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does my wife need a police clearance from singapore she had her internship for about a year way back 2011-2012 to complete her practicum. and someone told her about this please help us with ur ideas and opinions regarding this. thank you and greatly appreciated

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hello there. i believe she will need a police clearance from singapore police since she lived there for one year. i believe the requirement for police clearance from other countries is that one have lived, whether working or not, for more than 6 months. since she lived there for about a year then she is required to procure a SINGAPORE CERTIFICATE OF CLEARANCE (COC).

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She needed to have a Singapore police clearance once she lived overseas more than a year she is required to secure police clearance then,try to go check the Singaporean emabassy in Manila,they sure can help you provide the police clearance.And I'm pretty sure you will be informed by them of how much it cost.remember that requesting police clearance abroad takes 2-8 weeks depending on how you pay for the shipping method

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once you have the letter from NVC stating the case has been forwarded the US Embassy in Manila showing the beneficiarie's CASE NUMBER and BENEFICIARIE'S NAME then you can request for Singapore COC either by mail or in person but I suggest do it in person coz she needs to have her fingerprint taken and will be processed in 2 weeks. if she opted for mail-in request, it will most likely take a while. not to mention the mailing time from the Philppines to Singapore, processing time for them to issue the COC, mailing time from Singapore to Manila then the time for the US embassy to sort the mail they receive. the best option is to go in person to have the fingerprint taken in Singapore. come back when it's time to pick up the COC and have the COC on hand during the interview.

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Your wife will need a police certificate from any country she has lived in for more than 12 months from age 16 onwards. Check here to find out how to obtain the police clearance if it's available. http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/fees/reciprocity-by-country.html


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According to state website, they require Police Clearance from age of 16.

My wife was in vietnam from 16-27, and moved to Sweden since 27 now

I spoke to NVC rep today, and told to send in only Swedish Police Clearance. They do not need the Police Clearance from Vietnam since I asked them abt instruction requirement from the website. The Rep told me Swedish Police Clearance will cover all, and thats what they see on my requirement checklist. Its awkward.

But I still sent them both Records in today since I already obtain both. Lets see what happens next.


USCIS

6/3/2014 - I-130 Sent

6/10/2014 - Received NOA1

7/10/2014 - Received NOA2

11/10/2014 - Called USCIS for status.

12/10/2014 - Result back with case pending due to Security Check

1/10/2015 - Called USCIS for status.

2/10/2015 - Result back with case pending adjudication further review

3/31/2015 - Case approved by USCIS and forwarded to NVC

NVC

4/10/215 - NVC assigned with receipt case #

4/28/2015 - Completed DS261 Choice of Agent online

5/4/2015 - Called NVC to complete review DS261 by phone

5/7/2015 - Received AOS fee and Paid AOS fee

6/4/2015 - Sent both AOS and IV packages to NVC

6/8/2015 - Received IV fee

6/9/2015 - Paid IV fee

6/24/2015 - Received checklist for missing Data Passport Page

6/28/2015 - Mailed in checklist request

7/6/2015 - Completed IV application (DS260) online

7/8/2015 - Received checklist for missing Data Passport Page again and DS260 because NVC lost the package

7/10/2015 - Mailed in checklist request again

8/10/2015 - Case completed on phone with NVC

8/17/2015 - Received email confirmation for case completed

EMBASSY

8/26/2016 - Scheduled interview

8/27/2015 - Received P4 letter thru email

9/14/2014 - Medical Exam Done

9/16/2015 - Interview date- Passed but waiting for Medical exam Results

9/24/2015 - Medical exam results sent to US Embassy

9/29/2015 - CEAC visa status show " Issued "

10/1/2015 - Visa in hand

10/12/2015 - POE Los Angeles, California

LIFTING CONDITION

7/13/2017 - Sent in ROC application

7/17/2017 - Received NOA Letter

7/21/2017 - Received Appointment notice for Biometrics

8/7/2017   - Biometrics taken and stamp at local office

3/5/2018   - Case moved to local office

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