How to apply and obtain Police Clearance Certificate in Estonia Police?

What is a Police Clearance Certificate in Estonia?

In Estonia, a Police Clearance Certificate is a document that confirms an individual’s criminal record status in the country. It is also referred to as a “certificate of good conduct” or “criminal record certificate.”

Procedure to obtain Police Clearance Certificate

  1. Gather the required documents: You will need to provide a copy of your identification document, such as a passport or ID card, and a written request for a Police Clearance Certificate.
  2. Complete the application form: The application form can be obtained from the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) website or in person at a PPA service point.
  3. Submit your application: You can submit your application in person at a PPA service point or electronically through the PPA’s online portal.
  4. Pay the fee: A fee is required for processing the application. You can pay the fee online or at a PPA service point.
  5. Wait for the processing: The processing time for a Police Clearance Certificate is typically up to 10 business days. If you apply in person, you may be able to receive the certificate on the same day for an additional fee.
  6. Collect your certificate: Once your application has been processed, you can collect your Police Clearance Certificate in person at a PPA service point or have it mailed to you.

Document Required

  • Completed application form.
  • Fingerprints Impressions on FD-258 Card.
  • Three recent passport size photographs (without spectacles & Cap)
  • Self-Attested colored scanned/photocopies of your passports (current & old) and another Identity document.
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