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French Guiana - Obtain Police Clearance Certificate (Extrait du Casier Judiciaire)

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Introduction

A police certificate is an official document issued by police or government agency of a country to enumerate any criminal records that the applicant may or may not have. Criminal records may include arrest, conviction, and possibly criminal proceedings.


Eligibility

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.

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Instructions

Local Requests
  • French citizens born in French Guyana should apply with proof of identity to Tribunal de Grande Instance de Cayenne
Non-Resident Requests
  • Non-French citizens and French citizens born outside of French Polynesia should apply by mail for a Bulletin no.3 at Casier Judiciaire National

Required Information

  • Name of the Applicant
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Marital Status
  • Passport Number
    • Date of Issue
    • Date of Expiry
    • Place of Issue

Procedure

Local Requests
  • Apply with your proof of identity to:
Tribunal de Grande Instance de Cayenne
Avenue Général de Gaulle
97300 Cayenne
Non-Resident Requests
  • Apply by mail for a Bulletin no.3 at:
Casier Judiciaire National
107 Rue du Landreau
F-44079 Nantes Cedex 1
France

Note: do not attach an envelope or stamp for reply. Par télécopie, 02 51 89 89 18. If you were born outside France, even if you are French, you must enclose proof of identity (photocopy of an official document containing preference descent).

Rappel: si vous êtes né à Mayotte, en Nouvelle Calédonie, en Polynésie Française ou à Wallis et Futuna, vous devez adresser votre demande au greffe du tribunal de première instance de votre lieu de naissance.

Reminder: if you were born in Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia or Wallis and Futuna, you must submit the request to the Court of First Instance in the place of your birth.

French Guiana - Non-French citizens and French citizens born outside French Guiana

Casier Judiciaire National
107 Rue du Landreau
44079 Nantes Cedex 01
FRANCE
Counter hours
Lundi au Vendredi de 8h 30 à 17h (Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm).
Website: https://www.cjn.justice.gouv.fr/cjn/b3/eje20c

Apply to the address above.

Provide: proof of identity or residence status in country (photocopy of passport or identity card and ‘Carte de Sejour’).

The application form ’Request for a bulletin no 3’ (Demande de B3, Extrait du Casier Judiclaire) is available at the website above.

Relevant document: ‘Police Record Check’ (Extrait du Casier Judiciaire).

Fee: nil.

Processing time: approximately two weeks.

Note: do not attach an envelope or stamp for reply. Par télécopie, 02 51 89 89 18. if you were born outside France, even if you are French, you must enclose proof of identity (photocopy of an official document containing preference descent).

Rappel: si vous êtes né à Mayotte, en Nouvelle Calédonie, en Polynésie Française ou à Wallis et Futuna, vous devez adresser votre demande au greffe du tribunal de première instance de votre lieu de naissance.

Reminder: if you were born in Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia or Wallis and Futuna, you must submit the request to the Court of First Instance in the place of your birth.

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Required Documents

Provide: proof of identity or residence status in country (photocopy of passport or identity card and ‘Carte de Sejour’).

The application form: ’Request for a bulletin no 3’ (Demande de B3, Extrait du casier judiclaire) is available at: https://www.cjn.justice.gouv.fr/cjn/b3/eje20c


Fees

Getting your criminal record (update 3) is free.

Validity

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

Documents to Use

https://www.cjn.justice.gouv.fr/cjn/b3/eje20c

Sample Documents

Please attach sample completed documents which would help other people who would like to follow this procedure.    

Processing Time

Processing time is approximately two weeks.

Office Locations & Contacts

For Resident Requests
Tribunal de Grande Instance de Cayenne
Avenue Général de Gaulle
97300 Cayenne
For Non-Resident Requests
Casier Judiciaire National
107 Rue du Landreau
F-44079 Nantes Cedex 1
France

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Video

Videos explaining the procedure or to fill the applications. 
Attach videos using the following tag <&video type="website">video ID|width|height<&/video&> from external websites.
Please remove the "&" inside the tags during implementation.
Website = allocine, blip, dailymotion, facebook, gametrailers, googlevideo, html5, metacafe, myspace, revver, 
sevenload, viddler, vimeo, youku, youtube
width = 560, height = 340, Video ID = Can be obtained from the URL of webpage where the video is displayed.
e.g In the following url "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0US7oR_t3M" Video ID is "Y0US7oR_t3M". 
	

Information which might help

Your request will be done in 3 steps

  • form filling
  • confirmation of the captured data
  • receipt of the request

The items followed by an obligatory mention are required.

You have support for each item by placing the cursor in the area or by clicking on its name.

If necessary, the Help buttons allow you to check the name of your place of birth or the country, if your address is outside.

The identity you specify here will be checked against the Service. It must therefore be strictly in line with your current marital status.

Other uses of the Document/Certificate

In many immigration cases you may be requested by relevant Government to present Police Clearance Certificate from another country where you have resided for some time. If you are going through immigration process, you will definitely be asked for such a certificate.

External Links

http://www.cjn.justice.gouv.fr

http://www.cg973.fr/spip.php?page=sommaire

Others

It is the applicant’s responsibility to contact the relevant authorities to obtain the necessary police certificates or clearances. Each country’s procedures are different. Applicants may have to apply to more than one level of government or more than one agency - municipal, provincial, state, federal and the police, courts or similar governmental agencies for the police certificate. If a police certificate cannot be obtained from any of the countries on the list, provide a written explanation why and an original letter from the police authority confirming that it will not issue a certificate.

  • All compulsory fields should be filled in.
  • Make sure all entered information is correct.
  • Make sure all required documents are provided.
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