Fingerprint-based checks compare fingerprints against criminal records, typically required for visa applications and accepted worldwide. Globeia offers a comprehensive and seamless RCMP service for Brazil, including fingerprint-based and name-based criminal record checks.
Our platform covers the entire RCMP check request submission process, from completing forms to digitizing fingerprints and submitting applications. Globeia is a reliable partner for obtaining a Canadian Criminal Record Check.
Canada's accession to the Apostille Convention in January 2024 has simplified the process for Canadian documents requiring use in Brazil. As Brazil is also a member of the Apostille Convention, Canadian documents now only need an Apostille to be recognized in Brazil. Common documents like birth certificates, marriage certificates, educational credentials, and corporate paperwork typically require an Apostille. Apostilled Canadian documents should be readily accepted in Brazil, but it is important to verify with the relevant Brazilian authority to confirm they meet specific requirements.
Globeia handles these requisitions on your behalf, making your immigration to Brazil convenient and cost-efficient.
Brazil offers a vibrant culture for Canadians seeking adventure abroad. To work or study in Brazil, a Canadian Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is required. Globeia offers a hassle-free solution, allowing Canadians in Brazil to focus on their goals.
#Once you've completed the document submission and paid the service fees on the Globeia portal, the next step is to visit a local police station or any other authorized fingerprint submission agency recognized by Brazilian authorities. You'll need to fill out the RCMP C 216c form and have it signed and sealed by the authorized agency. Afterward, simply mail the form to Globeia. Additionally, the RCMP accepts any other Fingerprint Submission Form that follows the exact format as the RCMP C 216c. Below is a sample of the RCMP C 216c Fingerprint submission form for your reference.
P.S. The fingerprints should be filled using only Black ink and no other colors.