Criminal Records Check

Old May 23rd 2005, 11:59 am
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What type of criminal check is required?
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Old May 23rd 2005, 1:10 pm
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Originally Posted by heckler
What type of criminal check is required?
Basic prosecutions and convictions report under data protection act. I think your record has to be clean 5 years for most crimes, not sure about major crimes...experts will advise.

Then irrespective of that finding, full backgroud check undertaken by national security agency mandate.

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A police certificate from each country you lived for more 6 months which states if you have any criminal records. In the UK, the certificates don't exist but you can get info on yourself from the "Data Protection Act" which is good enough for the immigration process. You need your passport, proof of current address and had to have lived in that county for at least a year (I think). In France (and some other EU countries) you write to the Caissie Judiciaire (or equivalent) along with a copy of your passport if you're not a citizen.
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