How to get a police certificate - Antigua and Barbuda
If you need to give your fingerprints for a police certificate, this isn’t the same as giving your biometrics (fingerprints and photo) for an application.
Name of the document you need
Police certificate and IRCC requirements
You must provide a police certificate when you apply for permanent residence in Canada.
You will also be requested to provide a police certificate to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) if you declared a criminal record on your application for an electronic travel authorization, work permit or study permit.
How to apply
If you live in Antigua and Barbuda
You should present:
- your valid passport
- applicable fees
If you live outside Antigua and Barbuda
You should provide:
- a copy of your birth certificate
- a list of places and dates of residence in Antigua and Barbuda
- two passport-type photographs
- a full set of fingerprints taken by a recognized police authority
Requests should be addressed to:
The Commissioner of Police
St. Johns, Antigua
Telephone: 268-462-0125 (local calls)
Telephone: 268-462-2095 (overseas calls)
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