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Residence certificate

Postby Gardiguy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:03 am

I know this has been asked before but simply cannot find any of the old posts about it. I need to get a Residence certificate for my driver's license so I asked the building manager of my apartment but he has just started and came from the province so he has no idea about where to go, can someone here point me in the right direction please. :help: I have my lease agreement and am in Sangkat Tumnob Tuek fwiw.
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Re: Residence certificate

Postby PSD_Kiwi » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:11 pm

Residence Certification Letter*

To obtain this document, foreigners should go to the local commune (sangkat) office where the applicant resides/ resided in Cambodia to request the letter. There is a no-standard administrative fee for the provision of this letter.

Applicants should bring the following documents:
• If he/she is Cambodian: ID card, family book/ residence book, and house rental agreement (if he/ she did not own a house).
• If he/she is a foreigner: Passport, house rental agreement, job letter and other related documents to support the claim of residence.

Note:

The information in the residence certificate letter includes:
1. name of resident
2. house address
3. how long/length of stay that the resident stayed/ has stayed at that address.

The applicant may authorize someone living in Cambodia to apply for this letter for them. The applicant will need to provide an authorization letter for that person. However acceptance of this letter will be dependent on the commune (sangkat) office. There is no national standard for this type of work.

To ease the process, foreigners are advised to request a Residence Certification Letter from their local commune (sangkat) office prior to leaving their Cambodian place of residence.


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Re: Residence certificate

Postby Gardiguy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:32 pm

Excellent, thank you. I also found this list for local government offices that I hope is okay to link to https://www.iknow.com.kh/business/listing/?&CID=b534ba68236ba543ae44b22bd110a1d6.1488&ProID=c4ca4238a0b923820dcc509a6f75849b.3
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Re: Residence certificate

Postby ricecakes » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:21 pm

YOu need to have the lease with your landlord done using the formal Sangkat lease template. If you have a shitty LL - u r fucked.
Best thing is to go to the sangkat with your LL straight off the bat and get the process started right.
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Postby Gardiguy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:55 pm

Worked out easy enough. Took my passport, 2 photos and lease agreement to the Sangkat. Took about 20 mins and $5 later I was all done
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Postby ricecakes » Fri Oct 13, 2017 4:24 am

Jesus Christ. That's not how mine went. Well done...and lucky !

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