Police Clearance Certificate PCC from RCMP Canada

Information for Police Clearance Certificate

Police Clearance Certificate is a document that is issued by the RCMP of Canada, certifying that the applicant has never partaken in any criminal activity that led to the involvement of the Canadian police, and is also required when a person applies for an immigration status to other countries.

Person applying for Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) are required to state the period of stay in Canada. Documentary proof of stay is to be provided. First Entry and Last Exit date STAMP is also required. All pages of VISA (Colour Copy).

It is issued to any individual who reside more than 6 months in Canada.

Procedure of Getting Police Clearance Certificate

Our associate agency will digitize inked fingerprints to encrypted format and transmit them to the RCMP (via secure server), the same day. They are accredited and certified by the RCMP to digitize and transmit fingerprints electronically. The RCMP take 10 business days to process the application if no criminal record found and after that they send the certified criminal record check (hard copy) via regular mail. The RCMP do not send the certificate via email or courier. In case you need it urgently, the RCMP can send it to our associates and they can then forward it to you or a third party, via courier, at an additional cost.

 Documents required for Police Clearance Certificate

  1. Completed card scan application form.
  2. Full set of fingerprints impressions (C-216c Card).
  3. One – recent passport size photographs (without wearing spectacles or Cap).
  4. Third Party Consent form.
  5. Self-Attested colored scanned/photocopies of your passports (current & old) and another Identity document.
    (email: realscanbiometric@gmail.com)
  6. Scanned/Photocopies of Identity documents (other than passport).

Processing Time

We will give the original certificate in 20 working days. The processing time increases if a person was ever charged by the police.

Processing Fee
Applicable Fee with Processing Charges
Payment is non-refundable once the application is processed.

Address of Embassy in India
High Commission of Canada, 7/8,
Shantipath, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi – 110021, India

Police Certificate Issuing Authority
Royal Canadian Mounted Police- Canada

Head Office

2443, Basement, Hudson Line,
Kingsway Camp, Delhi-110009
Email : pcc@fingerprintexpert.in
Call : +91-1145152301, +91-9599313306

  • Asked by : sima
    2019-07-03 02:26:20
    Need pcc from canada am in India now, need to submit to USA for visa. ?
  • Asked by : raifal
    2019-06-07 19:29:56
    How much does it cost to get fingerprint done and how much for the whole process of getting canada PCC. I am from kerala.Thank you. ?
  • Asked by : Sankar Chakravorty
    2019-05-28 10:55:16
    Me and my wife will be in Kolkata on 18th June 2019. We need Canadian Police Clarence certificate for submitting US visa application. We lived in Canada between 1995 to 2000. Kindly advise.. ?
  • Asked by : Vineela Mekala
    2019-05-08 03:07:18
    I lived in Canada between March 2014 to Apr 2015. I need a 'certified criminal record check' issued by RCMP. Currently, I am living in Andhra Pradesh. Do you have an office in Hyderabad where I can give fingerprints?Please let me know the process, cost for entire process and help me get the certificate.Thanks,Vineela. ?
  • Asked by : smitesh
    2019-03-13 12:14:48
    Hi I need PC from Canada and I came accross your wesite.However, I just checked the RCMP website and it says from outside Canada, fingerprints must be taken by local police on paper and then RCMP Acredited agency within Canada can only digitize the copies and submit to RCMP. I am not sure how will you guys help me. . ?
  • Asked by : Gurpreet Singh
    2019-01-15 20:45:23
    I had stayed at Canada for eleven months I want PCC from Canada.kindly let me know the procedure and the charges. ?
  • Asked by : saravanan mohan
    2018-11-13 16:17:09
    i would need to get my canada PCC from chennai. . ?
  • Asked by : Rajeeb Pothal
    2018-09-09 11:55:23
    Hi,My Name is Rajeeb Kumar Pothal, I required RCMP for my Spouse(ALisha Mohanty) who is residing in India now. I get that below documents required, however i am not getting where I will get C-216c Card and Third Party Consent form.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Completed card scan application form.Full set of fingerprints impressions (C-216c Card).One – recent passport size photographs (without wearing spectacles or Cap).Third Party Consent form.Self-Attested colored scanned/photocopies of your passports (current . ?
  • Asked by : Rey Vaz
    2018-07-18 20:23:40
    What is the cost for RCMP PCC from India? Thanks. ?
  • Asked by : Jyoti Saini
    2018-06-12 15:09:09
    Hi, I spent 4 years in Canada on student visa and work pemit, now i want to apply for PR for which i need PCC on urgent basis.Right now i am in Qatar, i will be in india on 27th. I am from Punjab, please guide how i can get PCC asap with total cost involved.Thanks. ?
  • Asked by : krishna priya
    2018-06-06 21:29:26
    I need to get PCC for Canada as I stayed there, more than 6 months (from 2017 April to 2018 Jan). In India, I am located at kochi,kerala. So how do I fill out C216C form remotely. Can anyone help me the with the process ?. ?
  • Asked by : philip
    2018-06-05 12:18:37
    I been there in Canada for 7 years now I am in India and I am trying to go to newzland ..so I would like to get pcc from canada..I am from kerala so is it any office in Kerala? And I would like to know the cost and time duration needed for this..thanksPhilip. ?
  • Asked by : Deb
    2018-05-02 19:49:37
    I need to get PCC for Canada as I stayed there, little less than 3 years (from 2010 to 2013)In India, I am located at Kolkata. So how do I fill out C216C form remotely. Can anyone guide me the process. . ?
  • Asked by : harpreet singh
    2018-01-31 23:46:53
    Hi,I want my criminal record check from canada as i lived there for two years in 2008-10. Can you tell me the procedure, requirements, cost and processing time.Thank you. ?
  • Asked by : Reena
    2017-11-15 19:24:49
    Hello,I recently been to Canada for 5 months and 10 days. I am looking to get RCMP Police Clearance. Can you please provide me the detail for the documents required for the process? how much time it will take to get the certificate?Please feel free to contact me via email patelreena90@gmail.com or phone 918830228185.Looking forward hearing from you.Sincerely,Reena. ?
  • Asked by : Namrata
    2017-11-15 10:21:34
    Hello, I lived in Canada for four years 2012-2016. I am now applying for Canada PR and need to submit PCC. Please help me with the procedure and fees. I have mentioned my email id.i stay in Bangalore. Let me know any service available here. Also please note that I stayed at different provinces in Canada due to job chamge. Advise on this. . ?
  • Asked by : Pawan
    2017-10-16 04:03:06
    HelloI stayed in canada for few weeks on visitor visa. I am looking for police clearance certificate from Peel police.Thanks. ?
  • Asked by : Therese Loo
    2017-09-13 13:05:43
    I lived in Canada some 25 years back and I am applying for Permanent Residence. They are requesting Police Clearance Certificate for Canada but I live in Mauritius. How do I proceed as they need fingerprints.Thanks to let me know.RegardsTherese Loo. ?
  • Asked by : DR RGS Asthana
    2017-07-08 10:07:33
    when do i get reply to my query on PCC. ?
  • Asked by : DR RGS Asthana
    2017-07-07 09:45:50
    I alongwith my wife was in Canada from Sept, 12, 1982 to 17 Dec 1983 on an assignment as Visiting Prof. at McMaster Univ. My daugther has applied for US green Card and we need PCC from Canada,PLease do let me know the cost and time for this.. ?
  • Asked by : Varun Gupta
    2017-07-06 00:53:45
    How much it will cost for Canada RCMP Criminal Check Record and how long it will take assuming no match is found?Provide reasonable quotation. ?
  • Asked by : Sheethal Benny
    2017-03-07 07:44:50
    As per the new rules of QATAR,I need finger print PCC of India.I am currently in Canada.Please tell me the procedure to get PCC of INDIA. ?
    2017-02-04 10:16:16
    My wife and I have applied for PR card for Canada. During processing of the appliacation , they have asked to get PCC from canadian authorities as we have stayed once more than six months in Canada. PCC must be submitted latest by 20th FEB 17 to the Attorney address, who is handling our case.Is this possible?. ?
  • Asked by : Abdul Majeed
    2017-01-13 04:50:37
    I need PCC from Canada Currently I am in HyderabadPlease email me the total price and hyderabad address.Thanks. ?
  • Asked by : PAVANI MOTURU
    2017-01-04 20:17:34
    Dear Sir/Madam,We (me and my husband) lived in Canada from Jan 2014 to April 2016. I am living alone with my baby in Vijayawada, AP, India and my husband is now working in Hong Kong. We have to submit police certificate for our US immigration visa (green card) processing and so need a 'certified criminal record check' issued by RCMP. I understand the procedure required.Since I have to take care of the baby and don't have any other people to accompany me, I am not in a position to travel even to Hyderabad to give my fingerprints at your center. Would it be possible for you to arrange in my home town Vijayawada for collection of my finger prints? Please let me know.. ?
  • Asked by : Monika Gogna
    2016-07-13 11:19:47
    I need to get PCC from Canada and United Kingdom .Please let me know the procedure , than. ?
  • Asked by : Greg Wilson
    2016-06-14 17:08:48
    My company G.B.Wilson Enterprises Limited has invested in and manages 3 of the 7 RCMP certified vendors on this page http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/certification-new-agencies-and-vendors . I would like to discuss working with your company. ?

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