Available. The Equatoguinean police certificate is known in Equatorial Guinea as "Certificado de Antecedentes Penales."
If you are a national from Equatorial Guinea residing in Equatorial Guinea, you may apply in person at the Ministry of Justice.
If you are a national from Equatorial Guinea living outside of Equatorial Guinea, you should apply through the EquatoGuinean Consulate in the country where you are currently living or in a neighboring country. The EquatoGuinean Embassy will provide you with more specific information.
Third country nationals (TCN) legally living in Equatorial Guinea must apply in person at the Ministry of Justice.
A TCN illegally living in Equatorial Guinea is unable to obtain a police certificate. There are no alternatives available for visa applicants needing EquatoGuinean Police Certificates who live illegally in Equatorial Guinea.
If you are a former legal TCN currently living outside of Equatorial Guinea, contact the consulate of your nationality in Equatorial Guinea. (Example: Cameroonian should contact the Cameroonian consulate in Malabo). The consulate will then contact the EquatoGuinean Ministry of Justice if that country has a reciprocal agreement with Equatorial Guinean for police certification. If Equatorial Guinea does not have a reciprocal agreement with this country, a police certificate is not available. A list of countries having reciprocal agreements with Equatorial Guinea is not available. Applicants must check with each individual consulate regarding their country's reciprocal agreement status.
If you are a former illegal TCN currently living outside of Equatorial Guinea, you cannot obtain a police clearance. There are no alternatives available for visa applicants needing EquatoGuinean Police Certificates who live illegally in Equatorial Guinea.