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Q: where i can get police clearance certificate for foreigner in wuhan?

where i can get police clearance certificate for a foreigner in wuhan? if somebody knows please help

8 years 36 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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You'll have to go to the main PSB in Wuhan, it'll be the only PSB that helps and hands out RP's to foreigners...

You need one from your home country then you need to tell us where you are from?

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@ironman510 is incorrect in saying that you should go to the "main PSB" to apply for a police clearance certificate (PCC) in Wuhan. 

Currently in Wuhan, it is either a local notary office or a Population Brigade of a District PSB (as opposed to the Municipal PSB) that issues PCCs to foreigners. It depends on which category of visas you hold during the time of your stay in China. If you have any further question about how to obtain a PCC from any city of China, contact me at http://www.chinatraveldocs.com.

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