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Has anyone managed to get a police clearance from China? it seems impossible to get from the bit of research done so far. 

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Police check - People's Republic of China

Relevant document: ‘Notary Certificate of No Criminal Convictions’.

You must first obtain the ‘No Criminal Convictions Certificate’ from your local police station and provide this to the Public Notary Office to apply for the ‘Notary Certificate of No Criminal Convictions’.
Applications by post will not be accepted.

Citizens: Provide the following documents to the Public Notary Office where your Hukou is registered:

  • original ‘No Criminal Convictions’ certificate from your local police station (obtained from the place where your Hukou is registered)
  • original ID card
  • original Hukou booklet
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

You must apply with the following documents to obtain the ‘No Criminal Convictions’ Certificate from your local police station:

  • original ID card
  • original Hukou booklet
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

The police station might request a statement from your employer or, in the case of no employment, a letter from the residential committee.

Non-citizens:

You (or an authorised person) must apply in person at the Public Notary Office in each city where you resided.

Provide the following documents to the Public Notary Office:

  • original passport (or copy of passport, original Temporary Residence Card or Temporary Residence Permit)
  • original Police Clearance certificate from your local police station
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

You must provide the following documents to obtain the Police Clearance certificate from the Local Police Station:

  • your original passport(s) (or copy of passport(s) – including both the current passport and any old passports in which the Chinese visa was attached
  • a letter from the work unit or university/school where you worked or studied while in China, and
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

The local police station might only issue Police Clearance certificates to applicants with Z (Work), X (Student) and J1 (Journalist) visa classes. Holders of other classes of visa will need to enquire directly to the local police station and/or Public Notary Office for local procedures to obtain police clearance certificates.

Fee: Payable.

Note 1: Application procedures differ slightly between different provinces, districts or cities. You are encouraged to confirm the procedure directly with the local police station and/or Public Notary Office. For example, some Public Notary Offices in Beijing require the applicant to firstly go to the Public Notary Office to get a specific form which then needs to be provided to the local police station. 

Note 2: You should obtain a notarised translation of the certificate and provide both the original and notarised translation of the ‘No Criminal Convictions Certificate’ to the office processing the application.

 


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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Thanks for the detailed explanation. So if I am outside China and not a Chinese national, I get police clearance from my country and how do I proceed with the Notary route while i am not in China?

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On 19/09/2019 at 21:27, wrussell said:

Police check - People's Republic of China

Relevant document: ‘Notary Certificate of No Criminal Convictions’.

You must first obtain the ‘No Criminal Convictions Certificate’ from your local police station and provide this to the Public Notary Office to apply for the ‘Notary Certificate of No Criminal Convictions’.
Applications by post will not be accepted.

Citizens: Provide the following documents to the Public Notary Office where your Hukou is registered:

  • original ‘No Criminal Convictions’ certificate from your local police station (obtained from the place where your Hukou is registered)
  • original ID card
  • original Hukou booklet
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

You must apply with the following documents to obtain the ‘No Criminal Convictions’ Certificate from your local police station:

  • original ID card
  • original Hukou booklet
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

The police station might request a statement from your employer or, in the case of no employment, a letter from the residential committee.

Non-citizens:

You (or an authorised person) must apply in person at the Public Notary Office in each city where you resided.

Provide the following documents to the Public Notary Office:

  • original passport (or copy of passport, original Temporary Residence Card or Temporary Residence Permit)
  • original Police Clearance certificate from your local police station
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

You must provide the following documents to obtain the Police Clearance certificate from the Local Police Station:

  • your original passport(s) (or copy of passport(s) – including both the current passport and any old passports in which the Chinese visa was attached
  • a letter from the work unit or university/school where you worked or studied while in China, and
  • an authorisation letter (if applying through a third party).

The local police station might only issue Police Clearance certificates to applicants with Z (Work), X (Student) and J1 (Journalist) visa classes. Holders of other classes of visa will need to enquire directly to the local police station and/or Public Notary Office for local procedures to obtain police clearance certificates.

Fee: Payable.

Note 1: Application procedures differ slightly between different provinces, districts or cities. You are encouraged to confirm the procedure directly with the local police station and/or Public Notary Office. For example, some Public Notary Offices in Beijing require the applicant to firstly go to the Public Notary Office to get a specific form which then needs to be provided to the local police station. 

Note 2: You should obtain a notarised translation of the certificate and provide both the original and notarised translation of the ‘No Criminal Convictions Certificate’ to the office processing the application.

 

Thank you so much for the information 😊

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