Clearance process following a court judgment

Once a judgment has been fulfilled, whether it be paying a fine or serving a prison sentence, the Courts should automatically process the removal of the cases from the national authority databases. However, we have found that approximately ten percent of fulfilled judgments are remaining as alerts that can lead to delays at border control points or unnecessary bureaucratic problems that need resolving, often at the most inconvenient of times.

The process can be fulfilled manually by obtaining the necessary clearance paperwork from the Courts and the Police and then it is prudent to perform a final status check on the database to ensure that all alerts have been removed.

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