Q&A Can someone else apply for me?

Can someone else apply for a certificate of conduct on my behalf?

Another person may submit the application on your behalf if you authorise them to do so. The authorised person then applies to the Population Affairs Department of the municipality where you are registered in the BRP. If the municipality no longer has your particulars, the application has to be submitted directly to Justis.

Another person may submit the application on your behalf if you authorise them to do so. The authorised person then applies to the Population Affairs Department of the municipality where you are registered in the BRP. If the municipality no longer has your particulars, the application has to be submitted directly to Justis. Look for 'Where can I apply for a certificate of conduct if I'm not registered in the Municipal Personal Record Database (BRP)?'.

The authorised person must take along:

  • a fully completed application form:
    Data applicant (section 1)
    Data organisation/establishment (section 2.1) This section has to be filled out by the department that requires the certificate. If they are unable to do this, an official letter or brochure which states that you have to apply for a certificate of conduct will do.
    Purpose of the application (section 2.2)
    Screening profile (section 2.3 or 2.4)
    You need to bring all 6 pages of the application form;
  • an official document which states what the purpose is of your application, provided by the interested party;
  • letter of authorisation, also stating the address to which the certificate must be sent;
  • a copy of your valid passport;
  • the authorised person’s identity document;
  • the sum of €41,35.