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Hi, I am just wondering how many police certificates I need to obtain. I have lived in 2 counties in England in my life, and I have just received my certificate from the county where I now live. However, do I need to get one from the other county I have lived in, or just one, as I think it states on the London embassy website one from each country? Also, it says on their website that the certificate should state how long you have been resident in your current place of living, but the police certificate I have does not state this anywhere.

Would appreciate anyone's help, am confused!!!

Thanks :huh:

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Hi, I am just wondering how many police certificates I need to obtain. I have lived in 2 counties in England in my life, and I have just received my certificate from the county where I now live. However, do I need to get one from the other county I have lived in, or just one, as I think it states on the London embassy website one from each country? Also, it says on their website that the certificate should state how long you have been resident in your current place of living, but the police certificate I have does not state this anywhere.

Would appreciate anyone's help, am confused!!!

Thanks :huh:

Is the certificate comprehensive and cover all of UK or is it local only?


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Hi, I am just wondering how many police certificates I need to obtain. I have lived in 2 counties in England in my life, and I have just received my certificate from the county where I now live. However, do I need to get one from the other county I have lived in, or just one, as I think it states on the London embassy website one from each country? Also, it says on their website that the certificate should state how long you have been resident in your current place of living, but the police certificate I have does not state this anywhere.

Would appreciate anyone's help, am confused!!!

Thanks :huh:

Is the certificate comprehensive and cover all of UK or is it local only?

Hi, it says on it that I have no records in the county I live in currently. Does this mean I have to go through the whole process again for the county I lived in previously? At £10 a time, it's a good job I havent lived in more than 2 counties!

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Hi, I am just wondering how many police certificates I need to obtain. I have lived in 2 counties in England in my life, and I have just received my certificate from the county where I now live. However, do I need to get one from the other county I have lived in, or just one, as I think it states on the London embassy website one from each country? Also, it says on their website that the certificate should state how long you have been resident in your current place of living, but the police certificate I have does not state this anywhere.

Would appreciate anyone's help, am confused!!!

Thanks :huh:

The Police certificate covers ALL adresses in the UK, they do the check through Scotland Yard which covers every where in the UK.......so what i'm saying is you will need only 1 police check!!


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Hi, I am just wondering how many police certificates I need to obtain. I have lived in 2 counties in England in my life, and I have just received my certificate from the county where I now live. However, do I need to get one from the other county I have lived in, or just one, as I think it states on the London embassy website one from each country? Also, it says on their website that the certificate should state how long you have been resident in your current place of living, but the police certificate I have does not state this anywhere.

Would appreciate anyone's help, am confused!!!

Thanks :huh:

The UK police certificates covers the entire UK, you do not need one for each county.. the certificate should have a blue strip at the top and one at the bottom !! :thumbs:

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