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Introduction

A police clearance certificate states that you don't have any criminal record against you for a certain period of time which is mentioned in the certificate.

Police Clearance Certificate/Letter of Record showing no recorded criminal convictions in their home town, city or state.

This certificate, to be obtained from the applicant's home district or last place of residence, should cover the last ten years. A certificate should be submitted in respect of each accompanying dependant over the age of 16 years.

Eligibility

  • Residents and nonresidents can apply in person or by mail to The Commissioner of Police.
  • Application to include: full name and alias(es), date of birth, place(s) residence(s), purpose of the request and passport details.
  • Note: Applicants must have lived in Anguilla for at least six months.
  • Provide full name and alias(es), date of birth, place(s) of residence(s) in Anguilla, purpose of the request, a full set of fingerprints taken by a recognized police authority, passport details and a stamped self-addressed envelope (if the applicant wishes the police clearance to be mailed).


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Instructions

Note: Applicants must have lived in Anguilla for at least six months.

Procedure for getting PCC (Police Clearance Certificate) from ANGUILLA

Local Requests

You should provide your full name and alias, places of residence, purpose of the request, passport details and the applicable fees. Requests can be made by applying to:

The Commissioner of Police Police Headquarters The Valley, Anguilla Telephone: 264-497-3740

Non-Resident Requests

You may apply in person, by mail or someone can apply on your behalf to the address listed above. You should provide your full name and alias, places of residence, purpose of the request, a full set of fingerprints taken by a recognized police authority, passport details, the applicable fees, and a stamped, self-addressed envelope, (if you wish the police clearance to be mailed to you).

Required Information

If you live in Anguilla you should provide
  • your full name and aliases (if applicable)
  • places of residence
  • purpose of the request
  • passport details
  • the applicable fees
If you live outside of Anguilla you should provide
  • your full name and aliases (if applicable)
  • places of residence
  • purpose of the request
  • a full set of fingerprints taken by a recognized police authority
  • passport details
  • the applicable fees
  • a stamped, self-addressed envelope, (if you wish the police clearance to be mailed to you)

Procedure

Residents
  1. Provide your full name and aliases (if applicable).
  2. Places of residence
  3. Reason for the Request
  4. Passport Details
  5. Fees which is applicable
  6. Address of request :

The Commissioner of Police
Police Headquarters
The Valley, Anguilla

Non Residents
  1. You may apply in person, by mail or someone can apply on your behalf to the address listed above.
  2. Provide your full name and aliases (if applicable)
  3. Please take the following with you places of residence, Reason for the Request, Passport Details, a stamp and Self-Addressed envelope.
  4. Your full set of fingerprints will be taken by a recognized police authority.
  5. Fees which is applicable

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Required Documents

Residents
  1. Places of residence
  2. Reason for the Request
  3. Passport Details
Non Residents
  1. Places of residence
  2. Reason for the Request
  3. Passport Details
  4. A Stamp
  5. Self Addressed Envelope

Fees

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Validity

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e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever

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Office Locations & Contacts

The Commissioner of Police
Police Headquarters
The Valley, Anguilla
Telephone : 264-497-3740

Commissioner of Police
P.O. Box 60
Parliamentary Drive
The Valley, Anguilla
Telephone: 264 497 2333
Fax: 264 496 5112

The Royal Anguilla Police Force

Find a British Consulate near you.

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Information which might help

Residents can apply in person
At Police Headquarters
The Valley, Anguilla
Tel: 264 497 2333.

Provide full name and alias(es), date of birth, place(s) of residence(s), purpose of the request and passport details.

Non-residents can apply by mail
To The Commissioner of Police
PO Box 60
Parliamentary Drive
The Valley, Anguilla.

Provide full name and alias(es), date of birth, place(s) of residence(s) in Anguilla, purpose of the request, a full set of fingerprints taken by a recognised police authority, passport details and a stamped self-addressed envelope (if the applicant wishes the police clearance to be mailed).

Non-residents: The applicant must have resided in Anguilla for at least six months to be able to obtain a police certificate.


Other uses of the Document/Certificate

A police clearance certificate is a copy of your criminal record or a declaration of the absence of any criminal record. Police clearance certificates are different in each country and territory and may be called police certificates, good conduct certificates, judicial record extracts, pcc, etc. They are issued by police authorities or government departments and used by Citizenship and Immigration to prevent individuals who possess a risk to Country's security from entering the country.

External Links

http://www.immi.gov.au/Help/Locations/Pages/Anguilla.aspx

http://www.gov.ai/

http://ivisitanguilla.com/


Others

Applying In Person

Supporting Documents: Carry originals of all the supporting documents to be presented to the Consular Officer (photocopies of which are to be attached with the application). In case you are not able to present the original documents at the counter, bring notarized copy of documents being attached to the application. Ensure that notarized copy is legible, otherwise Consulate may ask to see the original. However, the passport and the document (which is to be attested) should be presented in original.

Applying by Mail

Supporting Documents: Photocopy of all supporting documents should be notarized and attached to the application. Do not send any original documents except the PASSPORT and the document to be attested.

You are asked to certify that the personal information you have provided on the completed application form is correct. If it is subsequently discovered, for example as a result of a check of police records, that you have provided false or misleading information, or omitted to provide information that resulted in the application being false or misleading, you will have committed an offence.

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