Hi Ra. two,
Sorry for the delay in replying, I was quite busy last week and just got a chance to go to the Passport Office and Commissioner of Police's office earlier today.
Anyways I have finally got some good solid solution for my question (THANK GOD
First off, For India, A Police Certificate received from the passport office would be suffice. We need to buy an application form which is Rs. 5/- and pay a fee of Rs 300/- towards the application and the application can be given at the passport office in the morning and the certificate would be issued later on in the same day. Which is good, I thought it would take at least a week to get that sorted out, so, its a good thing.
For more details: www(dot)cic(dot)gc(dot)ca/english/information/security/police-cert/asia-pacific/india(dot)asp
For Australia, Since Australia requires a Federal Police Check and a full fingerprint check, the fingerprint check can be obtained from the commissioners office or the central station in your locality and they do a fingerprint check and gets it attested and we need to send the attested fingerprint document along with the application to Australia
For more details: www(dot)cic(dot)gc(dot)ca/english/information/security/police-cert/asia-pacific/australia(dot)asp
For more details regarding the following information:
Application completion guide
Provision of false or misleading information
Disputed record inquiries
Please use the link below
For New Zealand, According to me, New Zealand seems to be the easiest of the lot, all you need to do is send in an application form and which can be found on the link provided and then they process the application and it gets sent to the Canadian Embassy in Sydney directly.
Please use the link below
Also, with regard to the PCC application form for Australia, there is a part of the form where we have to mention the address to which the application has to be sent out to, please note that it has to be sent out to your personal address and once you receive it, it needs to be sent out to the Visa office in New Delhi, this information was sent to me by one of the advisors at the Delhi Immigration office.
Hope all this information would be helpful for you guys the same way it was for me. Hoping everyone gets their applications processed and approved at the earliest. God bless you all. Have a great day.
P.S. @ra.two, Monash Uni huh, thats a great University indeed, I did my masters at The University of Sydney. Are you currently applying for a PR in Canada? or already there yet? Anyways thank you very much for your support and help
. Have a good one buddy