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Hi All,

So Ira and I are at the police station this morning. We're waiting around in an amoeba-like line for 2 hours (the officer was 45 minutes late to work). So we ask for a Свидетельство Милиции. The guy blinks twice and stares at us in silence. We try to explain what the thing is supposed to say (to the best of our knowledge) - that Ira's lived here for X years, has never had problems, etc... The officer, who was clearly sick or hung over, hadn't the foggiest clue what we were talking about.

So now I'm wondering if we needed to know some magic phrase. "Open Sesame" comes to mind, or perhaps a abrasive yet simple "Давай!"

Anyway, does anybody know what the Police Certificate is called in Russian? Is it some equivalent of Form 1087-C, or a weird acronym, or what?

Thanks in advance for your replies.

Z

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Hi,

it is called "Справка о несудимости (отсутствии судимости)".

As far as I know it's not just a usual police station that you need to contact. There are Information Centers that can issue such certificates. Usually it takes about a month to get it in Russia.

If you fiancee makes a quick search on the net, I'm sure she'll find the exact name and the address of the center in her region.

Good luck!

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Hi,

it is called "Справка о несудимости (отсутствии судимости)".

As far as I know it's not just a usual police station that you need to contact. There are Information Centers that can issue such certificates. Usually it takes about a month to get it in Russia.

If you fiancee makes a quick search on the net, I'm sure she'll find the exact name and the address of the center in her region.

Good luck!

Thanks for the reply! Ira's only response when I read to her what it was called was "Yasno..."

Z

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Ah, the old Form 1087-C.

Are you refering to the prisoner forms, the tax forms, the Australian "application for operators license of unmanned aerial vehicle" or the ever-interesting read of the White Paper dealing with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)?

So much info.... so little time. Whenever I Google something, I end up reading more ####### that I don't need than what I'm actually looking for. So much useless knowledge out there. I swear, in 20 or 30 more years, that trivia game at the bar is going to be like preschool. "Yeah, the timing connection of the programmable switch for the third circuit is just right of center plus two seconds. I thought everyone knew that."


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Ensure your beneficiary makes and brings with them to the States a copy of the DS-3025 (vaccination form)

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