Philippines Police Certificate for Immigration Purposes

Find out how you can get a PCC for Philippines for INZ

For citizens residing outside the country
Philippines Police Certificate Sample
Sample Philippines police check

What to request

NBI Clearance

How to apply

Apply to:

  • your nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate; or
  • by mail to the NBI head office; or
  • a representative may apply on your behalf in the Philippines

Please refer to the website for your nearest Embassy or Consulate or enquire to: 

National Bureau of Investigation Head Office
Mailed Clearance Section
3rd Floor, NBI Clearance Building
UN Ave., Ermita

What to provide

You will need to provide:

  • a completed application form
  • a fingerprint card taken by the law enforcement agency in your country of residence (card is available from Philippines embassies)
  • recent passport photo
  • photocopy of your passport
  • photocopy of your Identification Cards
  • applicable fee

Fees to pay

You may need to pay a fee. Contact the issuing authority for fee and payment information.

Processing time

You should allow enough time to obtain this document before it is required for your visa application. Contact the issuing authority to find out how long your request for a police certificate will take.

Further information

Your certificate or document must be less than 6 months old when you submit your visa application to Immigration New Zealand.

Unsure about something?

It is important to organise your supporting documents carefully. Immigration Lawyers New Zealand will stay with you from start to finish! Learn more about what we can do to help.
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