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I'm trying to get forms together that I know are going to be needed down the road. My fiancee is a Filipina but she's living in Korea. She'll get her interview at the Seoul consulate. Does anyone know if a police record from the Philippines would be needed, in addition to a South Korea record? By the time of the interview, she'll have been in Korea for over a year.

If so, would this be something she could obtain from the Philippine embassy in Korea? She has no plans to go back to the Philippines soon, so this would be something that would be difficult to obtain if she can't get it and needs to do so.

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Greetings!

YES, She will need an NBI clearance during her interview but she dont need to go back home to get it. Here are the steps:

I am presently working abroad. How can I get NBI Clearance without going home to the Philippines?

You can visit the nearest Philippine Consulate Office and ask for a Fingerprint Card Form.

Fingerprint Card Form - fill up the personal data called for on both sides of this card truthfully and legibly.

Request the assistance/endorsement of the nearest Philippines Consulate Office for the police agency in your locality to have your fingerprints impressed (ROLLED IMPRESSION) on the appropriate spaces. The officer/person who fingerprinted you should sign his name state his official designation on the space provided for the purpose in the card.

In case you are a married woman, the order of writing your name is as follows:

Your maiden surname (father's surname).

Your husband's surname.

Your first name or given name.

Your maternal surname (family name of your mother)

Attach a latest copy of your 2"x2" photograph (white background), taken within three (3) months before this application at the appropriate box in the fingerprint card form.

Upon completion of this requirements, please send back the form to us and enclose Money Order in the sum of Php 200.00 or any currency/bankdraft of its equivalent which is negotiable in the Philippines payable to the Director, National Bureau of Investigation, Taft Avenue, Ermita 1000 Manila, Philippines.

We will mail back to you the corresponding clearance certificate after we have processed your application papers.

Upon receipt of your clearance certificate, please examine it for the presence of the embossed NBI DRY SEAL at its lower left portion, the clearance is invalid without it. Also, you must affix your clear and properly taken THUMBPRINT on the space provided for it in the clearance certificate before submitting it to your end-user, otherwise, your clearance will be subjected for further verification/authentication and will cause the delay of your immigration requirements.

I have been living in abroad since 1998 and would like to renew my NBI Clearance. How would I go about that without leaving abroad?

Just send your previously issued clearance, attach a latest copy of your 2”x 2” photograph (white background), taken within three (3) months and enclose Money Order in the sum of Php 200.00 or any currency/bankdraft of its equivalent which is negotiable in the Philippines payable to the Director, National Bureau of Investigation, Taft Avenue, Ermita 1000 Manila, Philippines.

You may also send your authorized representative in any of the following Offices

NBI Clearance Center in Carriedo

NBI Satellite Offices

NBI Regional / District Offices

to process your NBI Clearance, together with your previously issued clearance, attach a latest copy of your 2”x 2” photograph (white background), taken within three (3) months. Update the information that needs to be updated. We accept changes in address and purpose, else write Same Data if there are no changes. If there would changes in your NAME, DATE OF BIRTH and PLACE OF BIRTH, we will require you to fill-up a new application form and attached a photocopy of your birth certificate. You can visit the nearest Philippines Consulate Office and asked for a fingerprint card form or we will send you Fingerprint Card Form to write all personal data. Request the assistance/endorsement of the nearest Philippines Consulate Office for the police agency in your locality to have your fingerprints impressed (ROLLED IMPRESSION) on the appropriate spaces. The officer/person who fingerprinted you should sign his name, state his official designation on the space provided for the purpose in the card. Then send it back to us.

NBI Kiosks – does not accept renewal of clearance handed by your representative, even without corrections, they will take your picture personally. It does not accept any correction in NAME, DATE OF BIRTH and PLACE OF BIRTH.

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