprehensive access to commercial credit information on businesses that operate in over 200 countries worldwide. Also we provide civil records and bankruptcy records search on a business if available.

China
China criminal records search
Capital
Beijing
Language
Mandarin Chinese
Population
1,317,000,000
Area
9,596,960 km²
Currency
Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Time Zone
GMT+8
Internet TLD
.cn
Calling Code
+86


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China Police Record

Generally available, reliable. Persons should apply for a certificate of no criminal record at the local Public Security Bureau (PSB) (or certain types of employers such as state owned enterprises), then make application to the notary office for a certificate based on the PSB document. Persons without a criminal record will be able to obtain a certificate to that effect. Certificates for individuals with one or more criminal convictions will list all convictions for which records still exist. The certificates purport to reflect all criminal convictions during residence in China. Police records are generally not available for the period prior to 1949. Notarial police certificates are based in part upon records from an individual's employer. If an employer refuses to release records, the notarial office is not able to issue a certificate. This is the case for persons sent abroad for education by the Chinese Government who fail to return to China.

According to a 1957 state council ruling that is still in force, the imposition of a re-education through labor (Lao Dong Jiao Yu) term does not result from a criminal conviction. Administrative organs, rather than courts, impose re-education through labor. It is important to distinguish re-education through labor from labor reform (Lao Dong Gai Zao), which is a sentence meted out for criminal offenses.

China Education and Employment Verification

There are no legal, cultural or practical impediments to checking past education and employment histories through verifications in China, as long as the individual has given permission for you to do so. We strongly advise you to be in possession of a signed release letter/authorization form before starting the checks. We would like to have the subject's full name in Chinese to perform each verification. This is due to the fact that all schools and employers simply record names in Chinese rather than in English. Most Chinese citizens do not have an English name. If they do, it is often not considered to be a legal name on their passport or "HouKou" (certificate of family registration). It's very challenging to verify a student's degree using an English name. In some instances there are over 10 different ways to translate from an English to a Chinese name.

Different from US and western countries, there are two different types of education verifications in China: Graduation Certificates and Degree Certificates. Graduation Certificates are issued separately from an actual Degree Certificate so a student can obtain Graduation Certificates, but does not hold a Degree Certificate at all. For example, a student passed all the tests to graduate from a school, but failed to pass the test to get a bachelor or master's degree; a very interesting thing in Chinese education structure. Therefor we highly recommend you verify Degree Certificates instead of Graduation Certificates. As a requirement, you need to provide the subject's certificate copy to verify "Degree Certificates."

China Shanghai and Beijing Court Records

Available in most cases. Normally, when someone is tried by a people's court or by an organ of the executive branch of government, some record remains of the case even for a political crime. In some instances, the entire formal court verdict (Pan Jue Shu) is available upon request by the former defendant. In other cases, the court can provide only a synopsis of the charges and the verdict. In all instances, it is necessary to have the applicant request court records. If an applicant is unable to secure court records, the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, or the posts in China with jurisdiction over the area where the record is located can contact the appropriate provincial foreign affairs office and request assistance in securing records. It is not advisable for other U.S. officials to contact courts directly. Most court records will also indicate the original sentence, the actual sentence served and any reduction or commutation of the original sentence. Court records are generally not available for the period prior to 1949.

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