United Arab Emirates Police Certificate for Immigration Purposes

On this page you will find details on how you can apply for a police check from United Arab Emirates.

Find out how you can get a PCC for United Arab Emirates for INZ

For citizens residing outside the country
United Arab Emirates Police Certificate Sample
Sample United Arab Emirates police check

What to request

Police Clearance Certificate (issued by Emirates) or Criminal Clearance Certificate (national) or Good Conduct Certificate

How to apply

Apply in person at the police department in your emirate or online.

You can also ask a representative (such as a friend, relative or colleague) in the UAE, to apply on your behalf at the police department in your emirate.

Abu Dhabi
General Police Directorate
Criminal Investigation Section
P.O. Box, 253 Abu Dhabi, UAE

Criminal Investigation Department
Dubai Police General Headquarters
P.O. Box 1493, Dubai, UAE

Fujairah Police Department
P.O. Box 5
Fujairah, UAE

Ras Al Kheimah
Ras Al Kheimah Police
P.O. Box 54
Ras Al Kheimah, UAE

Sharjah Police
P.O. Box 29
Sharjah, UAE

Umm Al Quwain
Umm Al Quwain Police Department
P.O. Box 23
Umm Al Quwain, UAE

Ajman Police Department
P.O. Box 4
Ajman, UAE



+971-2-446-1461 (Abu Dhabi)

+971-4-609-6412 (Dubai)

+971-9-222-4411 (Fujairah)

+971-7-235-6666 (Ras Al Kheimah)

+971-6-563-3333 (Sharjah)

+971-6-765-6662 (Umm Al Quwain)

+971-6-740-9999 (Ajman)

What to provide

You will need to provide:

  • your Emirates identity card
  • one (4x6 cm) photograph
  • power of attorney (if using a representative).

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.

Remember, New Zealand immigration laws and policies change constantly, without warning.

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