|Subject: UAE Police Clearance
Does any one know how long it takes to get the UAE police clearance after one has submitted all the required documentation to the UAE embasssy in Washington DC?
|UAE police clearance certificate (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
I am staying in Calgary canada and appling for the Parmanent Residence for the canada and immigration departemnt require Police certificate of Abu Dhabi because I was in Abu Dhabi.
I woul like to know from you information that what is the amount & draft require and payble to whom,
As per my information Bank Draft amount should be USD $35 and Payble to General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police, please confirm by return mail.
If above procidure is not correct, please write me correct one.
Thanks & regards.
Krishan Kant sharma
krishan kant sharma
|certificate of good conduct form U.A.E while on visit (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
I was in Dubai on a visit for few days, my processing is almost over permanent residense to Canada, since my passports r with the caonsulate, but they have asked for police clearance from U.A.E, i have completed all the requirements, but the police department in dubai says, they do not have any procedure to issue a police clearance for people who were on visit visa, u have to have a residense visa.
can any please tell me what can be done in this case.
|Police Clearance for Canada (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
I wanted to apply for me and my spouse for Police Clearance for Canada could you please inform me the following
1) Details for required.
2) Where can we get this.
Nimish Suresh Modak
|Police Clearance Certificate (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
I am an Indian who is living in Abudhabi Emirate,as a part of my immigration process to Australia,I need some informations regarding Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) for the Immigration purpose.Please let me know that where/how can i contact the concern department and what are all documents has to be submitted.My personal details are given below,
Passport No#; F2037030
Mobile No#; 050-8163036
|ABOUT POLICE CLEARANCE (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
DEAR SIR I USE TO LIVE IN DUBAI FOR ONE YEAR. NOW I,AM IN KUWAIT .I APPLIED FOR USA VISA AND THEY ASKE ME A POLICE CLEARANCE FROM DUBAI I NEED AN ADVICE HOWE I CAN GET IT.
|pcc uae (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
Krishan kant sharma i am in calgary also, please give ur contact details or contact me at email@example.com
|POLICE REPORTS FROM ABU DHABI (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
Hello Prajesh PV... you just have to go to the main police head-quarters to request your police report... they will need:
- Dhs 50
- 2 photos
- they will take your finger prints
- fill out a form
AFter you fill our the form, take finger prints, pay the money, they will send it to you via impost... THAT´S IT!
Of course you must present your passport and your residency must be valid at the time you request your police report... it takes about a week or so for it to be sent...
Since you are in Abu Dhabi... it should super easy for you to get it! Gool luck!
|UAE Police Clearance (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
How did you get the fingerprints here in the US?
The one you submitted in Washington, DC?
|Dubai PCC (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
Dear Being_There and Forum Members,
We have received update submission in 90 days from Canadian High Commission including Dubai PCC on 21 Jan 2008. We are Indian PP holders of four members (2 adults + 2 children)living in Dubai for the past 18 years. I am the principal applicant. Do I have to get PCC for my wife also, does she need to give finger print as well? I don´t think my kids would require!! What are the procedures, if some one explain in detail please.....
Thanks in advance - Rav
| (in reply to: UAE Police Clearance)
Yes Rav, you, your wife and any other member of your family 21 years of age and older must submit a police report for the UAE and for any other country they have lived in for a period of 6 months or longer... so yes, your wife will be required to get her finger prints taken...
For more details and information regarding your immigration process, I suggest that you visit the CIC home page: www.cic.gc.ca
There you will find a lot of useful info...