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That's strange. How did you get your CC at NVC with that Police Certificate?


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I also got 221g fron new delhi.. just submit the requested document u will be fine..


Marriage: July 15, 2015

File I-130: August 06,

NOA 1: August 20, 2015 (Nebraska)

NOA 2- May 20, 2016

NOA 2 received: May 25, 2016

Case Sent to NVC:May 20, 2016

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NVC:

Case received: 06/06/2016

Case and IIN#: 06/22/2016

Choice of Agent -DS-261:06/22/2016

AOS Fee Invoiced:06/22/2016

AOS Fee Paid: 06/22/2016

IV Fee Invoiced: 06/22/2016

IV Fee Paid:06/22/2016

DS-260 Completed:07/08/2016

Sent AOS & IV Packets:07/14/2016

Scan Date: 07/18/2016

Checklist: 08/19/2016 ( i received checklist for missing passport copy)

Second Scan Date: 08/29/2016

Supervisor's review: 10/12/2016

Case Complete: 10/17/2016

Interview Date: 11/23/2016

Result: Approved

 

Removal of Condition

File ROC : 12/07/2018

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Hi,

I received 221G after CR1 visa interview in New Delhi. They said chinese police certificate is incorrect but they are not telling what is the exact reason. Is there anyone from India who submitted China Police Certificate to US Embassy/Consulate/NVC? I just want to see how the certificate looks like so I can find the mistake in my certificate.

Vinay

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What your receipt says? I got 221g too from delhi.. what did they say at the end?


Marriage: July 15, 2015

File I-130: August 06,

NOA 1: August 20, 2015 (Nebraska)

NOA 2- May 20, 2016

NOA 2 received: May 25, 2016

Case Sent to NVC:May 20, 2016

...................................................................

NVC:

Case received: 06/06/2016

Case and IIN#: 06/22/2016

Choice of Agent -DS-261:06/22/2016

AOS Fee Invoiced:06/22/2016

AOS Fee Paid: 06/22/2016

IV Fee Invoiced: 06/22/2016

IV Fee Paid:06/22/2016

DS-260 Completed:07/08/2016

Sent AOS & IV Packets:07/14/2016

Scan Date: 07/18/2016

Checklist: 08/19/2016 ( i received checklist for missing passport copy)

Second Scan Date: 08/29/2016

Supervisor's review: 10/12/2016

Case Complete: 10/17/2016

Interview Date: 11/23/2016

Result: Approved

 

Removal of Condition

File ROC : 12/07/2018

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Hi,

Just for your information, please have a look at my china police certificate. It was accepted by NVC but not accepted by Indian consulate. Please let me know if there is anything wrong with it. I have only 5 page white notebook. Do I need something else as well?

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This IS the correct certificate. It was issued more than six months ago, but should be fine as long as stopped living in China more than six months prior to your interview. You can get a police certificate too early, but once you don't live in the country anymore, it isn't too early to obtain it.


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Dear Pushbrk,

Thanks for your reply. My PPC was issued on 15 March 2016. I went to China on 20 May 2016 and returned back to India on 07 June 2016. Till now, I have been living only in India and never went to China. So I guess my PCC should be still valid. Please let me know your thoughts. Below is info from department of state website:

"Important: Police certificates expire after one year, unless the certificate was issued from your country of previous residence and you have not returned there since the police certificate was issued. If at the time of your interview the following three items are all true, you must bring a new police certificate to your visa interview:

  • You are more than 16 years old;
  • The police certificate submitted to NVC was obtained more than one year ago; and
  • You still live in the country that issued the certificate"

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You lived in China prior to obtaining the certificate, then visited for a short time after??? If that is correct, then you should not need a new one. This is exactly the certificate you should have. What you are showing as the last page is actually the cover sheet.


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Hi Pushbrk,

Yes, I lived in China from January 2011 to January 2016. I can not understand why they gave me 221g. They just said to continue my case I need to submit China Police Certificate. I was wondering whether there is any report to be submitted to US Consulate from Local Police Station of China along with PCC or not?

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No, there is not, but it's likely you'll need to submit a new on to satisfy them, even if they are, in my opinion, wrong.


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Hi,

I gave my CR1 visa interview at US consulate in Delhi on 02 Dec. After interview they gave me confirmation letter that my visa has been approved and i can collect passport after 3-4 working days. I went to collect passport on 07 Dec and I received 221g letter and passport from them mentioning that I need to submit PCC of China and passport again. I already submitted PCC during my interview- both original and copy.

Anyway, I did not submit PCC again because I do not know what is wrong with the PCC I submitted during interview. I sent them email on 07 Dec to know the reason but till now they have not replied.

Now, today, on ceav.gov, its says our case is in administrative processing and below text:

Your case is ready for your interview when scheduled at the U.S. Consular section. If you have already scheduled an appointment for an interview, please prepare your documents as directed in your appointment letter and appear at the consulate on the appointed date and time. Otherwise, please wait until you have been notified of your interview appointment.

Anyone faced similar situation? I haven't received any email regarding interview. I don't understand if I need to do something to schedule the interview or they will give me appointment letter.

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