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Hello All,
I will probably receive my invite next month. Beofre that I want to start with pcc process as advised on other thread.
My details are as :
I was in Australia during 2015 - 2016 in QLD for about 9 months
Then 2017 to 2018 - in sydney for 6 months.
I have bank statement with me . But not any rent agreement.
I am currently in India. and would like to apply for Australia PCC.
Can you please advise me on
1) What all documents i can submit for pcc?
2) How long does it take to get PCC if applied from INDIA?
3) Any advise on getting it fast and not being stuck anywhere?
4) My wife also stayed in australia during 2017 -2018.
Do i need to apply for her pcc as well as she is dependent ?

Thank you so much for all your help !!

Pawan
 

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Hello All,
I will probably receive my invite next month. Beofre that I want to start with pcc process as advised on other thread.
My details are as :
I was in Australia during 2015 - 2016 in QLD for about 9 months
Then 2017 to 2018 - in sydney for 6 months.
I have bank statement with me . But not any rent agreement.
I am currently in India. and would like to apply for Australia PCC.
Can you please advise me on
1) What all documents i can submit for pcc?
2) How long does it take to get PCC if applied from INDIA?
3) Any advise on getting it fast and not being stuck anywhere?
4) My wife also stayed in australia during 2017 -2018.
Do i need to apply for her pcc as well as she is dependent ?

Thank you so much for all your help !!

Pawan
For quick process you can apply it online. Once processed it will posted to your Indian address on a secure paper.

1. You need to provide 100 points of ID, check from the list the documents which are applicable to you. https://www.afp.gov.au/sites/default/files/PDF/NPC-100PointChecklist-18042019.pdf
2. It will be posted from Canberra and India ranks in Zone 3 of Australia post. So you should receive the post in about 6-8 weeks.
3. Australian Federal Police will post the certificate using 'Standard Parcel Post'. You cannot make them change it to express post or expedite the process.
4. Yes
 

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For quick process you can apply it online. Once processed it will posted to your Indian address on a secure paper.

1. You need to provide 100 points of ID, check from the list the documents which are applicable to you. https://www.afp.gov.au/sites/default/files/PDF/NPC-100PointChecklist-18042019.pdf
2. It will be posted from Canberra and India ranks in Zone 3 of Australia post. So you should receive the post in about 6-8 weeks.
3. Australian Federal Police will post the certificate using 'Standard Parcel Post'. You cannot make them change it to express post or expedite the process.
4. Yes
Just to add, that if you still have any friends or colleagues in Australia, you can get the pcc at their address and they can scan it for you.
You don’t need the physical copy anyways

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Another question ?
Do we need to do attestation of docuements such as passport, bank statements for pcc?
 

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Another question ?
Do we need to do attestation of docuements such as passport, bank statements for pcc?
If they are in English, no attestation is required
Make sure you give ID for 100 points as per afp list

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