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Police Clearance Certificate
Applications for police clearance certificates can be forwarded to the Police Headquarters in Colombo through the Consulate General.
(NB: The original documents should be submitted with photo copies) :
- Duly completed application form
- Valid Sri Lankan Passport and Swiss Visa of the applicant
- National Identity Card of the Applicant
Consular fee is CHF 20.00
Download Application Form
Bank Details of the Consulate -
Name of the Bank: Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS)
Bank Account No. 240.256121.30A
Account Name: Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Geneva
IBAN CH 350024024025612130A
Clearing No. 240