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Comoros - Police Clearance Certificate

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Introduction

National Police Check is the Comoros equivalent of a ‘police clearance certificate’, ‘police record’, ‘police file’, ‘police check’ or ‘criminal check’. If you are asked for any of these, a copy of your criminal record from the Ministry of Justice should meet the requirements. If you have no convictions, you will receive a letter stating that is the case.

Eligibility

You will need to obtain an extract of the criminal record (Bulletin No 3 of the criminal record) through the “Tribunal de première instance” of Moroni if you are from Grande Comores and provide your birth certificate.

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Instructions

Residents can apply in person at the Master of Justice

Non-residents apply in person at Master of Justice, nearest Comore Embassy in country of residence


Required Information

  • Full name
  • Passport number
  • Birth certificate
  • Sex
  • Place of birth

Procedure

In application of a police certificate, a "Bulletin no. 3 de casier judiciaire" can be obtained from the "Greffier en Chef at the Tribunal de Moroni, Comores", (Chief Clerk of the Court of Moroni) upon presentation of the original birth certificate and for married women a marriage certificate. Non-Comorians must have lived at least 6 months in Comoros to obtain a Bulletin.

All other names by which you are known or have previously been known (such as your maiden name), must be provided in full, including given names. Check that your date of birth is correctly entered.

Full payment must accompany the application. Applications with incorrect amounts will not be processed.

Ensure all the necessary details are submitted, including signed consent and copies of identification documents. Please note parental consent will be required if the applicant is under 18 years of age.


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Required Documents

  • Birth certificate
  • Passport
  • Motivational letter
  • Payable Fee

Fees

Fee: CF1, 000.

Validity

Explain the time until which the certificate/document is valid.
e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever

Documents to Use

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Sample Documents

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Processing Time

The processing time is 5 days.

Office Locations & Contacts

Government of the Comoros Portal

Comoros Embassy or Consulate

List of diplomatic missions of Comoros

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Video

Videos explaining the procedure or to fill the applications. 
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Information which might help

Generally, application for such certificates should be made directly to police authorities in the district in which you resided. If you have any questions about where or how to apply for police certificates in other countries, you may communicate directly with the consular office processing your visa applications.

Other uses of the Document/Certificate

Police certificates are required from every visa applicant aged 16 years or over for each locality of the country of the applicant’s nationality or current residence where the applicant has resided for at least six months since attaining the age of sixteen. Police certificates are also required from all other countries where the applicant has resided for at least one year.

External Links

http://www.beit-salam.km/

http://www.wordtravels.com/Travelguide/Countries/Comoros/Contacts


Others

SUMMARY:

  • Document: ‘National Police Check’’.
  • Residents: Apply in person to the Master of Justice.
  • Non-residents: Apply in person to the Master of Justice, at the Comore Embassy in your country of residence.
  • Application to include: birth certificate, passport and motivational (cover) letter.
  • Fee: payable.
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