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Hi there. My question is concerning a Jamaican Police Certificate. My fiancee has told me that the resort where she works gets police certificates on all their employees. The resort also allows the employee to purchase a police certificate on themselves for around $3000 or $4000 JD. I believe the police certificate comes from the Ministry of National Security in Kingston the same place she must go to get her's. My question is, can she purchase her police certificate through the resort she works at or must she make two trips to Kingston. Your help is most appreciated.


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Hi there. My question is concerning a Jamaican Police Certificate. My fiancee has told me that the resort where she works gets police certificates on all their employees. The resort also allows the employee to purchase a police certificate on themselves for around $3000 or $4000 JD. I believe the police certificate comes from the Ministry of National Security in Kingston the same place she must go to get her's. My question is, can she purchase her police certificate through the resort she works at or must she make two trips to Kingston. Your help is most appreciated.

Why not do things the correct way, that way there would be no questions asked at the end. Since I know that there are so many fraudulent documents that are flying Jamaica, I would not accept a PC from anyone, but the MNS in Kingston. So the restort request the PC with the seal, and then they sell it for the same price or are they making a profit. The resort is not in the PC selling business, are they. I am just trying to make a point here, do everything that involves this process by going thru the correct legal channels. Believe me, the Embassy in Jamaica has seen it all. Don't get caught in a trap, by trying to take a short cut.

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