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Living in India and Need a Canadian RCMP Certified Criminal Record Check?

If you're seeking a Certified Criminal Record Check (CCRC) from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for various purposes like Canadian citizenship, permanent residence, work or study permits, or visa extensions in India, this guide will walk you through the process, even if you're currently outside Canada.


Living in India and Need a Canadian RCMP Certified Criminal Record Check?

First, you need to contact the Authorized Agency

Begin the process by reaching out to an accredited agency to obtain a paper copy of your fingerprints. We're proud to be one of Canada's largest RCMP-accredited fingerprinting agencies and are committed to assisting you every step of the way. For detailed instructions, feel free to contact us at Email: international@f1fingerprint.ca.

Once you've made contact, you'll need to send us the required documents and fingerprinting card. Upon receipt, we will efficiently convert your paper fingerprint form into a digital format and submit your application to the Canadian Criminal Real-Time Identification Services (CCRTIS) within one business day.

Ensure that your paper fingerprints contain the following details (we'll provide you with a comprehensive list of requirements in our instructions):

  • Fingerprints from all ten fingers, taken in black ink

  • Name and address of the authorized agency that conducted the fingerprinting

  • Signature and name of the official who conducted the fingerprinting

Getting Fingerprinted in India:

Obtaining your fingerprints for a Canadian criminal record check in India is a straightforward process. Here's what you need to do:

1. Find Your Local District Police Station:

Not all police stations offer fingerprinting services. Locate a local district police station, as they are better equipped for this service. You can obtain a list of these stations from the police or a fingerprinting agency.


2. Visit in Person:

Once you've identified the nearest local district police station, visit them in person.


3. Fingerprinting Locations:

Your fingerprints can be taken at various police stations or fingerprinting agencies across India. Here are some examples:

  • Mumbai: Spylens Forensic Lab, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

  • Gujarat: Police Inspector, Malaviyanagar Police Station, Rajkot City

  • Mumbai: National Crime Records Bureau, Crawford Market, Mumbai

  • New Delhi: J.K. Consultancy, Dwarka, New Delhi

  • Maharashtra: Athale Ulhas, Nagpur, Maharashtra

  • Chennai: State Crime Records Bureau (SCRB), Raja Annamalai Puram, Chennai


For additional details, including whether these locations offer fingerprinting services, it's best to contact them directly.

Contact Us for Assistance:

Please note that the Canadian Embassy in India does not conduct criminal record checks or provide application status updates. To obtain an RCMP criminal record check from outside Canada, reach out to an accredited company like Reliability Screening. We'll guide you through the process of converting your paper fingerprints from India and electronically submitting them to CCRTIS.

To get started, you can contact us via email at Email: international@f1fingerprint.ca or by phone at (905) 703-6810. We'll promptly provide you with instructions and an application package.

Typically, it takes around 2-3 weeks from the submission date to receive results from the RCMP. You have the option to have the results mailed to your preferred address in either Canada or the US, or we can send them to your overseas address for an additional fee.

If you have any questions or need assistance at any stage of the process, please don't hesitate to reach out to us directly at (905) 703-6810. We're here to ensure a smooth process for obtaining your RCMP Criminal Record Check from India.

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