Criminal Background Certificate Service in Bolivia

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What is it?

The Criminal Background Certificate in Bolivia is an official document that confirms whether an individual has any recorded criminal history in the country. This document is often required for various administrative and legal purposes, including employment, marriage, and travel.

Who needs it?

The ideal customer for this service includes expatriates living in Bolivia, Bolivian citizens applying for jobs, individuals getting married, and those needing official clearance for travel or residency applications in other countries.


  1. Visit the appropriate government office or its official website.
  2. Request the Criminal Background Certificate application form and fill it out.
  3. Submit the completed application form along with all required documents.
  4. Pay the applicable processing fee.
  5. Wait for the certificate to be processed and issued.
  6. Collect the Criminal Background Certificate once ready.

Required documents

  • Passport or National ID: Obtain from your local issuing authority.
  • Birth Certificate: Can be obtained from the Civil Registry.
  • Proof of Residence: Obtained via utility bills or rental agreements.
  • Completed Application Form: Available at the relevant government office or their website.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing times may vary; check with the specific issuing office.
  • Ensure all photocopies of documents are notarized if required.
  • Fees are subject to change; verify the current rates before applying.


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