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Step-by-step plan Grenada Certificate of Character application

09/21/2023
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How to Apply for a Police Certificate of Character from Grenada from Abroad

A Police Certificate of Character is a document that is sometimes required for job applications, immigration requests, or other official procedures. If you need this document from Grenada, even if you are currently residing outside of Grenada, follow this step-by-step guide to apply for it.

Step 1: Gather the Required Documents

Depending on your specific situation, there are different documents you need to collect before submitting your application:

For Grenadian nationals living abroad:

•           A certified copy of your passport, national insurance card, or voter identification card.

•           A copy of your birth certificate.

For foreign nationals who have resided in Grenada:

•           A certified copy of your passport (notarized).

•           A copy of your state-issued identification card.

•           A copy of your birth certificate.

Step 2: Obtain Your Fingerprints

You must submit an original set of fingerprints. Ensure that all relevant information on the form is completed and that the name of the fingerprint technician who took the fingerprints is clearly legible. Grenada uses its own fingerprint cards, so make sure the fingerprint technician has these cards and uses them.

Step 3: Pay the Required Fees

The fee for the Police Certificate of Character is US$18.60 per application. This amount must be paid in the form of an International Postal Order or a Western Union Money Order, payable to the "Commissioner of Police."

Step 4: Provide Passport Photos

You need to submit three passport-sized photos with a full frontal view, showing your hairline and ears without wearing glasses.

Step 5: Complete the Application Form

Fill out the application form with your first and middle names in lowercase letters and your surname in uppercase letters, as stated in your identification documents such as your passport or ID.

Step 6: Specify the Purpose of the Police Certificate

Clearly state why you need the Police Certificate of Character and provide the address where it will be used, such as for a new job, visa application, or license application.

Step 7: Sign the Application

Ensure that your signature on the application is legible and matches the one on your identification and fingerprint form.

Step 8: Include a Local Address (for Foreign Nationals)

If you are a foreign applicant, include a local address where you resided during your stay in Grenada.

Step 9: Submit Your Application

Send your fully completed application, along with all required documents and payment receipts, to:

Royal Grenada Police Force
Police Headquarters
Attn: Criminal Records Office
Fort George
St. George’s
GRENADA
W.I.
Tel: (473) 440–3921
Email: 
cro@rgpf.gd

Make sure to provide accurate contact information, such as phone numbers and email addresses, so you can be notified of the status of your application.

Obtaining a Police Certificate of Character from Grenada while residing abroad may take some time, so be patient and follow any further instructions provided by the authorities closely. 

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