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Consular Services - Police Clearance Certificate
POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE
Police Clearance Certificate or Certificate of Good Conduct
Getting the Fingerprints attested from the UAE Embassy
In order to get a police clearance certificate from any Emirate of UAE, the candidate has to get his fingerprints attested in black ink by the local police station of his city, then by the Ministry of Home of his state and then by the Ministry of External Affairs of India. The address of their Delhi office is Consular Section, Patiala House, Tilak Marg, near India Gate. Other offices of the Ministry of External Affairs are in Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad and Kolkata. The candidate can also directly approach the Fingerprint Cell in Patiala House to get his fingerprints done. Attested finger prints are then to be submitted in the UAE Embassy (either by himself, or through his blood relatives, or through any of our authorized agents) from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Rs.3,750/- is the fee per certificate IN CASH, and the document would be returned back on the same day, between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm.
Sending the Attested Fingerprints to UAE
Once you have received the attested fingerprints back from the Agent, you have to send them to the appropriate agency in the UAE. Please include the following items.
The fingerprint form legalized by the UAE Embassy
A copy of your previous residence permit in the UAE
A copy of your recent passport
Two colored passport-size photographs
Any required fees (depends on jurisdiction)
Send your packet to the concerned Ministry of Interior agencies below. Before sending the documents, please call the UAE Office to receive information on required fees, and to make sure you're sending them to the appropriate jurisdiction.
We suggest sending the documents to a friend in the UAE, so that your friend can obtain the certificate from the Police Department on your behalf. This will greatly reduce the processing time compared to sending the documents directly to the Police Department.