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Hong Kong Police Certificate

victor_c

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Jul 13, 2018
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Awesome. I scheduled the pick up on 24th dec but when I check the dhl tracker, there was no updates at all(the tracker will update immediately when they’ve picked up your cert), so I’ve waited a couple more days to let them update the tracker(I thought it was because of its holiday seasons so people worked a bit slower than usual).
I checked it on January 2nd again, no updates, so I called dhl hk hotline(operating 24/7, waiting time last then 5 mins, CS super nice),dhl said when they tried to pick the Cncc up, the police said it wasn’t ready so they couldn’t pick it up. The CS helped me sort that out and ircc had received the cncc on 6th.

So if you don’t see your tracker update on the schedule day, call them right away.
Helpful info! Thanks for your share.
 

victor_c

Member
Jul 13, 2018
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I called many times everyday, it's neither line busy or no one answer.
I also emailed them about 8 days ago, no reply yet.
I guess I just have to keep trying....

How long does it take for the police to complete the CNCC for your application?
Hi Maki. Roughly 4 weeks. I suggest to contact them early if you want to arrange courier. Otherwise, HK police will use regular mail for you CNCC letter as default option.
Did you call from HK or overseas? You can try with a different phone. My friend had similar situation like you calling from overseas. She called this number for a month, and never got answered. Then she called with another phone and it worked. Can't explain what happened there, but maybe give it a try.
 

MakiSenpaiii

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Sep 19, 2020
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Hi Maki. Roughly 4 weeks. I suggest to contact them early if you want to arrange courier. Otherwise, HK police will use regular mail for you CNCC letter as default option.
Did you call from HK or overseas? You can try with a different phone. My friend had similar situation like you calling from overseas. She called this number for a month, and never got answered. Then she called with another phone and it worked. Can't explain what happened there, but maybe give it a try.
I told them I want to arrange courier when I submit my application, 5 weeks ago.
I have been calling them from hong kong locally.
thanks, I'll try call with another number
 

MakiSenpaiii

Newbie
Sep 19, 2020
6
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The Police finally replied to me to arrange courier pickup, then I arranged DHL to deliver for me tomorrow.
Here is some information you guys may be interested in:
- the phone number from Police CNCC works, just keep calling them
- it now takes 6 weeks for the police to complete the CNCC application
- DHL will let you download the waybill, transport label, and shipping receipt(payment proof) after you paid

However, I still have some questions about the delivery, please help.

- The request letter from IRCC request the police certificate to be delivered in 60 days, but seems like it won't be delivered on time. However, on the IRCC website, it said that "we’ll automatically give you an extra 90 days to send us the documents from the deadline in the request letter
this applies even if the letter says you only have 30 or 90 days"

Can someone please confirm this? Should I send a webform about the delay to IRCC?
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/immigration-applicants.html

- Is it correct to put the address like this in the DHL "Ship to" section?
To : Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
IRCC, Canada
ATTN: EE Registry, Case Processing Agent
IRCC, CIO-Correspondence,
49 Dorchester Street, Sydney, NS
B1P 5Z2 Sydney Nova Scotia
Canada
 
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OINP-SE

Newbie
Aug 31, 2020
8
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Hey guys, questions about fingerprints for the HK police certificate. Where do you guys have your fingerprints taken? On the HK police website, it says fingerprints must be taken by local police/law enforcement/embassy but right now I live in Ontario and I don't think the police/embassy do fingerprints.

So do you guys just have your prints taken in any RCMP accredited shops (there are GlobalID, Gambit ID in Ontario) ? If so should I include any letter explaining the situations? Thanks!
 

victorh

Newbie
Jan 29, 2021
4
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Hi all,

I am currently waiting for the CNCC to be uploaded to my IRCC file.
A friend dropped my file to the HK police on December 12th 2020
On January 6th I got an email confirmation (after sending 1000) from the HK police that my CNCC has been send to :
Immigration Section Consulate General of Canada 8/F, Berkshire House
25 Westlands Road
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong

But since that no news, do you have any idea of the processing time? does the Canadian Consulate send it to the IRCC in Canada?
I am waiting for a Young Professional Experience working visa, my company mandated a lawyer in February 2020, and now I hope this is the last thing needed...

Best regards,

Victor H
 

Hadii

Newbie
Feb 6, 2021
3
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Hi guys,

I got very important information from this blog already. Thanks to all of you.

I have couple of questions, please help:

Although I am applying for a work permit/TRV visa, yet the requirement for CNCC of Hong Kong is required in my case. However, in my request letter from IRCC, the request letter for CNCC hong kong is not specific only for CNCC, but that request letter includes few other documents mentioned which are required for my application.

I want to know whether there is some exclusive request letter for CNCC is required or the existing letter (with 3 different document requirements, including CNCC) is good enough for CNCC Hong Kong application?

2) I am applying from Singapore, there is not a specific mailing address mention, however, in the footer of the Request letter there is an address of Singapore Migration office... is that the address where HK CNCC should be mailed?

I will appreciate your response.
Thanks
 

Rash12

Member
Jan 9, 2018
19
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Hey guys, questions about fingerprints for the HK police certificate. Where do you guys have your fingerprints taken? On the HK police website, it says fingerprints must be taken by local police/law enforcement/embassy but right now I live in Ontario and I don't think the police/embassy do fingerprints.

So do you guys just have your prints taken in any RCMP accredited shops (there are GlobalID, Gambit ID in Ontario) ? If so should I include any letter explaining the situations? Thanks!
Hey me too my local RCMP said they won't do fingerprints and I should go to a rcmp accredited commissionaire. what did you end up doing?