Vietnam police check #2 Canada immigration
You want to move to Canada to live and work due to there are opportunities there? And they’re opening for foreigners to come?
You need to submit police check/police clearance/criminal record from your home country and the countries you’ve lived?
You had lived in Vietnam and you need a police check from here?
According to Canadian immigration website, police check #2 is requested.
First, there are few explanations:
+ The post on Canadian immigration website ( https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/medical-police/police-certificates/how/vietnam.html) isn’t updated. Phone number of Ministry of Justice isn’t (84) 6273921, (84) 62739324 but now it is (+84) 24 62739718 with ’24’ is area code for Hanoi. The same with phone number of National Center for Criminal Record. It is not 04.66841313 or 0432031313 but (+84) 2466841313. However, sometimes you may have difficulties calling from outside of the country.
+ When you click to “procedures to apply for a criminal record certificate at the National Centre for Criminal Records.” the website will lead you to this link: http://ttlltp.moj.gov.vn/qt/thongbao/Pages/thong-bao.aspx?ItemID=31. However, it’s just mostly a blank page, so you don’t receive any guidances.
But it’s not a problem, for more thorough information about the application process, please read here, we give you a thorough instructions on our page.
It’s important to remember that you need to acquire Vietnam police check #2 (Phieu ly lich tu phap so 2), not #1. And to make it happen, you need to mark at #2 (Số 2) on the application form.
You can see in the following photo, the box after “Số 2” (in the red circle) is marked, it’s the correct one as that means you’re applying for Vietnam police check #2
If you do it, then you could avoid the mistake of the Filipina in this post, who acquired #1 instead of #2, and it wasn’t accepted.
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