Step 1: Certification by the Embassy of Viet Nam of your signature in Criminal Records Form and true copy of your passport:
Attention: You have to choose to apply Criminal Records Certificate No. 1 (not mentioning convictions which was deleted) or Criminal Records Certificates No. 2 (mentioning convictions which was deleted). You have to check with Australian authority to decide which Certificate is suitable for you.
- Carefully fill in Vietnamese form for Criminal Records Certificate No. 1, click here (English version click here for your reference). You can authorise someone in Viet nam to submit and get the Certificate No. 1 for you; or
- Carefully fill in the Vietnamese form for Criminal Records Certificate No. 2 , click here (English version click here for your reference). You can NOT authorise anyone, but to do it yourself (submission in person at the Vietnamese NCCR or by international post).
Only the fully-filled Vietnamese form is accepted; the English form for reference only.
* Please sent to our Embassy:
- Fully-filled Vietnamese form for Criminal Records Certificate (No.1 or No.2)
- A certified copy of your passport.
- A copy of your passport (including front page and the pages showing Vietnamese visa and Vietnamese border stamps).
- A returned pre-paid self-addressed envelop (registered or express).
- Fee in AUD (in cash, money order or bank cheque payable to "the Embassy of Viet nam").
For more details, please contact:
The Embassy of Viet Nam in Australia
6 Timbarra Crescent, O'Malley ACT, 2606, Australia
Phone: (02) 6286 6059 (EXT: 101/102)
DirectLine: (02) 6286 5660 or (02) 6286 8465
Fax: (02) 6286 4534
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Working hours: from 9.15 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday (except public holidays).
Step 2: Submission of paper work as required to the Vietnamese competent authority in Viet Nam (Department of Justice of the Province/cities where you resided; or the Hanoi-based National Center for Criminal Records- NCCR) by post or in person to get the Criminal Records Certificate
Please see the instructions of the Vietnamese National Center for Criminal Records here. You can contact them by telephone or email to answer your further questions.