Personal Police Clearance
Did you know that if you want to live and work overseas, you need a Personal Police Clearance Certificate? This certificate declares your criminal record and will be needed if you are looking for a place to live, applying for a job or need to go to court for some reason.
The application can be made from within the country or from abroad by applying to the South African Police Services (SAPS) – Criminal Record Centre. It will take longer and cost more if the certificate needs to be legalised. Does all this red tape confuse you?
Let us help you. For a nominal service fee, a Don’t Q representative will make sure you have gathered the correct documentation, submit the application for a Personal Police Clearance Certificate, collect the Personal Police Clearance Certificate on your behalf and deliver it to you.
All you need to provide us with is:
- A full set of fingerprints obtained from your local police station,
- The original receipt of the payment for the fingerprints obtained above (R95 paid to SAPS),
- If applying from outside of South Africa, R95 will be added to the fee for the cost of the fingerprint application paid to SAPS,
- A clear copy of your ID/passport.
The South African Police Services (SAPS) – Criminal Record Centre may take up to 4 weeks to process the transaction.