police clearance certificate kuwait is an official certificate granted by the Kuwait government not only to its residents, but also for its immigrant residents who stayed in the country. PCC is an acronym of Police clearance certificate and it have a great importance in the international communication. The main aim of PCC is to specify that the applicant may or may not participate in any illegal activities. The applicant should apply in the concerned authority for getting a PCC. Most commonly, the police department is the responsible for issuing this certificate. The term PCC is also popular in so many other synonym terms like like good conduct certificate, good citizen certificate, judicial extracts, etc. Kuwait is economically a prosperous nation in the Gulf region and its legal system is also so rigid. So, obtaining a police clearance certificate kuwait is not an easy procedure it will take so many legal proceedings.
Documents required to obtain a Kuwait PCC are given below.
- Fingerprints-Attested by Kuwait Embassy
- Request letter from the Embassy of the country in which you are going to relocate
- Passport copy
- Kuwait Residence page copy
- 2 Blue Background color Passport Size photo (Recent)
These above mentioned requirements are obligatory for applying a police clearance certificate kuwait. Police clearance certificate is provided only after the verification process, and in which the Kuwait police authority will check and inspect past activities of the applicant to confirm that he or she have any criminal background. The government provides this certificate to all residents who stayed in the country at least six months duration. The applicant may have any arrest, conviction, court proceedings, offensive activities, etc in the Kuwait will not eligible for this certificate. The destination officials use this certificate to understand that the applicant did not do any harmful activities against the interest of their country. Like providing PCC to residents Kuwait government asks PCC from immigrants to ensure that the he/she is not pose a challenge to the country and its individuals.