Korea Police Certificate: a Step-by-step Guide 韩国无犯罪证明

(12.05更新:中文版在文章后面,谢谢!)

For many who had previously lived in Korea (yes, by “Korea” I mean “South”) and are applying for visa/immigration to countries such as Canada or U.S., it might be required for applicants to present a “police certificate” or a “background check” to prove they didn’t commit crimes while in Korea. Nonetheless, obtaining a police certificate may not turn out to be as easy as it seems. Especially the procedure can be confusing for people who’s not a Korean citizen and who’s living outside Korea. As someone who’s in that category and who personally went through the entire draining process, I could share with you my experience to save you time. This article will tackle Canadian immigration (CIC)’s requirements:

How to obtain a police certificate – South Korea

It asks for a Criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply (범죄· 수사경력 회보서) from a Korean National Police station. Specially, police certificate must indicate that all records have been searched, including any lapsed records (실효된 형 포함).

To obtain such certificate, CIC suggests you to find a representative (family or friend) in Korea who visits 1). police station and 2). immigration office on your behalf. And to quote, “If you do not have anyone in South Korea…, then you may apply at your nearest South Korean Embassy or Consulate.”

However, despite CIC’s saying that you may apply at a Korean consulate, what happens is many consulates by regulation cannot issue a Criminal + Investigation + Lapsed Record reply as required by CIC. This is confirmed by my personal experience and a lot of cases from Canadavisa forum (thanks to which I learned a lot!). I’m uncertain as to if not a single Korean consulate/embassy is able to do that, but I believe they should obey the same line of rules. On the other hand, the Korean consulate can actually issue a “Background Check (Criminal Records) Cerfiticate” instead, in my case this certificate took them 7 days to process and does NOT include investigation record or lapsed record. There were applicants who mistakenly submitted that to CIC and got rejected or even had their invitation-to-apply (ITA) canceled! To show you the WRONG certificate you may get from the consulate here:

korea-consulate-2

Again, the above document is NOT the one you should get to apply to CIC as a permanent resident.

Here is what you should do instead:

  1. Download relevant forms and complete them. You will need:
    • 1). “Application For Criminal Records” (범죄 수사경력 조회 신청서)
      • Download link: 범죄경력조회서류
      • The file is in the format of .hwp, and can officially be opened by a software called “Hangul” or “Hangul viewer” (did I accidentally remind you of the evil?). An easier way to view this is to download the file in .hwp, and then register a free account at netffice24, from there you can upload .hwp and download each page as jpg format for printing.
      • I know it’s a lot of trouble, so I put the file’s picture here. But be aware to check to see if they have any update since Nov 2016:pc_3
      • Be careful: in the “Scope of Reference”(조회목적) category, be sure to check “For confirmation of investigation card materials”(수사자료표 내용 확인용) and “Including lapsed of criminal sentences”(실효된 형 등 포함). Be sure NOT to check “For permission of foreign country immigration and stay”(외국 입국체류 허가용), even if you are applying for immigration, because that’s only for Korean nationals: I learned about this by calling the police station in Korea!
      • In the “Method”(회보방법) category, check “English Check Reply”(영문 회보서).
    • 2). “위임장” (Power of attorney)
        • Download link same as “Application For Criminal Records”: 범죄경력조회서류
        • (2017.12.31 Update, try this link if the original one doesn’t work: https://imgur.com/a/6HdDj)
        • A jpg version as of Nov 2016 is here:pc_4
        • Unfortunately this form is only in Korean. For those who have a hard time understanding it, you can Google translate, ask your Korean friends for help, start to learn Korean, or leave a comment below and I will try to help you.
        • Warning: This form has to be filled by you and signature be original, which means you can’t fax it to your friend nor has him/her print out from a file. Better send it by mail.
        • Important Notice: if you can access Korean consulate in your city, you can fill the above two forms and get the consulate to validate them. With the validation from a Korean consulate, your friend in Korea do NOT need to make another trip to the immigration office because the validation proves that you, the applicant, is currently outside Korea. CIC asks your friend to visit immigration office in order to retrieve your entry record to prove that. Now that’s taken care of.
        • If there isn’t a Korean consulate around you, then your representative in Korea will need to visit immigration office to get “Certificate of Entry/Departure Record” (출입구사실증명서). In this case you need to send your representative copy of your passport (page with your photo), and you need to fill an application form with a power of attorney downloaded from hikorea website. Relevant info is here: Certificate of Immigration. (the hikorea website is, unfortunately, notoriously designed only for IE/Windows. Chrome will report “This site may harm your computer”, dahhh…)
        • (2017.12.31 Update, try this link if the original one doesn’t work: https://www.hikorea.go.kr/pt/InfoDetailR_en.pt?catSeq=511&categoryId=2&parentId=412&showMenuId=406)
  2. Mail the filled and signed 1). and 2). form (preferably with validations from a Korean consulate) to your friend in Korea, together with a copy of your passport. Photos are NOT needed. For any inquiry, you can call +82 (02)-700-4104 (only in Korean). If you don’t have validation from a Korean consulate, you would also need to mail your friend documents for “Certificate of Entry/Departure Record”.
  3. Your friend will visit any police station in Korea with his/her Korean ID. The application is free and the “Criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply” with Lapsed Record will be issued instantly!! (comparatively, I wanna say “Come on FBI…”). As a side note, if you don’t have validations on your forms, then your friend has to visit immigration office to get “Certificate of Entry/Departure Record” (cost 2,000KRW as of now) prior to his/her visit to the police station.
  4. Your friend sends it back to you by mail. Finally a police certificate, acceptable for CIC, looks like following:

criminal-records-check-reply

Any questions, leave me a comments below. First article of my newly started blog, hope it helps 🙂

中文版:

简单地说,关于加拿大移民局要求的韩国无犯罪证明,如果本人不是韩国国籍且不在韩国的话,需要在韩国找一个朋友或亲戚作为你的代表。虽然国内的韩国领事馆说是可以申请,但是去那里申请到的不是加拿大移民局要求的证明。这个使馆办的证明不包含过往犯罪记录(laspesd records)以及调查记录(investigation records)。目前使馆没有权限去办理移民局要求的无犯罪证明,所以只能在韩国当地找人帮忙去警察局办理。使馆办理出来的文件样式如下:

korea-consulate-2

注意,上面这个文件是不被移民局接受的。但是,去一趟韩国领事馆还是有用的,因为他们可以帮忙确认你的委任书以及申请表(这两份文件是给韩国警察局那边申请需要的),在上面盖领事馆的章子,这样你的韩国朋友就不用多跑一趟出入境管理处了。有了领事馆的确认,你的韩国朋友只需要去警察局就可以办理,而且当时就能拿到结果。如果你居住的城市没有韩国领事馆或使馆,那么你的韩国朋友需要先去一趟出入境管理处,申请一个你的出入境记录证明(详细请见Certificate of Immigration,这个网站有中文版所以我就不在这里赘述了),然后拿着这个证明再去警察局办理无犯罪。这样做的原因是向警察局证明你本人目前不在韩国,所以必须由一个代表帮你办理。

韩国警察局申请需要的文件可以从它们的网站下载 (链接:범죄경력조회서류),考虑到文件类型是hwp,需要一个叫做hangul的软件来打开,或者去netffice24注册一个帐号然后可以上传并查看hwp文件。所以如果你不能打开那个文件,可以直接打印我在这里放的文件的图像版本。(注意,这里的文件我在2016年11月下载的,之后如果有更新请自行查看官网)

填写好这两个表格然后领事馆确认之后,连同你的护照复印件(有照片那页就行)一起寄往你的韩国朋友处,照片是不需要的。然后你的朋友拿着自己的韩国身份证或登陆证去警察局办理就行了,这个办理是免费的:)

申请表:

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注意:申请表上Scope of Reference栏要选For confirmation of investigation card materials以及including lapsed of criminal sentences. 请不要选For permission of foreign country immigration and stay,即使你申请的是移民,因为这一项是给韩国公民用的!(本人有打电话过去确认)。在Method一栏请选English Check Reply。

委任书:

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注意:委任书上本人的签名必须是原始的,所以不建议用email或传真发去韩国朋友处,建议用快递寄过去。

最终办理结果:

criminal-records-check-reply

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385 Responses to Korea Police Certificate: a Step-by-step Guide 韩国无犯罪证明

  1. Tuan Pham says:

    Thank you for your instruction. I follow your instruction and get the criminal record. I submitted to CIC but they responded that “YOU HAVE PROVIDED THE INVESTIGATION RECORDS CHECK
    REPLY. WE REQUIRE The Criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply”. I check again my criminal record, everything is the same with you except the title is Criminal Records Check Reply (범죄· 경력 회보서) . Your is Criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply (범죄· 수사경력 회보서) . I donot know why because I also instructed my friend to apply and what she got is the same with you. The problem may be because of the police station I applied.

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    • Neha Mittal says:

      Hi Tuan,
      I just checked that my document is also same as yours. However, my application is in the initial stage, so I did not get any comment from cic. I am afraid that I will also get the same request as yours.
      Can you tell us or update here that how are you handling this document request?
      I will be very thankful for any further insights/help.
      -Neha

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    • Ha says:

      Hi Tuan,
      How is your process so far? Did you manage to get the correct one? Thanks.

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    • eric says:

      Hello, i have the same problem, canada didnt accept it….but the paper include “lapsed of criminal sentences”(실효된 형 등 포함)..just the title is not the same i dont understand.

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  2. Mark Allinson says:

    Hey everyone, any update on whether this all works? I am in the same boat as most of you. About to ask my friend in Korea to do the following above instructions but want to make sure it’s ok? I really do believe you need to ask for this:
    범죄· 수사경력 회보서
    But not sure how you can?
    Also, props to you Taffy Toffy for the blog man, really appreciate it.

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  3. Angel says:

    Can i ask the fee for PCC from korean consulate.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    hi everybody i have a question i lived in south korea for more than 4 years and i came back to live in my country cambodia almost two years and now i have to go to interview for k1 visa at the us embassy ,yes they needs those police certificate so i just print out only that two forms and fill
    it out correctly and bring it to korean embassy located near my city right?

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  5. Tian says:

    楼主,请问这个无犯罪证明需要拿到中国大使馆公证认证吗?

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  6. Eric says:

    This site helped me a lot. I went to police station to get PCC before flying back home since I need to submit this for visa permit in Canada. As I arrived, the lady officer asked me if it’s for the visa. Lol. Thank you!

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  7. how long the validity of police certificate?

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  8. Amandeep Singh says:

    I work for Samsung India and for business trips have to come to Korea.
    I have been to Korea more than 7 times and in all spent around 250 plus days.
    I need to know one thing that I am in Korea for another 20 days before i go back. So when should i get this PCC done…can i do it 10 15 days before i leave or should it be done on last day.
    My last day is a sunday and heard office is closed that day.
    Also once i apply for pcc do i get the certificate in hour or so..or some other day

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  9. Ha says:

    Hi all,
    I did all the instructions to authorize my friend getting this document for me in Seoul last week. However, the police officers refused to provide this document as they said it was illegal to give foreigners who are no longer live in Korea. My purpose was the same as you guys, for Canada immigration. Is there any one who can share your experience about this matter? Many thanks.

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    • Paul says:

      Hi Ha, Do you know the location of the police station where your friend went? I have a different experience with my friend last week. The police officers told her that it should be the korean embassy in my country that should be providing the police certificate with Lapsed Record. But the korean embassy told me that I can only get this type of police certificate in a local korean police station. The police station were my frend went is in Cheonan, about 2 hours from Seoul. I was wondering if maybe a bigger police station preferably in Seoul in which they are use to issuing police certificate with lapsed record for foreigners applying for Canadian immigration would be a better

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  10. Dw says:

    Hi everyone I need some help, I managed to obtain a Criminal Records check reply from a police station in South Korea however it is missing the word (investigation) in the title even though I followed all the steps advised in the blog. When I sent it to CIC they have asked that I submit an (investigation) history certificate. Doesn’t that mean I have to ask my friend in Kore to go back an do everything again for me. Any help would be fantastic thanks in advance…..

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    • Neha says:

      I am also in the similar situation with that missing word.

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    • Neha says:

      Please give updates on your situation in near future.

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    • Hi Dw – I recently had a friend in Korea do this for me.
      I got back two forms

      (1) ‘Criminal Records Check Reply’
      (2) ‘Investigation Records Check Reply’

      I haven’t submitted to IRCC/CIC yet.

      Did you get the form you needed for them?

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      • Neha says:

        So guys, we got our PR application done with IRCC. We followed almost similar process as mentioned in this blog. Got help from one guy in Seoul, paid him for his services and postal charges. We also got 2 documents for each person.
        (1) ‘Criminal Records Check Reply’
        (2) ‘Investigation Records Check Reply’
        Thanks alot. You can message me or read my previous comments in this blog if you need help.

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        • magnanimous says:

          Hello Neha, can you please help with your contact? Despite Taffy’s instructions, my friend was refused the certificate with investigation but got the background check certificate from Korea

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          • Rene says:

            I followed the instructions from the korean consulate in Montreal. Nonetheless, more that 5 different police stations refused the issuing of the certificate.

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        • Canada says:

          Hello Neha , how you got these documents, does it contain golden phrase “Lapsed Record” in your report ?
          please share the process you followed it would be really helpful and which Police station provided this.

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          • Neha says:

            It was seocho police station. It had the statement about lapsed records. I gathered dicuments as stated in this blog and Sent to the person whol helped us.

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        • Canada says:

          Thanks, Neha for your reply, you seem to be in US or Canada currently, am in Detroit.

          Can you please ask your friend to do one more favour and help me , as i asked many friends and one of them went to police station and they refused to provide with lapsed record thing. Since your friend already got the success it will be a great help.

          Appreciate your help in advance, will mean a lot to me 🙂

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  11. Anonymous says:

    As far as i can tell the actual content of the two certificates is exaxtly the same apart from that one word in the title. I have contacted my friend in South Korea to see what exactlyneeds to be done in order to obtain the correct certificate. It does seem very petty for the cert to be refused for simply missing one word in the title. I will report back with my findings as soon as I get aan update, but this process is indeed a frustrating process……

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  12. Anonymous says:

    I overstayed my visa on korea but i already got my tickets leaving next month. I want to get the police criminal records for my usa immigrant visa. Can i go to the police station with my passport and my flight ticket showing I’m leaving the country. I’m just scared, would they detain me coz of overstaying? Pls help

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  13. Anonymous says:

    I overstayed my visa on korea but i already got my tickets leaving next month. I want to get the police criminal records for my usa immigrant visa. Can i go to the police station with my passport and my flight ticket showing I’m leaving the country. I’m just scared, would they detain me coz of overstaying? Pls help

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  14. Sheldin says:

    Finally I got my criminal background check with lapsed records certificate through Allminwon.I was a bit sceptic about them at first but they really saved me .Initially , I had followed all the step that were mentioned in the blog and I mailed my friend in Korea to get the certificate for me ,but they refused to give her, they told her that I must go and apply at the embassy.

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    • Chengeer Lee says:

      I want to try Allminwon.
      Did you do Criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply (범죄· 수사경력 회보서)?
      Including any lapsed records (실효된 형 포함)?

      They charge 350,000 won.
      I live in Korea, but local Police can’t help me. So I am finding a way to make this document.

      I would appreciate any help.

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  15. Anonymous says:

    I got my PCC through Allminwon. I have a query on the name mentioned in the certificate. It is mentioned in the format as “Surname – Given name” rather than “Given name – Surname”. Did everyone received in the same format and accepted by CIC?

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  16. Anonymous says:

    你好,我现在也在着急得办理韩国无犯罪证明,但我韩国的朋友说警察局的热跟她说那种只有韩国人能办,我现在不知道该怎么办了,你是在韩国哪个警察局办的?有具体地址吗?

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  17. Mercy Onyinye Onuoha says:

    Please I need help with the documents for “Certificate of Entry/Departure Record” I cant seem to find where to download them from the website

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  18. Chengeer Lee says:

    Thank you for the information. I wish I found it earlier.

    I applied for immigration on Nov 23. Received a rejection letter on Dec 9 because I submitted the wrong PCC (Background check), now I have to find a way to get the certificate they need.

    Hope it will all work out the second time.

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  19. JW says:

    Hi,

    Thanks for the article it was very helpful

    Quick question, does the Police Certificate have to be in color? We received a black and white copy with a black stamp from the police station

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  20. GD12 says:

    Hello,

    The IRCC website states “Police certificates must indicate that all records have been searched, including any lapsed records (실효된 형 포함)”

    The certificate I received (it looks just like the one on this page) states it is “for confirmation of investigation card materials (including lapsed of criminal sentences” but does not specifically state that all records have been checked. Is this a concern?

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  21. magnanimous says:

    I received my Criminal records check reply today, just 4days to my deadline. I earlier had 2 Background checks (One from the Korean Embassy and another from Gangwon even after following Taffy’s instructions) So I decided to try Seodaemun Police Station, 113, Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, and another friend got the right certificate for me.
    I had to use Allminwon.com for the certificate of entry and departure which costs me about $12, as the embassy refused to validate my documents. Last I checked, using Allminwon.com for the Criminal Investigation record check reply costs $287 without shipping and Korean lawyers would also charge you about $300.
    Thanks Taffy.

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    • sheldinn says:

      Can you please ask your your friend to help us out cos my hubby needs it too. I just check the price and its too expensive now..

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    • payca2214 says:

      Hello magnanimous,

      I’m glad you received your criminal records!! The information you provided in this post is very helpful. I understand it must be impossible for your friend to help any of us out, but any additional advice would be greatly appreciated. For example:
      1. I’m wondering if you tried to get it by yourself but it didn’t work until your Korean friend went with you. We are able to communicate in Korean but, do you think they are more receptive towards Koreans?
      2. Just to be clear, the Police Station that issued the correct certificate is: 113, Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul?
      3. Any “magic” words your friend used to get the certificate? ㅋㅋㅋ

      Thanks!!!

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  22. Krishna says:

    Hello this is really good advice!
    I have to obtain a pcc from Korea same as you got it. I went to the Korean embassy but I got background check criminal records certificate,

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    • Neha says:

      Krishna, if you know about fb groups of indians living in korea. There was a post where one guy offered help for this work. We took his help and paid him for his time and efforts.

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  23. Rene says:

    Hello, has anybody used the askkoreanlaw.com to do this? It is that there is no much information about them online. Allminwon.com is a bit pricey for me. I’m a student and can not afford those prices. Prices are much different between them.

    I already did everything trying to go through a korean friend, but more than 5 police station denied the issue of my certificate. They said that the power of attorney had no validity (even if it was authenticated by the Korean consulate in Montreal) for them and that i should be present…..

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    • lonalde says:

      Did your friend have all the documents listed above? And did your friend also go to the 서대문 branch?

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    • sheldinn says:

      Please hold off the wire transfer. Korean police is changing its policy about issuing the lapsed record. Until it is clear that the lapsed record can be issued to foreigners, we cannot accept this kind of case. I am sorry to tell you this but hope for your understanding…….this the response i got from askkorean law.com

      I think its high time we raise a partition about this whole Korean police clearance.

      I think its high time

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      • lonalde says:

        This is highly strange, considering that I received my file in-person at the 서대문 branch in September 2018. Is it 100% confirmed that police stations are no longer giving out these forms? I’m hoping to find a reference to South Korean laws just in case, so that my employer might accept the regular CRC but with evidence that I can’t actually get a new lapsed one..

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        • sheldinn says:

          I also got mine in October 2018 through Alliwon at less than $100 .but now i want to apply for my hubby and they are now charging $300.So i wanted to try askkorean law and i got that response….I really dont know what to do.

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        • Rene says:

          I did got one when I was in Korea back in 2016. One of the things the police mentioned is that I need to be there to request it. The problem is that I’m half world away from Korea now.

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          • lonalde says:

            See that’s what doesn’t make sense to me. If you have to be there in-person, this not only affects both foreign nationals but Korean nationals as well. Are they expecting people to fly back to Korea to get it then fly back? That’s ridiculous and can’t see it being the case. There’s definitely a lot lost in translation between governing bodies however, as indicated above since people have managed to get the file just fine even if they weren’t present.

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      • Rene says:

        I got the same. I’m holding my PR application in Canada just because of this document. Worried now that the rest of documents will expire if I keep waiting for it…

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  24. lonalde says:

    Hey all,
    I am currently in the process of trying to retrieve my Check reply document through a friend. As of yet, it’s been a very strenuous and complicated procedure; there apparently appears to be a huge miscommunication between the CIC, KNPA, and Consulates. I will update you all on everything as it goes on for the most current information (for those looking to apply and confused).

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    • lonalde says:

      Ok everyone this is an update to the whole ordeal of retrieving your Criminal (Investigative) Records Check Reply. I will outline this so that it should be easy to follow. As the top portion of the blog mentions, these are the things that I sent to my friend/representative in Korea in order to get my form:

      1) 범죄 수사경력회보서 application form filled out, signed, and notarized by a public notary as well as verified through the Korean Consulate.
      2) 위임장 form retrieved from the Korean Consulate, filled out and signed with no errors, notarized, and then verified by the Consulate.
      3) Passport photo(s) just in case.
      4) Copy of my Alien Registration card (both sides in color)
      5) Copy of my Passport (in color)
      ** I did not need the Entry/Exit permit because I had my form verified.
      Initially, my friend was denied because the officer there said that I had to go in-person, or else he would not be able to give the document. However, my friend went to another station (not 서대문) and the person there said that shouldn’t be the case, and that the other officer was “wrong”. In other words, there appears to be a huge miscommunication between stations, the CIC, Consulates, as well as KNPA. You should be fine retrieving your form as long as you have the correct forms verified et cetera.

      Good luck to everyone else, and pm me if you have any questions, maybe I can help.

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  25. Anonymous says:

    I asked Allminwon.com they said 287 US dollars now.

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  26. ladztuten says:

    guys,please help me. i also need one.
    thank you in advanced.

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  27. Subash says:

    Hi everyone, I am in middle of process of getting my wife to USA. My wife was in Korea for 2 years. Now USA immigration process needed korea’s Police report. She applied in in Korean embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal. It’s been more than one month. They told her that processing time has changed from 1-2 week to 1-2month. Is there anything we can do to speed up the process. Thanks

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  28. Nick Macneil says:

    Hello, I received my certificate, but when I upload it’s asking me for an expiry date, does anyone know where it is?

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  29. eric348 says:

    Hello, Im Eric, i need some helps and informations;
    Im doing a visa for Canada, and Canada’s immigration asking me a “Criminal (investigations) record check reply” from Korea including all the lapsed criminal sentences.

    My friend in Korea do it for me, but i get a “Criminal record check reply” wich includes all the lapsed criminal sentences;

    But Canada’s immigration didnt accept it because its not an ” criminal (Investigation) Records Check Reply (CIRCR)”

    So i dont understand? it just missing the word “investigation” but have everything on it, because its include all the lapsed criminal sentences.

    Did the korean papers change and canada dont know?
    Or i really have the wrong papers?

    Thanks for your help.

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    • Jake says:

      Hi Eric, I got the same certificate as yours. I was trying to get the right one but was told that it is illegal to issue the foreigner. I don’t know what to do? If you managed to get the right one please share how you did it? Thanks a lot

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  30. Yvonne Pledger says:

    Does ANYONE have the forms that they can send to me? I do have some friends in Korea that I can see if they can assist us (would need the application form and the power of attorney form). Thanks

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  31. Anonymous says:

    Hi guys. I just came back from South Korea. I got the Criminal (investigations) record check reply. I went to two Police stations to get two copies. because they only give me one copy at one time. I just go there, fill the form and get the copy! I went to 중부경찰서 and 마포경찰서. I printed out the copy on this blog, i just showed it to the police, they asked for my previous alien card no. and previous address in Seoul, and my passport. I suggest go to 중부경찰서, they are quicker! it’s near Myungdong, Seoul. It doesn’t cost anything.
    in 마포경찰서 i saw a paper on the window saying:
    범죄.수사경력조회 신청에 대한 회보는 본인확인용, 외국입국, 체류허가용 이외 다른 목적으로 사용되지 않는 점을 확인하시고, 신청하시기 바랍니다.
    (예: 회사제출용 등 발급안됨)

    미국, 캐나다 등 제출을 위한 “실효된형 등 포함” 법죄. 수사경력회보서 요청은 불법행위입니다.
    요청시 절대 회보 불가합니다.

    What I did is to print out every form on this blog and show them to police, and they will understand.
    in 마포경찰서, they first asked me to go to an office on 4th floor only for foreigners, but I showed this printed copy to the office lady, she said: we issue copies for foreigners here in this office, but if you want the exact form you are holding now, you have to go to first floor. (where the window is for Korean people)
    In 중부경찰서 there is only window for Korean. I showed them the printed copy, they just give it to me like in two minutes. I remember a Korean man was asking for this copy for his wife at the same time.

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  32. Kingsley George says:

    Nobody seems to be talking about finger prints for record checks.Y’all check out this link

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