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I'm having a problem with Singapore in getting a police certificate for why wife whom is a philippine citizen and currently living there. Her k3 visa interview is on 22 June and just found out in packet 4 she needs a police certificate from Singapore because she stayed there for 7 months. When i received optional form 169, 3 months ago it stated that if a applicant resided for at least one year they would need a police certificate from that country. Packet 4 states 6 months if applying for K visa. The problem is that I'm running out of time and I found a web site that does International criminal records search, and give you a certificate from there company of no criminal conviction. The web site is infocubic.com. Would this certificate from them work at my wifes interview or does it have to come from the CNCC in Singapore. Hope some one out there can help me. We have already spent so much time apart now and its got the wife and I worried.

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Hi VJ,

I'm having a problem with Singapore in getting a police certificate for why wife whom is a philippine citizen and currently living there. Her k3 visa interview is on 22 June and just found out in packet 4 she needs a police certificate from Singapore because she stayed there for 7 months. When i received optional form 169, 3 months ago it stated that if a applicant resided for at least one year they would need a police certificate from that country. Packet 4 states 6 months if applying for K visa. The problem is that I'm running out of time and I found a web site that does International criminal records search, and give you a certificate from there company of no criminal conviction. The web site is infocubic.com. Would this certificate from them work at my wifes interview or does it have to come from the CNCC in Singapore. Hope some one out there can help me. We have already spent so much time apart now and its got the wife and I worried.

Thanks

Available. The police records for Singapore may be considered complete from their origins to the present, except for the "occupation" period during World War II.

Applicants residing in Singapore should apply in person for a "Certificate of No Criminal Conviction" (CNCC) at Criminal Record Office (CID), Block D #02-01A, 391 New Bridge Road, Police Cantonment Complex, Singapore 088762, phone number 65-6435-8277, between 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon, Monday through Friday only. Applicants who are overseas may apply by correspondence to the above address. Alternatively, application can also be made online at http://www.spinet.gov.sg

The following documents should accompany the applications:

1. For Singaporeans: NRIC/current international passport;

For non-Singaporeans: Documentary proof of residence in Singapore must be shown - i.e. old/current passports or any relevant documents;

2. Exit permit, if applicable;

3. Two recent passport size photographs (3.5cm x 3 cm.); and

4. Application fee. Please check the website for current fee.

Processing time for the certificate is two to three weeks.

Former residents should write directly to the address given above for the necessary forms and instructions. Alternatively, they could have a set of rolled fingerprints taken by their local police authorities and submit this with photocopies of the documents listed above together with photographs, fee and postage charge. Singapore authorities also require that all immigrant applicants show proof of their intentions. The packet 3 cover letter bearing their name will suffice.


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