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Hi fellow VJ, just want to ask you guys if you have any experience getting a police clearance / certificate in Dubai, UAE, what is the procedure? Thanks in advance guys...and God Bless us all..

http://www.dubai.ae/en.portal?topic,Articl..._pageLabel=home

A. For citizens and residents inside the UAE:

The applicant’s fingerprints are taken.

Obtaining the document takes between 48 and 72 hours.

Fees:

AED 110 for expatriates and AED60 for nationals.

B. For citizens and residents outside the UAE:

Required documents:

A copy of the applicant’s passport.

A copy of the old passport, provided that the previous residence is fixed in it.

A card showing the applicant’s ten fingerprints on the official form issued by the competent authority – Police – in the country of residence. The card should be attested by the UAE embassy in the resident’s country and by the office of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The authority requiring the certificate should be stated.

The documents should be submitted by the applicant or one acting on his behalf.

Where to obtain the service from:

Dubai Police General Headquarters, near Al Mulla Plaza, Dubai.

Timings from 7.30 am to 2.30 pm

Phone: 700040000

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* Moving around in Dubai

Click on this page on bottom there is a form you need to fill in

http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/dp/english/e...6&ItmType=4

Edited by ErosandSally

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Thanks so much ErosandSally...I really appreciate it so much... :) am leaving tomorrow to settle this PCC....thanks again and God Bless Dear... :)

You are welcome...

we had go through the same for a Bahrain Good Conduct certificate....and someone from VJ send us in the right direction too....

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ErosandSally, am I really going to NBI Manila for fingerprint? can you share me how did you do it? thanks again sis.

NBI, Cenomar, and all other documents are local to the Philippines....

If you have been in any other country (outside of the Philippines) for 6 months or more...

then you need to request a Police Certificate (some country call it GOOD CONDUCT Certificate) in the country you have been..

Dubai is slightly different then Bahrain, that is one we had to do....

and the fingerprints page was on same form...and Fingerprints were taken at a local police station....but

In your case, it seem that they want fingerprints be attested by " UAE Embassy/Consulate"

- Record of applicant's fingerprints (on official letterhead of the country issuing it) attested by UAE Embassy/Consulate

Please print the following application form ...

http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/dp/portal/pu...00842793232.pdf

fill it up and follow their procedure carefully

Good Conduct Certification Requset (Those Residing outside the Country)

Type of Service

Issuing a Certificate of Good Conduct (residing outside the country)

Service provided by

- Dubai Police Web Site or

- By airmail

Details of the service

Issue a Criminal Investigation Record to submit to the concerned authorities for the purpose of (study, work, immigration, obtaining permit, etc.)

Beneficiaries

Public

Concerned Authorities

General Department of Criminal Investigation

Required documents

- The proper application form

- Current passport copy, copy of the previous passport, in case the resident visa of UAE is printed on it

- Record of applicant's fingerprints (on official letterhead of the country issuing it) attested by UAE Embassy/Consulate

- Bank draft in the name of Dubai Police H.Q., in the amount of 35 US Dollars

- A period of 6 months has already passed since the issue of the applicant residence visa (non-citizens)

- (2) recent photos

The applicants residing outside the country have to mention clearly the party requesting the criminal investigation record and their mailing address

Procedures

- After receiving the request with the attachments and the fess, the person in charge will check the correctness of documents and issue a receipt of the follow up date

- The person in charge will send the bank draft to the Department of Finance

-The person in charge will send the fingerprints to the Department of Criminal Investigation

- Upon receiving the approvals and verifications by the concerned parties, the certificate will be issued, signed and sealed by the Security Committees

-The person in charge will mail the certificate to the applicant by registered airmail

Contact nos.

+971 4–201 3484

+971 4-201 3564

e-mail : certificate@dubaipolice.gov.ae

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Do you know someone in Dubai who can apply Police Clearance on your behalf? I had a friend who applied for me when I requested it. Because if you don't have anyone to do it for you, I think you will have to request online. It will take time and more expensive.

Anyways, please go to NBI Taft, Manila for fingerprinting with 2x2 photo and a valid I.D. They will ask you to complete the form with complete details (no abbreviations) and take your fingerprints. Then, they will give you claim stub as to when the document can be picked-up. Please take note that you won't have to pay there. The NBI will forward the document to Department of Foreign Affairs for authentication..that's where you will show the claim stub and pay Php 100.00 and again a valid i.d. before they release it. After DFA, you need to go to any DHL counter (local shipment) to send the authenticated document to UAE Embassy Manila and pay around Php 1,800.00. It will take a week before you receive the attested document (from UAE Embassy) with UAE stamp and arabic signature. Once you have it, it is up to you which shipping company you want to use (DHL or Fedex) to deliver your documents to Dubai.

REQUIREMENTS:

--authenticated/attested fingerprints (from DFA/UAE embassy with red ribbon)

-- 4 pcs passport sized photos

--authorization letter for the person who will apply on your behalf

--photocopy of valid passport

--photocopy of passport with UAE visa and cancellation page

--application form (can be downloaded from dubaipolice.gov.ae)

--Dhs 115.00 processing fee

Please make sure to write (on authorization letter and application form) that the purpose for applying PCC is for USA visa application. What I did was, I sent 2 copies each of those documents. I also downloaded the application form and signed it because I just wanted my friend to submit everything, not do the forms and the typing center is far from the police headquarters. BTW, they won't accept handwritten forms, they will ask the person to typewritten it. And since you're outside Dubai, your application will only be processed in the headquarters which is located in Al Qusais. Mine took 8 days and my friend just sent it to me thru DHL.

Goodluck girl.

Edited by chris@beth

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A. For citizens and residents inside the UAE:

The applicant’s fingerprints are taken.

Obtaining the document takes between 48 and 72 hours.

Fees:

AED 110 for expatriates and AED60 for nationals.

<b>B. For citizens and residents outside the UAE:</b>

Required documents:

A copy of the applicant’s passport.

A copy of the old passport, provided that the previous residence is fixed in it.

A card showing the applicant’s ten fingerprints on the official form issued by the competent authority – Police – in the country of residence. The card should be attested by the UAE embassy in the resident’s country and by the office of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The authority requiring the certificate should be stated.

The documents should be submitted by the applicant or one acting on his behalf.

Where to obtain the service from:

Dubai Police General Headquarters, near Al Mulla Plaza, Dubai.

Timings from 7.30 am to 2.30 pm

Phone: 700040000

Related Topics

* Dubai Police website for good conduct certificate

* UAE Embassy website with good conduct certificate

* Residency visa for new born in Dubai

* Health card in Dubai

* Driving license in Dubai

* Moving around in Dubai

Click on this page on bottom there is a form you need to fill in

<a href="http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/dp/english/e_services.jsp?Page=A26&Id=1259&num2=INF&num=INF&mainlayid=196&ItmType=4" target="_blank">http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/dp/english/e...6&ItmType=4</a>

Do you know how long a Dubai Police Certificate is good for & where can I see that info on the internet?

Do you know someone in Dubai who can apply Police Clearance on your behalf? I had a friend who applied for me when I requested it. Because if you don't have anyone to do it for you, I think you will have to request online. It will take time and more expensive.

Anyways, please go to NBI Taft, Manila for fingerprinting with 2x2 photo and a valid I.D. They will ask you to complete the form with complete details (no abbreviations) and take your fingerprints. Then, they will give you claim stub as to when the document can be picked-up. Please take note that you won't have to pay there. The NBI will forward the document to Department of Foreign Affairs for authentication..that's where you will show the claim stub and pay Php 100.00 and again a valid i.d. before they release it. After DFA, you need to go to any DHL counter (local shipment) to send the authenticated document to UAE Embassy Manila and pay around Php 1,800.00. It will take a week before you receive the attested document (from UAE Embassy) with UAE stamp and arabic signature. Once you have it, it is up to you which shipping company you want to use (DHL or Fedex) to deliver your documents to Dubai.

REQUIREMENTS:

--authenticated/attested fingerprints (from DFA/UAE embassy with red ribbon)

-- 4 pcs passport sized photos

--authorization letter for the person who will apply on your behalf

--photocopy of valid passport

--photocopy of passport with UAE visa and cancellation page

--application form (can be downloaded from dubaipolice.gov.ae)

--Dhs 115.00 processing fee

Please make sure to write (on authorization letter and application form) that the purpose for applying PCC is for USA visa application. What I did was, I sent 2 copies each of those documents. I also downloaded the application form and signed it because I just wanted my friend to submit everything, not do the forms and the typing center is far from the police headquarters. BTW, they won't accept handwritten forms, they will ask the person to typewritten it. And since you're outside Dubai, your application will only be processed in the headquarters which is located in Al Qusais. Mine took 8 days and my friend just sent it to me thru DHL.

Goodluck girl.

Do you know how long a Dubai Police Certificate is good for & where can I see that info on the internet?

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Do you know how long a Dubai Police Certificate is good for & where can I see that info on the internet?

Do you know how long a Dubai Police Certificate is good for & where can I see that info on the internet?

It's valid for 3 months. You can visit their site www.dubaipolice.gov.ae

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I need to know if it's possible to obtain or get my police clearance for US Visa application if i had some cc defaulted issues in the UAE? kindly enlighten me. I don't want to encounter any problem in the near future.

Hope someone can give his/her insights and info about this matter. thanks in advance. God Bless

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I need to know if it's possible to obtain or get my police clearance for US Visa application if i had some cc defaulted issues in the UAE? kindly enlighten me. I don't want to encounter any problem in the near future.

Hope someone can give his/her insights and info about this matter. thanks in advance. God Bless

Hi, I am in the same situation and i have been searching thru internet for the possible things that can happen. do you have any progress right now? thanks

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I need to know if it's possible to obtain or get my police clearance for US Visa application if i had some cc defaulted issues in the UAE? kindly enlighten me. I don't want to encounter any problem in the near future.

Hope someone can give his/her insights and info about this matter. thanks in advance. God Bless

If the bank never filed a police report against you, then I think you're good. If they did, remember you submitted your visa and passport copies when you applied for a credit card? That's the same documents the banks would have submitted to the police department and when you apply for a police clearance, old and new passports with UAE visa on it are required.

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