I have applied for Police clearance certificate (PCC) at CEID

By sanji555

I have applied for Police clearance certificate (PCC) at CEID, and when I checked the status through Metrash2 mobile APP, it says 'Printed' does it mean it is ready ?

Appreciate your help.

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By shahanasfiros• 2 months 1 week ago.

Hmc hr dept collected my documents for pcc and they said will get msg from ceid but till now i didn't get msg now 3 months going on pls help me what should i do frds

By ezohr• 2 years 3 months ago.

i am no longer worker in qatar but i have application for police clearance it's almost 2 mos since i apply how can get it i send via dhl i need some help regarding of this matter i hope for your kindness and consideration thank you!

By sanji555• 2 years 10 months ago.

Thanks, but I have not received the sms yet and I must have it tomorrow. Will go tomorrow anyway. Insha Allah. Thanks again.

By Unni1984• 2 years 10 months ago.
Rating: 2/5

YES, it might be ,also at the same time you will receive an sms to come and collect the same from CEID office where you submitted your application

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