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US Police Certificate - shall I add it to the documents for the embassy?

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Dear all,

I spent more than 6 months in the US (foreign assignment) and I ordered a police certificate from the state I resided. Now I read somewhere that I should not send the US police certificate to the embassy. Does anyone know if I should or should not send it to the embassy?

Thank you,

Michigan

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Dear all,

I spent more than 6 months in the US (foreign assignment) and I ordered a police certificate from the state I resided. Now I read somewhere that I should not send the US police certificate to the embassy. Does anyone know if I should or should not send it to the embassy?

Thank you,

Michigan

Police certificates are part of your interview documents pack. Put it with your other documents and make 1 copy.


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Dear all,

I spent more than 6 months in the US (foreign assignment) and I ordered a police certificate from the state I resided. Now I read somewhere that I should not send the US police certificate to the embassy. Does anyone know if I should or should not send it to the embassy?

Thank you,

Michigan

I dont think a police certificate from the US will be required, i could be wrong though, BUT just take it to your interview with you, if its needed they will ask you for it!!


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Dear all,

I spent more than 6 months in the US (foreign assignment) and I ordered a police certificate from the state I resided. Now I read somewhere that I should not send the US police certificate to the embassy. Does anyone know if I should or should not send it to the embassy?

Thank you,

Michigan

I dont think a police certificate from the US will be required, i could be wrong though, BUT just take it to your interview with you, if its needed they will ask you for it!!

A police certioficate from the US is not required as their background checks includes a review of the FBI databases...


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There is no requirement for US police police certificates. The security checks you go through during this process already deals with that.


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I was in the US for over a year and today when i sent my prints to Ottawa for the Canadian check they gave me a seperate set for the US check- where do i send it to ? lived in LA Calf.

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as mentioned above, you Do Not need to get a police check for the US. It is already part of the process and not as a matter of course.

Fingerprints checks even in Canada are not required unless you have a criminal record. No criminal record, then just a simple name and birthdate check is needed.


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