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Hi all! I'm really confused on this whole Police Certificate issue for Pakistan.Looking at the Islamabad Embassy website it clearly states that we don't require one but when I search on VJ their are completely mixed opinions. :huh: I haven't received the NVC welcome letter so dont have a checklist specific for our case. Can anyone please tell me what their personal experiences has been and if they did not provide one did they receive a checklist or did the embassy request to get one made at the interview? I wanna gauge if it is compulsory only then will I go through the hassle of getting it made. Anyone in Pakistan knows how hard it is to get these kind of documents. So any personal experience, preferably recently,will be very appreciated. :idea:

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NVC Welcome Letter would list Police Certificate as one of the documents required, as far as I know. But I also believe the welcome letter is generic. DOS website clearly states PCC is not required in Pakistan. And I do not plan on getting it either. But I havent gone through the immigration process so far so I cant share personal experience.

But I do agree with you that many people from Pakistan get it anyways. I dont think it adds much to the case. I feel like it was a requirement in the past and as you know, old habits die hard.


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Please read the reciprocity table on the NVC website for information about why PCC for Pakistan is not needed.


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