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The Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP Launching Online Service for “Certificate of Quitting the CCP and All its Affiliated Organizations”


Lin Dan | Epoch Times

The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (Tuidang Center) announced Aug. 18 a new online service to obtain a “Certificate of Quitting the CCP.”

The online service was created to meet Chinese people’s growing demand for a formal certificate to prove their disassociation from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations.

The number of people quitting the CCP and its organizations have been increasing every day as more people learn the true nature of the demonic CCP. Since 2020, the United States and other western countries began to reject and impose sanctions on the CCP.

“In the era when the world condemns the actions of the CCP, the recipient of this formal certification will have peace of mind in proving their disassociation from the CCP. This is also an invaluable document when going through customs or immigrating to another country,” the Tuidang Center chairwoman stated.

The certificate will show the recipient’s birth name, date of birth. The certificate will also include the date of issuance, the Tuidang Center’s logo, and the chairwoman’s signature.

After successfully applying for the certificate, the applicant will receive instant and downloadable electronic copies (in Chinese and English) of the PDF certificate, which is printable. This will be sent from the Tuidang Center’s website to their provided email address.

Every certificate carries an official unique identifier that is searchable on the Tuidang Center website. This is different from the searchable ID on the Epoch Times’ Tuidang website.

Prior to the online service, a certificate applicant had to enquire directly with the Tuidang Center, based in New York, to obtain a physical certificate. If the applicant lived abroad, shipping presented a delay. These issues are no longer of concern.

The Quit CCP (Tuidang) movement began in November 2004 after The Epoch Times published “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.” The publication exposed the evil nature of the CCP, showing how it is a cult and force agains the universe, with the ultimate goal of destroying humanity.

The Tuidang Center was established in 2005 to raise awareness among Chinese people about the movement and to encourage them to denounce and quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations. Any person who once joined the CCP can quit, and also apply for a formal certificate via the Tuidang Center’s website.

The Tuidang Center’s certificate has been approved by the U.S. government. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had in the past accepted the Certificate of Quitting the CCP from the Tuidang Center as a supplemental document proving that the applicant had quit the CCP.

According to the Immigration and Nationality Act, Section 212, any member of or affiliated with the Communist or any other totalitarian party is inadmissible to the United States, and during the immigration and naturalization process, the USCIS will investigate all applicants with their ties to Communism.

Due to the potential banning of Communist Party members and their family members, and the numerous cases of deportation and visa cancellation of CCP party members and family members, this has had a significant impact in the Chinese community in the United States.

The Tuidang Center has received an increasing number of inquiries about applying for a formal certificate showing they have quit the CCP.

The Tuidang Center’s chairwoman said that the service is efficient, and will make the process of obtaining a certificate more convenient for Chinese people living abroad to quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations. 

For Chinese people living in Mainland China, they will need to break through the firewall and log into, or ask someone overseas to apply for the certificate. If a person has already quit the CCP, they can send over their searchable ID from the Epoch Times’ Tuidang website to the Tuidang Center as part of their application for the certificate. They can also contact the Tuidang Center to help search for their records.

“For the safety of the people quitting the CCP in Mainland China, they can use either the real or pseudo-names when quitting the CCP on the Epoch Times or at the Tuidang Center, as long as they were sincere when quitting,” the Chairwoman of the Tuidang Center clarified. “The Divine beings care about your intentions.” 

“While the certificate from the Epoch Times hides your name and presents the unique ID number, the certificate from the Tuidang Center requires your real names in both English and Chinese, date of birth, and place of birth,” she added. 

She also stated, “We hope that all the Chinese people can quit the CCP and have a bright future. We hope everyone can spread the good news to all your friends and family. We wish every Chinese person good fortune and a bright future.”

For more details about the certificate, please go to (Chinese), (English)

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