No. After the documents are received, they will be registered with a number, and then processed. After the service is finished, the Central Authority will issue an official Certificate of service and send it back to the Forwarding Party.
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But the Forwarding authorities may inquire about the status of the requests once 30 calendar days following the submission have elapsed.
Source: Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China, the Most Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (posted on HCCH), available at https://www.hcch.net/en/states/authorities/details3/?aid=243.
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