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Obtain a certificate of good conduct from Dubai Police

Certificates of Good Conduct (also called Police Clearance Certificates) can be obtained from Dubai Police within 2-3 working days for residents within the country.

A. For citizens and residents inside the UAE:
The applicant’s fingerprints are taken.
Obtaining the document takes between 48 and 72 hours.

Fees:
AED 110 for expatriates and AED60 for nationals.

B. For citizens and residents outside the UAE:

Required documents:
A copy of the applicant’s passport.
A copy of the old passport, provided that the previous residence is fixed in it.
A card showing the applicant’s ten fingerprints on the official form issued by the competent authority – Police – in the country of residence. The card should be attested by the UAE embassy in the resident’s country and by the office of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The authority requiring the certificate should be stated.
The documents should be submitted by the applicant or one acting on his behalf.
 
Where to obtain the service from:

Dubai Police General Headquarters, near Al Mulla Plaza, Dubai.
Timings from 7.30 am to 2.30 pm

Phone: 700040000

 


Published Date : 31/05/2011

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Certificates of Good Conduct (also called Police Clearance Certificates) can be obtained from Dubai Police within 2-3 working days for residents within the country.

A. For citizens and residents inside the UAE:
The applicant’s fingerprints are taken.
Obtaining the document takes between 48 and 72 hours.

Fees:
AED 110 for expatriates and AED60 for nationals.

B. For citizens and residents outside the UAE:

Required documents:
A copy of the applicant’s passport.
A copy of the old passport, provided that the previous residence is fixed in it.
A card showing the applicant’s ten fingerprints on the official form issued by the competent authority – Police – in the country of residence. The card should be attested by the UAE embassy in the resident’s country and by the office of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The authority requiring the certificate should be stated.
The documents should be submitted by the applicant or one acting on his behalf.
 
Where to obtain the service from:

Dubai Police General Headquarters, near Al Mulla Plaza, Dubai.
Timings from 7.30 am to 2.30 pm

Phone: 700040000

 

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Created at 31/05/2011 07:57 by Ali Developer
Last modified at 09/10/2012 09:31 by Aliasgar Khozem