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The NBI Clearance Application Process in Canada



The NBI Clearance Application Process in Canada

The NBI Clearance program is the best place to get your NBI clearance in Canada. Is it sometimes necessary to obtain a copy of an NBI clearance? Where do you go if you aren’t in the Philippines? Is it in Canada? Can a Canadian obtain an NBI clearance?

Would you mind telling me how you did it? Upon learning you must provide a copy of your NBI clearance, you’ll ask yourself these few questions. There are no criminal records in the Philippines, so you are free to start hiding unless you have been convicted. We have a tutorial for you if you do not know how to do this.

I’m not sure what’s the purpose of your application, but for the sake of this tutorial, we’ll just assume that it is for your employment. The NBI clearance and Philippine passport are important requirements for employment abroad and locally.

The NBI Clearance Application Process [UPDATED]

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What Are The NBI Clearance Requirements?

Canada’s NBI Clearance application requirements are quite straightforward. Please provide the following information:

  • An accomplished NBI Clearance Form No. 5

  • a 2” x 2” photograph with white background, taken within three months before to the application

  • and lastly, photocopies of your Philippine Passport

You may also need to provide additional Valid IDs for NBI Clearance (optional).

Where To Get NBI Clearance In Canada?

In order to obtain NBI clearance in Canada, you must visit the nearest Philippine Consulate. You may refer to the following list to see a complete listing of Philippine Consulates in Canada.

Philippine Consulate General, Calgary – Suite 920, 517 1oth Ave. SW Calgary, Alberta T2R 0A8 (Centre 10 Bldg. corner of 4th and 5th St.) with Telephone Numbers (403) 455-9483, (403) 455-9343, (403) 455-9457 and (403) 455-9346

Philippine Consulate General, Edmonton
 – Room 107, 4990 92 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6V 2V4 with Telephone Number (+780) 415 4303

Philippine Consulate General, St. John’s – 27 Symonds Ave., St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1E 3A4
 with Telephone Numbers (+709) 777 4486 and (+709) 754 2823

Philippine Consulate General, Toronto –  7th Floor, 160 Eglinton Avenue, East Toronto, Ontario, M4P 3B5 with Telephone Numbers (416) 922-7181

Philippine Consulate General, Vancouver – Suite 660, 999 Canada Place Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 3E1 with Telephone Numbers (604) 685-1619 and (604) 685-7645

Philippine Consulate General, Halifax – 1559 Brunswick Street Ogden Pond Building Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 2G1 with Telephone Number (902) 240-0833

Philippine Consulate, Saskatoon – 14-115 3rd Avenue South, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1L7
 with Telephone Number (+306) 384 7800

Philippine Consulate, CharlotteTown – 10 Shell Court Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 2Z8 with Telephone Numbers (902) 894-7701 and (902) 393-4850

The following are usually the first questions we ask all NBI Clearance applicants:

  1. We do not want you going home empty handed if an appointment is required for NBI Clearance application.

  2. Please confirm whether the specific Consulate has been assigned the task of processing NBI Clearance Applications. The Philippine Consulate office does not process NBI Clearance Applications, so we don’t want to be blamed for sending an applicant home.

A copy of the Fingerprint Card No. 5 is what you are looking for (also known as the NBI Clearance Form No. 5). Upon receiving this form, make sure you fill it out. On both sides of the application form you need to handwrite personal information.

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In the case of a married woman, the order in writing the name is as follows:

  • Maiden Last Name (Father’s surname )

  • Husband’s Last Name

  • First name or Given name

  • Maternal Last Name (Maiden’s Last Name of mother or Middle name

The NBI Clearance form no. 5 must be completed and submitted to the Manila Consulate General to have your finger prints taken. Your fingerprints could be impressed on the designated spaces in the form at the nearest Police Station or Agency.

Be sure to have the officer’s name, signature, and official designation if the fingerprint impression is done by a police officer or agency.

Please forward your most recent 2×2 photo with the NBI Clearance Application form.

It is now time to submit your application for consularization of your NBI Clearance after completing the above steps.

In Canada, we process NBI Clearances

Consularization fees must be paid in order to obtain Consularization. Alternatively, they accept Money Orders, but make sure it’s payable to the Philippine Consulate General if you’re mailing them your payment. To receive your NBI Clearance via mail, you must also submit a completed NBI Clearance Form No. 5 and a self-addressed return envelope. Ensure that you have at least three copies of your Philippine passport as well as your Permanent Residence Card or work permit.

The NBI Clearance Form No.5 will be returned to you after the Consularization. It will take three to five working days for you to receive back the documents if you choose a mail delivery option.

There are two options for this final step. These two options are the same as the ones we discussed in our previous tutorial (How to apply for NBI clearance abroad):

Consular staff can do it for you if you ask them to. It is necessary for you to secure another Money Order or bank draft (negotiable in the Philippines) for a total of P200 payable to the following:

Read More: Where Can I Apply for NBI Clearance? Philippines’ Complete List of NBI Clearance Outlets

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