Do you need an Italian Criminal Record for your job?
Have foreign immigration authorities requested an Italian Criminal Record even though you have never lived in Italy?
CHOOSE THE ONE YOU NEED!
There are 4 main types of Criminal Records in Italy:
-Certificato Penale del Casellario Giudiziale (Penal Certificate of Good Conduct): Commonly known as a criminal record, it contains any past criminal judgments. It is usually required for administrative use, work, and election.
-Certificato Civile del Casellario Giudiziale (Civil Certificate of Good Conduct): It contains any past civil judgments, such as disqualification, declaration of bankruptcy, ancillary penalties entailing restrictions on the civil capacity.
-Certificato Generale del Casellario Giudiziale (General Certificate of Good Conduct): It contains all irrevocable measures of the Court regarding criminal, civil and administrative matters. It is usually required for administrative use, adoption, work, citizenship and migration (permit / residence permit), voluntary competition.
The GENERAL certificate summarizes information contained in both the Penal and Civil Certificates.
-Certificato dei Carichi Pendenti (Certificate of Pending Charges): It contains information about pending criminal proceedings. It attests any accusations, various stages of proceedings and judgments. It is required for administrative use, adoption, labor emigration.
NOT SURE WHICH CRIMINAL RECORD YOU MAY NEED?
By requesting two certificates: The General Certificate of Good Conduct and Certificate of Pending Charges, they cover the main requirements!