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Consular Working Group Travels to Newfoundland and Labrador for On-site Services

On October 7th, a consular working group of the Chinese Embassy in Canada traveled to St. John's of Newfoundland and Labrador to provide visa and other application services for local overseas Chinese and Chinese students. The working group also accepted the application for notarization for the first time, in order to provide convenience for overseas Chinese and improve its services.

With the help of volunteers from the Chinese Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, nearly a hundred overseas Chinese had prepared required documents for the application according to the Embassy's guideline released before and came happily with their parents or children to the site. The overseas Chinese all expressed that by sending the working group to the town, the Embassy not only saved them from traveling a long way but also save them a large amount of fares, since Newfoundland and Labrador is about 3,000 kilometers away from Ottawa. This activity also made them feel the tender care from the motherland. The on-site service date was on the occasion of China's National Day, and those overseas Chinese were also proud of China's development and changes.

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