South Africa Background Checks
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Available. Criminal records since 1901 covering the entire Republic are maintained at the South African Police Headquarters, Pretoria. The period The Commissioner of the South African Police issues certificates upon application, stating whether or not a criminal record exists, and, if so, particulars of the offense as well as any sentence passed.
The police authorities require an subject to present verification of identity, such as a Book of Life, or valid passport, and a payment of R41.00 (South African rand forty one payable in cash, check or postal order, made payable to the South African police).
To obtain a certificate that is issued in single copy only, fingerprints must be taken by the local police in the subject's place of residence. The South African police forward the completed fingerprint chart and the fee to the head office in Pretoria for issuance of the police clearance certificate. If the subject is residing in the United States, he or she should forward a bank draft in the amount of R41.00 together with a completed fingerprint chart (bearing an official signature and stamp of the local police station) to:
Alternatively, he/she should authorize a friend/relative in South Africa to submit the application on behalf of the subject.
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