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Perhaps calling it "fake" was a poor choice of words. It's no more fake than printing out your own forms off the internet rather than waiting for the NVC or whomever to send them to you (who often send out expired forms even!). If you'd just rather wait for everything to be mailed to you and fill it out when it comes, I'll have a drink for you as you're a much more patient person than I!

In that case don´t call it faking :P It´s very different if you fake an NVC letter or if you print out forms from the web :P You don´t need to have a drink for me :) There are people who filed before we did and are still waiting for their visas and aren´t faking anything :)

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If all they need is a document to prove that the US Embassy require this police certificate from you, then would you be bale to just print out the instructions fromt he website? That way, they will see that you do need it fo ra reason, and you won;t have to fake a letter fromt he NVC...alhtough it doesn;t sound like it could do much harm, you are effectively trying to fake a letter on behalf of the US Government...so I dont know if it is worth the risk...i totally understand your dilemma, the process is frustrating enough without the extra unnecessary bueaucracy.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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I certainly agree with your opinion bbpatel but as badspellor has already explained my idea so well, I think there is very little left to explain. All the ideas I have received through this thread have helped me compile the documents for the Police certificate, mind you Scott and Marta...I am not faking anything. Going to go ahead with what I have.

Thanks a lot everyone for putting in effort and time to help me out with this problem. I am sure this thread will be useful to others too.

Best regards to everyone,

Sara.

My Timeline

I-130:

Sent: May 19th 2008

NOA2: July 21st 2008

NVC

Received: July 24th 2008

Case completed: August 13th 2008

Interview: October 7th 2008

Green card received: January 20th 2009

I-751

Sent: October 6th 2010

Approval: January 28th 2011

Green Card received: February 3rd 2011

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NEVER submit anything fake when applying for a visa. You could end up with a permanent ban

I agree 100% :yes:

  • 07/17/07 Returned from two months in China. All K1 documents 'in hand'.
  • 07/19/07 Completed preparation of I-129F & associated documentation. Mailed it.
  • 08/03/07 Received NOA1 from the CSC.
  • 12/13/07 Received NOA2 from the CSC.
  • 01/23/08 NVC sent our case to U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou China.
  • 03/31/08 U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou China received, issued case number.
  • 04/05/08 P3 received.
  • 04/06/08 P3 sent.
  • 05/01/08 P4 received.
  • 05/12/08 Flight to China.
  • 06/23/08 Interview at U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou China- PINK.
  • 06/25/08 K1 & K2 visas received.
  • 07/09/08 We all arrive in America, Chicago POE
  • 08/06/08 Fiancee receives SSN (req. for marriage in our state)
  • 08/08/08 Married
  • 09/01/08 Moved into new house. AR-11's filed for wife & son.
  • 09/19/08 AOS / EAD package mailed.
  • 09/25/08 AOS / EAD NOAs.
  • 10/02/08 Biometrics letters.
  • 10/16/08 Biometrics taken.
  • 10/17/08 Case transferred to CSC.
  • 12/08/08 EADs approved / EAD cards issued.
  • 03/05/09 AOS approved.
  • 03/12/09 Green Cards received.
  • 09/17/10 Application for Lifting Conditions Mailed.
  • 10/04/10 NOA1
  • 10/19/10 Biometrics Taken.
  • 01/07/11 Removal of Conditions Approved
  • 02/26/12 Still Happily Married & Doing Well

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hi Everyone!

Wanted to inform you all that I was able to get my police certificate in Karachi, Pakistan after waiting for 10 days + Rs. 2500 (around $37) for the D.I.G. as a present for making the process swift [whatever!]. The documents I had included along with my form was a letter addressed to the local police station stating the need of this certificate for Immigrant Visa...it also stated that I have chosen my husband as my agent, copy of my passport, copy of my ID card, copy of a utility bill, copy of my marriage certificate, copy of an educational certificate, copy of the ID card of my father and two neighbours, copy of NOA1 and NOA2 and a print out from NVC's website stating the required documents. I had given my documents to a sub-inspector of the local police station who was an acquantance...and it costed me several phone calls too.

The police certificate is valid for 6 months from the date of issue.

Hope this helps.

I did not need to fake any documents for this police certificate.

My Timeline

I-130:

Sent: May 19th 2008

NOA2: July 21st 2008

NVC

Received: July 24th 2008

Case completed: August 13th 2008

Interview: October 7th 2008

Green card received: January 20th 2009

I-751

Sent: October 6th 2010

Approval: January 28th 2011

Green Card received: February 3rd 2011

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