Streamlined Online Verification for Attested Police Clearance Certificates - Department of consular services Nepal

 If you've acquired your character certificate from the Nepali police, you can now easily verify and stamp it online through the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Verifying your Police Character Certificate in Nepal has never been easier. With the Consular Service Department of the Government of Nepal's Ministry of Foreign Affairs offering an online verification process, you can ensure the accuracy of your certificate with just a few clicks. In this article, we'll walk you through the step-by-step process to help you successfully verify your Police Character Certificate and address any potential issues.

Step 1: Verify Your Details

Before you begin the verification process, make sure that all the details in your police report, including your name, address, passport number, citizenship number, and more, are correct. Any inaccuracies could lead to complications, so ensure your information is up-to-date.

Step 2: Visit the Online Verification Form

Access the Consular Service Department's online Police Character Certificate verification form by visiting their website at Follow the instructions provided below to proceed.

Step 3: Complete the Verification Form

Fill out the verification form with the required information, then check the provided checkbox and click the "Next" button. You'll also need to enter the characters/numbers shown in the Captcha for security purposes.

Step 4: Enter Dispatch No. and Date of Birth

In the Police Character Certificate section, input your Dispatch No. (e.g., 2080-123456, is available in police clearance certificate) and your Date of Birth in AD format (e.g., 1984-10-05) into the respective text boxes. Once done, click "Submit."

Step 5: Review Your Certificate Details

After submission, you'll be able to review the details of your Police Character Certificate, including your address and citizenship information. If everything is accurate, enter your mobile number and click "Next."

Step 6: Payment Process

Clicking "Next" will display important payment information, including the Reference No., EBP No., and the payment amount [NPR, 500]. Take note of the Reference No., which is crucial for the next steps.

Payment Methods:

  • Pay Now: Use the Revenue Management Information System (RMIS) to connect to payment gateways like ConnectIPS, Khalti, or Esewa. Select your preferred gateway, deposit the revenue amount, and look for "Payment Verified, and your application is submitted successfully" to confirm your payment.

  • Bank Voucher: If you prefer offline payment, choose the "Bank Voucher" option to print a voucher. Visit a Global IME Bank branch in Nepal to make the payment. Then, return to the website, enter your Reference No. and Dispatch No., and print/download the paid voucher.

  • Payment Verify: For mobile app payments through ConnectIPS, Khalti, or Esewa, click "Payment Verify" to confirm the payment. After verification, you can print/download the paid voucher.

Step 7: Certificate Download

Upon successful submission and payment, the Consular Service Department will review your request. If everything checks out, return to the website after 24 Hour [one working day]. Enter your Reference No. and Dispatch No. to access and Download your attested Police Character Certificate with the department's certified stamp.

Step 8: Notification of Discrepancies

In case the Consular Service Department identifies any discrepancies during the review, you will receive an SMS notification indicating the rejection of your request.

If confusion, contact at :

Phone No. +977-1-5360108/5360121Ext. No. 308

Email : / 


Verifying your Police Character Certificate in Nepal has been streamlined thanks to the online process offered by the Consular Service Department. By following these steps, you can ensure the accuracy of your certificate and swiftly address any discrepancies that may arise during the review process.