What are the requirements for AFP check in Australia?

This article describes the documentary requirements for AFP checks in Australia.

An AFP check in Australia is a criminal history check conducted by the Australian Federal Police (AFP). It is a national police check that covers all Australian states and territories. AFP checks can be used for a variety of purposes, including employment, volunteering, adoption, and visa applications. 

To obtain an AFP check, you must provide your personal information, including your name, date of birth, and address. You will also need to provide 100 points of proof of ID along with the signed consent form as shown below- 

  1. Foreign Passport (current) / Australian Passport (current or expired within last 2 years but not cancelled) or Full Birth certificate (not birth certificate extract) - signature must be displayed on the passport (70 points) 
  2. Australian Driver's License/Learner's Permit - submit both the front and the back of the license (40 points) 
  3. Medicare Card - 25 points 
  4. Credit Card - 25 points 
  5. Signed AFP NPC application form.  

Important: The signature on the AFP Form should align with the signature on the passport or the Driver's license/Learner's permit.