Get Your Employment Background Certificate in Chile Easily

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What is it?

An Employment Background Certificate in Chile verifies a candidate’s professional history and credentials. It is often required by employers during the hiring process to ensure the credibility and qualifications of the applicant. The certificate includes information such as previous job titles, employment dates, and any other pertinent details related to the candidate’s work history.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for job seekers in Chile who are applying for new positions and need to provide proof of their employment history. It is also beneficial for employers who want to verify the credentials of their potential hires and for individuals immigrating to other countries requiring proof of work experience.


  1. Visit the official government or designated service provider’s website.
  2. Register for an account or log in if you already have one.
  3. Fill out the application form with your personal and employment details.
  4. Upload the necessary documents as per the requirements.
  5. Pay the applicable fees using the available payment options.
  6. Submit the application and wait for processing.
  7. Download or receive your employment background certificate once it’s ready.

Required documents

  • Valid ID: Obtainable from the civil registry or other government offices.
  • Previous Employment Proof: Letters from former employers or employment contracts.
  • Educational Certificates: Degrees or other certifications relevant to past employment.
  • Proof of Address: Utility bills or rental agreements to confirm residency.
  • Payment Proof: Receipt of the fee payment for the background check service.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are up-to-date and have been translated if they aren’t in Spanish.
  • Some employers might require additional checks such as police records or verification of international employment history.
  • Processing times may vary depending on the service provider and volume of requests.


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