Procedure How to request a residence certificate

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Direction de la Sûreté Publique - Division de Police Administrative

Stade louis II, entrée B, étage 1
MC 98000 MONACO

Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found Section :
Residency Section (+377) 93 15 30 17
Lost-and-Found Section (+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

Stade louis II, entrée B, étage 1
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 Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found 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 €5 in tax stamps.

The residence certificate for tax purposes is valid for six months. It is signed by the Police Commissioner or by a Police Superintendent and the fee is €600 in the form of embossed tax stamps (to be paid by bank card at the counters of the Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found Section).

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Obtaining and completing the form

To obtain a residence certificate form for administrative purposes only, you can either:

 

To obtain a residence certificate form for tax purposes only, you can either:

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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  

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Collecting the residence certificate

You can collect your residence certificate from the Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found Section by appointment only.

The Residency, Certifications and Lost-and-Found Section, will contact you as soon as your residence certificate is ready.

The issuing fee is €5.00 in tax stamps.

Last update: 05/02/2013

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