sad to say until now , no idea yet on how to obtain police clearance from saudi arabia...a friend told me just hve to go to RCMP then they will be the one to do the fingerprints and instructed you wat to do next... with regrds to NBI from Phils . u hve to go @ Phil. consulate and they will instructed u wat to do then....
How can I get a NBI Clearance without going home to the Philippines?
You can visit the Philippine Consulate in Vancouver and ask for a Fingerprint Card Form No. 5
Fingerprint Card Form – fill up the personal data called for on both sides of this card truthfully and legibly.
In case you are a married woman, the order of writing your name is as follows:
Your maiden surname (father’s surname)
Your husband’s surname
Your first name or given name
Your maternal surname (family name of your mother)
Proceed to the Philippine Consulate General or to your nearest police agency (RCMP) to have your fingerprints impressed (ROLLED IMPRESSION) on the appropriate spaces. The officer/person who fingerprinted you should sign his name, state his official designation on the space provided for the purpose on the card.
Attach a latest copy of your 2" x 2" photograph with white background (taken within three months prior to your application).
Submit the NBI Fingerprint Card Form No. 5 to the Philippine Consulate General for consularization with the following:
$28.75 cash or money order payment
back to back copy of the Fingerprint Card Form No. 5
self-addressed stamped envlope (optional)
photocopies of passport data page & the page showing your admittance in Canada
photocopy of applicant's PR card or work permit
After receipt of your document from the Philippine Consulate General, send your accomplished form to:
Ms. Julie Macalit
IRD – Mailed Clearance Section
National Bureau of Investigation
Taft Ave., Ermita 1000 Manila, Philippines
Enclose Money Order in the sum of Php 200.00 Philippine currency or bank draft which is negotiable in the Philippines payable to the Director, National Bureau of Investigation, Taft Avenue, Ermita 1000 Manila, Philippines. The following accredited banks are:
Philippine National Bank (PNB)
Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Co. (HSBC)
ANZ – A New Zealand Bank
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
NBI will mail to you the corresponding clearance certificate after it has processed your application papers. Processing of application normally takes a maximum of three (3) days excluding days of transit.
You may also send your accomplished form to your relative/representative in the Philippines together with authorization letter authorizing him/her to transact business on your behalf. Your relative may visit the office of the Electronic Data Processing Division (EDPD) in NBI taft Avenue, Manila for further assistance.
Upon receipt of your clearance certificate, please examine it for the presence of the embossed NBI DRY SEAL at its lower left portion, the clearance is invalid without it. You must also affix your clear and properly taken THUMBPRINT on the space provided for on the clearance certificate with the assistance of the local police in your area before submitting it to your end-user.