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Where to ask the Police Clearance Certificate in France ?

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Where to ask the Police Clearance Certificate in France ?

Postby karmaGfa » 16 Mar 2006, 20:26

Hi,

I am french and I don't know where to ask this document in my country.
By the way, how to say it in french ? :oops:
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Re: Where to ask the Police Clearance Certificate in France

Postby Comrade Stalin » 16 Mar 2006, 21:41

karmaGfa wrote:Hi,

I am french and I don't know where to ask this document in my country.
By the way, how to say it in french ? :oops:


If you're here in Taipei, why don't you just call the French Institute and ask?

http://www.fi-taipei.org/

French Institute in Taipei
Room 1003, 10F, 205 Dunhua N Rd, Taipei
tel: 2545-6061
fax: 2545-0994
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Re: Where to ask the Police Clearance Certificate in France

Postby karmaGfa » 16 Mar 2006, 21:55

Comrade Stalin wrote:If you're here in Taipei, why don't you just call the French Institute and ask?


.. Because I needed the solution fast and they don't work so late :)

I found the solution to my problem : the translation in French is "Extrait de Casier Judiciaire", and it can be requested via internet (https://www.cjn.justice.gouv.fr/). I took me 5 mins to fill the form and I am supposed to receive it in a few days. I am impressed, really :notworthy: :bravo:
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