A Police Clearance Certificate is issued by the Royal Bhutanese Police Headquarters, Bhutan. In Bhutan, the criminal record information is maintained at the Central Bhutanese Police Headquarters, Bhutan Police Force. PCC Certifying that the applicant has never partaken in any criminal activity that led to the involvement of the (Bhutanese Police Force) and is also required when a person applies for an immigration status to other countries. A person applying for Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is required to state the period of stay in Bhutan. 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 resides for more than 6 months in Bhutan.
You will have to write a letter to the Royal Bhutan Embassy stating that you require a PCC and that you are authorizing our Organization to collect it on your behalf. Applicant must apply with Completed Application Form (Personal Particular) provided by our lab for Police Clearance Certificate. You should send a written disclosure request to Royal Bhutan Embassy in the country where you are currently residing. The applicant should furnish his or her full name, date and place of birth, and place and period of all residences in Bhutan, including full addresses. The certificate will be posted to the forwarding address as indicated by the applicants in the application. The (Central Bhutanese Police Headquarters) takes 2 to 3 weeks to process the application if no criminal record found. Note: Certificates are not issued for holders of visitor’s visas.
We will give the original Police Clearance Certificate within 2 to 3 weeks. (
Payment is non-refundable once the application is processed.
Royal Bhutan Police Headquarter
Samdrup Jongkhar, Bhutan
Royal Bhutan Embassy
Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi, Delhi 110021
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