Procedure How to request a residence certificate

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Direction de la Sûreté Publique - Division de Police Administrative

4, rue Louis Notari
MC 98000 MONACO 

Residents Section :
(+377) 93 15 30 17
(+377) 93 15 30 18

Opening Hours : from 9h00 to 17h00 from monday to friday

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Direction de la Sûreté Publique - Division de Police Administrative

4, rue Louis Notari
MC 98000 MONACO 

Opening Hours : from 9h00 to 17h00 from monday to friday

Phone : (+377) 93 15 31 60

Fax : (+377) 93 15 31 67

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Principle and conditions

The residence certificate is proof of your current residence in the Principality.  It is issued to residents of the Principality by the Residents' Section.

If you have lived in the Principality for less than six months, you will not qualify for a residence certificate unless you provide documents justifying an exemption.

Residence certificates are valid for six months.  They are signed by the Director of Police Department or by a Police superintendent.  The fees are 1.50 € in tax stamps.

1

Obtaining and completing the form

To get this form, you can either:

2

Getting ready to apply

You should send the following documents, either by e-mail to resident@gouv.mc or by post:

  • The completed "Request a Residence Certificate" form
  • The two most recent electricity bills relating to your accommodation 
  • A valid residence permit  

3

Collecting the residence certificate

The Residents' Section will contact you as soon as your residence certificate is ready.

The issuing fee is 1.50 €.

Last update: 05/02/2013

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