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We're going to need a lot more information before we can help you on this.

Which consulate/country?

What did he submit as your police certificate?

Did he have any convictions?

Where you given a temp denial?

:star: Cass (bebop the great)

Hey all,

my fiance just had his interview and was told that he did not have sufficient police clearance. What do we do now? does that mean he is definitely denied a visa? do we have to start this long and heart -wrenching process all over again?

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I would guess that all that is needed is the appropriate police clearance. My wife forgot to get her German clearance translated so she had to rush around after the interview and get that done. We were put on a missing document hold so would assume that your petition is also on a similar hold. Good luck

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he interviewed at the consulate in India and he submitted a police clearance from the city he currently resides in. Apparantly his passport address was different from the address that he currently lives in and he needed to get clearance from that city.

One problem he apparantly found out their is a case filed against him in his name that he had no idea about until recently. So now he has to clear that 1st before he can get clearance.

Now he has to clear that file 1st which could take forever then he can get a proper certicate and then proceed. Now we have to play yet another waiting game.

So it is on hold but I am not sure for how long they will keep it on hold until we clear all of this mess.

We're going to need a lot more information before we can help you on this.

Which consulate/country?

What did he submit as your police certificate?

Did he have any convictions?

Where you given a temp denial?

:star: Cass (bebop the great)

Hey all,

my fiance just had his interview and was told that he did not have sufficient police clearance. What do we do now? does that mean he is definitely denied a visa? do we have to start this long and heart -wrenching process all over again?

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