Police Clearance Certificate And Certificate of good Conduct

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What is Police Clearance certificate [Good Conduct Certificate]

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Police Clearance Certificate (PCC), known also as ‘Good Conduct Certificate’. it is a copy of the person’s criminal record and status in the state in which he/she resides. In the UAE, the certificate is issued by police departments across the UAE and it indicates that the person is not accused or does not have any criminal records or histories.

Why police clearance certification is required?

Good conduct certificate may required for the various purposes. Some of the requirements are as follow: Engage in business abroad, Obtaining entry visas for certain countries, Migration to other countries, Employer’s Request, Joining the University, Working as Tourist Guide and Many other similar purposes.

Can same PCC be used in multiple countries?

In the UAE, each certificate is issued intending to be used in only one country. If clearance is required for using in more than one country, individual applications must be submitted for each country. The option is available to request for either English or Arabic version at the time of submitting the application.

How long is the clearance certificate valid for?

UAE police clearance certificates are valid for 3 months from the date of issue as mentioned on the certificates. However, Validity it may varies widely.

known by different names In different countries

Example, Good Conduct Certificate, Certificate of Good Character, Criminal Records, Penal Clearance Certificate, Good Citizen Certificate (In Hong Kong), National Police History Check / Police Check (In Australia) etc..

What are the Documents required to obtain Police Clearance certificate in Dubai?

  • a recent passport-size photograph
  • a copy of the applicant’s passport.
  • a valid emirates ID card
  • a letter from the beneficiary stating that he/she does not have any pending criminal convictions