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Police Clearance in Abu Dhabi

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I worked in Abu Dhabi before and getting a police clearance is giving me a headache :(, do I really need to get my fingerprint in NBI Taft? because everything is long, the line, the processing here in the Philippines and in Abu Dhabi...

my headache : is the long queue in NBI taft :( is there any NBI office you know where can I have this fingerprint or is it only in

Taft?

Your reply is highly appreciated!

God Bless!

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I worked in Abu Dhabi before and getting a police clearance is giving me a headache :(, do I really need to get my fingerprint in NBI Taft? because everything is long, the line, the processing here in the Philippines and in Abu Dhabi...

my headache : is the long queue in NBI taft :( is there any NBI office you know where can I have this fingerprint or is it only in

Taft?

Your reply is highly appreciated!

God Bless!

Hello sis, NBI UN Taft is the main..meron sa ibang lugar na sattelite pero hanggang 300 lang yata ang iniissue nila. kaya okay na rin sa NBI. Police clearance in Some GCC cannot be attained if you are no longer in that country...

I worked in saudi arabia for 9 years and the embassy did not require me to have my police clerance during my interview.. Please check out this site

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_5455.html?cid=9666

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Police Records

Available, only if applicant is physically present in the UAE.

Police certificates may be obtained by any person, regardless of nationality, by personally appearing at the Central Police Headquarters located in the emirate of residence or former residence. When appearing to request a police certificate, the applicant should provide recent photographs, a letter from the requesting authority, the date of residence in the emirate, and their passport.

Not available by mail. Post recommends that consular officers waive the general requirement to obtain police certificates unless the applicant lives in the UAE.

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Hi :) glad you replied :)

did you asked US Embassy Philippines if ok lang na wala kang Police Clearance sa Saudi?

makakakuha naman ako ng police clearance sa Abu Dhabi pero matatagalan bago ko makuha :( tapos ang problema pa nga sa NBI Taft super haba ng pila,sa Robinson's Otis na nga ako kumuha ng NBI Clearance ko bukas ko macclaim, pero eto need ko pa rin pumunta sa Taft para naman sa fingerprinting :( hays!

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Hi :) glad you replied :)

did you asked US Embassy Philippines if ok lang na wala kang Police Clearance sa Saudi?

makakakuha naman ako ng police clearance sa Abu Dhabi pero matatagalan bago ko makuha :( tapos ang problema pa nga sa NBI Taft super haba ng pila,sa Robinson's Otis na nga ako kumuha ng NBI Clearance ko bukas ko macclaim, pero eto need ko pa rin pumunta sa Taft para naman sa fingerprinting :( hays!

Oo sis kasi sa robinsons is satellite lang din. Bago na kasi ang system ng NBI, actually yung sa police clearance alam ito ng USembassy, sa pre screener pa lang nung tinanong niya ako kung galing ako saudi, sabi opo, then sabi niya okay di na kita hihingan ng Police Clearance since matagal ka na rin naman wala duon, (7 years na ako wala)

Also may roon nga under country Reciprocity, but you can still try getting one, if ever di dumating till your interview date,just tell them the truth.. How long have you been out of Abu dhabi ba?

Sis I would suggest you join Pretty Ladies group sa facebook, this groups helps a lot sa mga inquiries... you will receive answer at once...

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actually nag resign ako after namin magfile ng beby ko, last feb. 11 lang...aun!

kasi naman sis ung pila sa Taft naiisip ko pa lang sumasakit na ang ulo ko :( kasi ang haba ang init pa, tapos masama pa pakiramdam ko, haysss! hirap na matagal pa... same daw kasi ang pila nung nakuha ng NBI Clearance at for fingerprinting lang eh! ayun po...

sis can you please post here the link for the FB page?

shukran!

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actually nag resign ako after namin magfile ng beby ko, last feb. 11 lang...aun!

kasi naman sis ung pila sa Taft naiisip ko pa lang sumasakit na ang ulo ko :( kasi ang haba ang init pa, tapos masama pa pakiramdam ko, haysss! hirap na matagal pa... same daw kasi ang pila nung nakuha ng NBI Clearance at for fingerprinting lang eh! ayun po...

sis can you please post here the link for the FB page?

shukran!

sis dalhin mo na lang yung paper na nagsasabi na for finger printing ka na lang baka i prioritize ka dun... Afuan

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