Toxic: First of all one has to go to the Pak Embassy with two pictures, two copies of Passport, NIC and Iqama and get the form from there, which would be filled by the man sitting in the exterior section of Embassy. Then, take this form and submit into window #6, which would be ready to collect the same day cost 18 SAR after 1.30 pm. Next step is to take that attested letter and get it attest from MOFA 30 SAR, after this the most important step is to take this attested letter to the Police Office Deera near court with one picture. Here the finger print will be taken and you would get a receipt for collection of the certificate, which should be ready in three days. The last and final step is to collect the certificate and translate if necessary for the required purpose.
Shu Nix: My advice for fellow Pakistanis looking for PCC letter from Embassy is as follows: Go straight to the Welfare section of the Pakistani Embassy. At the embassy's entrance there is a window, ask the gentleman that you want to visit the Welfare section. He will take your Iqama and give you a visitor's card. He will also guide to the Welfare section which can be reached after entering the main entrance of embassy and going on the right side. Visit after 9:30 AM. There is a person Mr. Abdul Ghaffar, ask him for this Police Clearance letter. He will print this letter for you which are in the CORRECT format (no thumb impressions / signature required on this letter as it is addressed to Criminal Investigation Department Manager from the Embassy's Welfare Attache). This letter was attested by MOFA without a hitch.
Ali: As mentioned by Shu Nix, slight amendment to his experience as described above. Entering the Pakistan Embassy from main gate, turn right on the entrance. First room on your left will be Mr. Asad Ullah's office. A handwritten application for requesting this police certificate letter, a photocopy of passport, a photocopy of iqama. No fees and No Photographs required. He will provide you the letter within 10 minutes. No wait till 1:30 PM and no need to go to window # 6. I am yet to visit the MOFA and Police HQ, hopefully things will go as planned. If i encounter a different experience then the above mentioned, will share it.
Shahid Abdul Razzak: I believe that if I am getting some good out of discussions on this forum then I should also contribute towards it. By the grace of God, I was able to get the Letter of Endorsement/Form from our embassy that was visiting Khobar today. I submitted two copies of my passport, two copies of my NICOP and two copies of my Iqama to the team in the morning. The gentleman filled the Letter of Endorsement himself, took my thumb impression and signature on it and charged me SAR 10 per form. This form was then submitted to another window where I was asked to pay SAR 18 per form. The gentleman in this window took the whole set of documents along with the charges and issued me a receipt. I was requested to return back in the afternoon to collect the Letter of Endorsement with authorized signature and stamp. I complied and received the signed and stamped Letter of Endorsement. The embassy I was referring to was Pakistan Embassy. Basically the embassy in based in Riyadh but every fifteen days a mission from embassy pays a visit to Khobar and sets up base in Tamimi Compound.
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