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I've received a request to get my degree certified. I am currently in Taiwan. Could I fax my papers to them? Could I go to somewhere equivalent in Taiwan to get it certified?
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Get it notarized at AIT. Mail it to your designated Taipei office in the U.S. for legalization.
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