Chris wrote:Thanks, citizen k.
Now I'm at this point:
I have my FBI letter, translated it into Chinese, and had a native speaker proofread it. I'm in the US right now. Now I want to mail it out by tomorrow (Saturday) morning at the latest (since Monday is a national holiday and post offices are closed).
Let me see if I have my next step right:
I need to Express Mail the following:
1. Original FBI letter
2. Translation of FBI letter
3. US$15 cash
4. Self-addressed stamped envelope
5. Application Form for Authentication
6. Copy of Passport
to the following address:
Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States
4201 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016
Question: Do I have to send anything else?
Here's the list of the required items for authentication.
1. Application for authentication. (and 1 copy)
2. Original FBI background check. (and 1 copy)
3. Chinese translation – FBI background check. (and 1 copy)
4. Copy of your main passport page. (and 1 copy)
5. Copy of your ARC, front and back. (and 1 copy)
6. Self-addressed stamped envelope.
7. $45 USD money order for authentication. ($15 for authentication for the original FBI background check, $30 for authentication for the Chinese translation) Payment can be in cash, money order, or cashier’s check only (no personal checks or credit cards) It’s best to use a money order from the US postal service.
8. Address the package to:
Authentication Services – Consular Division
4201 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016