Embassy of India, Vilnius, Lithuania
Police Clearance Certificates

Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is issued to both Indian nationals and foreign nationals (in respect of their stay in India) for a specific purpose as requested by the applicant.

Documents Required:

    1. Duly filled in and signed PCC Application https://portal5.passportindia.gov.in/Online/index.html (Indian Passport holder)
    1. 2 (Two) recent photographs (2 inches X 2 inches) identical photographs showing a frontal view of the full face. Photographs should be in colour with a white background with all applications.
    2. PPF – Personal Particulars Form (Applicable only for Indian passport Holders). [PPF Form]
    3. Applicants need to ensure accurate information is given in the Personal Particulars Form.
    4. Complete address with Pin code and Police station name for the permanent address in India (8a of PPF Form), Current Lithuanian Address (8b), and also Complete address, contact details of 2 Indian references (10a and 10b of PPF Form) are to be filled accurately.
    5. Indian Address proof (The address on the online application form must match the address proof provided).
    6. Self-attested photocopy of the passport page containing a valid Lithuania Visa or Lithuania Residence Permit Card
    7. Lithuanian/foreign passport holders, kindly [click here] to download the form & fill it.
  • Applicant's valid passport in original and self-attested photocopy pages containing personal particulars of the applicant.
  • Please note: Non-Indian Passport holders need to submit their original passport along with the application.
  • Valid Lithuania Settlement status/Resident permit . (Original + copy required)
  • Applicants who are foreign passport holders and who never held an Indian passport need to submit a self-attested photocopy page containing Indian visa/Visas on their passports.
  • Foreign passport holders who previously held Indian passports need to submit any of the following:
    • Self-attested photocopy page containing valid Indian visas on their passports.


    • Self-attested photocopy of the OCI or PIO Card (if the applicant holds OCI or PIO Card).


    • Self-attested photocopy of the Indian Passport Surrender Certificate (foreign passport holders who previously held an Indian passport are required to surrender their last held Indian passport at the nearest Indian Mission/Post and obtain an Indian Passport Surrender Certificate)..
    1. Proof of Residence: Any of the following self-attested documents viz. copy of utility bill (landline telephone bill/electricity bill/gas bill/water bill) or Driving License or lease deed (of residence) etc. where the applicant’s Lithuania address is clearly mentioned, should be provided. (The address on the online application form must match the address proof provided)
    2. Please note if the applicant is unable to provide the original Valid passport, the competent authorities may not be able to issue a PCC.
    3. Fess Receipt
  • For fees details  please visit [consular fee doc]
  • Payment by bank transfer only.  All fees paid for this service are non-refundable
  • Please make separate payments for Consular Fees and Consular Surcharge/ICWF using the following bank details and provide two separate receipts; one for Consular Fees and another for Consular Surcharge/ICWF.
  • For Consular Services:
  • Recipient: INDIJOS RESPUBLIKOS AMBASADA LIETUVOJE (Embassy of India, Vilnius) Account number: LT677300010178757046 (SWEDBANK) Swift: HALBALT22
  • For ICWF (Surcharge):
  • Recipient: INDIJOS RESPUBLIKOS AMBASADA LIETUVOJE (Embassy of India, Vilnius) Account number: LT96 7300 0101 8109 4709 (SWEDBANK) Swift: HALBALT22
  • Processing Time:
  • For an Indian passport holder, the minimum processing time is 4-5 weeks.
  • For a foreign passport holder, this service is rendered normally within 7-8 working days.
  • Please Note:
  • Original documents provided will have to be submitted along with the photocopies, the same shall be returned to the applicants once the process is over.
The above are mandatory requirements. The applicant may be advised to submit some more documents after scrutiny of the application and documents by the Embassy of India, on a case-to-case basis.


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