Entering competitive examinations, adopting a child, obtaining Spanish nationality or living outside Spain are some of the cases in which you will need your Criminal Record Certificate.
The Criminal Record Certificate is an official document issued and validated by the Spanish Ministry of Justice that certifies whether or not a person has a criminal record in the Central Register of Criminals. It is a report detailing whether at any time in your life there has been a conviction in a final sentence for the commission of any of the crimes listed in the Penal Code.
The criminal record certificate can be requested by any natural person of legal age, as well as by legal persons through their legal representatives. Persons with judicially modified capacity must be represented by a parent or legal guardian.
In compliance with Community regulations, when the application is made by citizens of European Union member countries of a nationality other than Spanish, information on their background will be requested from the central authority of the State of their nationality, which will be attached to the Spanish certificate that is issued. In this case, the processing of the certificate will be subject to the regulations, practice and deadlines of the country in question.
NOTE: The Certificate of Criminal Record does not entitle you to work with minors in Spain, being necessary in these cases to request a Certificate of Sexual Offences as this is the only document authorised for this purpose. What are you waiting for? Let us help you and live a smart mobility!
If you want us to process your certificate of criminal offences you only have to contract this service, as soon as we receive your request a Campussing assistant will contact you to organise the service.