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Looking at my emails, I applied on 10th July 2015 and had India post not lost it, I should've received it by 01st Sep. But that did not happen. I then gave them a local German address of a forum member, he received it in a couple of days, and scanned it for me.
Ohh..heard the same from others also that physical document will never reach.
So instead of my Indian address, i can give my Colleague address who stays in Germany?
I was worried as my passport address as in India and if i can give my colleague's german address.

totally confused.....would be great, if you can guide me
can i give my colleagues german address as to receive document , eventhough my permanent address is in India?

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Ohh..heard the same from others also that physical document will never reach.
So instead of my Indian address, i can give my Colleague address who stays in Germany?
I was worried as my passport address as in India and if i can give my colleague's german address.

totally confused.....would be great, if you can guide me
can i give my colleagues german address as to receive document , eventhough my permanent address is in India?
Address on your passport is irrelevant. Yes, you can and should give your colleague's address. I gave a forum member's address I did not know back then; although we are good friends now here in Australia.

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Address on your passport is irrelevant. Yes, you can and should give your colleague's address. I gave a forum member's address I did not know back then; although we are good friends now here in Australia.
Thanks a lot...then i will give my colleagues german address..
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Address on your passport is irrelevant. Yes, you can and should give your colleague's address. I gave a forum member's address I did not know back then; although we are good friends now here in Australia.
Thank you so much for your help in the process!
received PCC from Germany

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Hi Komali,

Could you please share the URL, where to apply PCC online for germany. I have only blue card and too it is expired now.

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Hi Manish,

I got PCC finally.

You applied already?

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Hi Manish,

I got PCC finally.

You applied already?
Hi,

I am planning too to apply German PCC from India.
Would you mind sharing what exact process u did for German PCC and timelines as well.

Thanks.
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