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Old Sep 3rd 2015, 8:34 am
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I was wondering if i need a police certificate if i lived in a country for just under 6 months - from 27th Sept till 17th March. Do you count the exact number of days you've been in the country (5 months and 20days), or just count the months (Sept-March, which is 6 months) ?
Can I get away with not having to do a police check if I've lived abroad in this time frame?
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I was wondering if i need a police certificate if i lived in a country for just under 6 months - from 27th Sept till 17th March. Do you count the exact number of days you've been in the country (5 months and 20days), or just count the months (Sept-March, which is 6 months) ?
Can I get away with not having to do a police check if I've lived abroad in this time frame?
One would assume thats its complete months or say the number of days that make up over 6 months.
In general, you and all the people in your family who are 18 or older need to get a police certificate. You must get one from each country or territory where you have lived for six or more months in a row since the age of 18. (For example, if you lived in a country for eight months but left on a two-week vacation, that counts as living there for eight months.)
How to get a police certificate (police check)

Look at it another way if I lived in a country for one week in Feb and one week in March was I there for 2 weeks or 2 months?
If less than 6 months no PC required.
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Old Sep 3rd 2015, 6:06 pm
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Thanks for this Former Lancastrian, thats good to know. So although I really am pushing it quite tight for just under 6months, I still don't need one?

Can i also ask about police certificates for me and all my family - do I need to obtain one for all my family even although they're not going to Canada? And who do you include if so, your parents and all siblings? And if they've live in other countries for over 6 months, id have to get certificates for all these countries too?
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Thanks for this Former Lancastrian, thats good to know. So although I really am pushing it quite tight for just under 6months, I still don't need one?

Can i also ask about police certificates for me and all my family - do I need to obtain one for all my family even although they're not going to Canada? And who do you include if so, your parents and all siblings? And if they've live in other countries for over 6 months, id have to get certificates for all these countries too?
Family means husband, wife and children who are over 18 if accompanying or not. It doesn't mean your mum, dad, brothers or sisters.
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Ah I see thanks for clarifying that, that's a relief!
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