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Has anybody gotten their PCC done from Mumbai.

I am in the belief there are two processes

1. Passport Office:

a. apply at passport office (diffnt form then 1 from CID office)

b. it goes to CID (SB-II) office

c. from CID, it gets forwarded to local police station

d. local police station does background check

e. local police station forwards to Passport office or CID office again?

f. passport office couriers you passport + pcc back.

They took her original passport.

2. CID office

same process except passport office involvement

I'm still trying to get 1st PCC and its been stuck since 20 days now...

Has anybody applied using passport office in Mumbai and if yes, what is the process after step d.... I'm really worried as they're saying its wrong form as I tihnk they're confused thinking we did not use the form that CID office provides... but I want from the passport office so why should I apply at CID office.

Please any Mumbaites who got their PCC done recently HELP!!


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  • 2008-08-01: Case received at NVC
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  • 2008-08-13: IV Fee Bill generated / IV Fee Bill paid online
  • 2008-08-14: IV Fee Bill Shows Paid
  • 2008-09-03: DS-230 (w/o PCC) package mailed usps express
  • 2008-09-05: DS-230 package entered into system and under review
  • 2008-09-15: DS230 RFE generated for PCC
  • 2008-09-18: NVC Received missing PCC.
  • 2008-09-24: CASE COMPLETE
  • 2008-10-03: Interview Date Assigned for Nov 19th
  • 2008-10-07: NVC Left - Welcome to Mumbai.

Mumbai Consulate Track

  • 2008-10-10: Embassy Received
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Has anybody gotten their PCC done from Mumbai.

I am in the belief there are two processes

1. Passport Office:

a. apply at passport office (diffnt form then 1 from CID office)

b. it goes to CID (SB-II) office

c. from CID, it gets forwarded to local police station

d. local police station does background check

e. local police station forwards to Passport office or CID office again?

f. passport office couriers you passport + pcc back.

They took her original passport.

2. CID office

same process except passport office involvement

I'm still trying to get 1st PCC and its been stuck since 20 days now...

Has anybody applied using passport office in Mumbai and if yes, what is the process after step d.... I'm really worried as they're saying its wrong form as I tihnk they're confused thinking we did not use the form that CID office provides... but I want from the passport office so why should I apply at CID office.

Please any Mumbaites who got their PCC done recently HELP!!

Anybody has a reply to this?


Vermont Service Center I-130 Track: 101 Days

  • I-130 Sent : 2008-04-19
  • I-130 NOA1: 2008-04-29
  • I-130 Approved: 2008-07-29 :)

NVC CR-1 Visa Track: 54 days

  • 2008-08-01: Case received at NVC
  • 2008-08-02: DS3032 Emailed
  • 2008-08-05: Obtained IIN (after 2 tries)
  • 2008-08-07: AOS Fee Bill Paid Online
  • 2008-08-08: I-864 package mailed usps express
  • 2008-08-12: DS-3032 (Choice of Agent) received and entered into system
  • 2008-08-13: IV Fee Bill generated / IV Fee Bill paid online
  • 2008-08-14: IV Fee Bill Shows Paid
  • 2008-09-03: DS-230 (w/o PCC) package mailed usps express
  • 2008-09-05: DS-230 package entered into system and under review
  • 2008-09-15: DS230 RFE generated for PCC
  • 2008-09-18: NVC Received missing PCC.
  • 2008-09-24: CASE COMPLETE
  • 2008-10-03: Interview Date Assigned for Nov 19th
  • 2008-10-07: NVC Left - Welcome to Mumbai.

Mumbai Consulate Track

  • 2008-10-10: Embassy Received
  • 2008-11-05: Medical Appt.
  • 2008-11-19: Interview

  • 2008-11-27: A very Happy Thanksgiving.. POE Washington DC :)

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http://www.mumbaipolice.org/downloads/PCC.pdf

fill out this form and take it to the main police station near (VT station). i'm in process to get my spouse's PCC done. I'll let u know if i get it.


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I'm still trying to figure out why do you need 2 PCC?


CR-1 Visa filed @ Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Mumbai, India

Marriage : 2007-12-05

USCIS

01-11-2008 I-130 Mailed

09-11-2008 I-130 Approved

NVC:

9-16-08: NVC Received case from USCIS

02-19-09 Left NVC to BOM Consulate

BOM Consulate:

03-05-09 Interview Date

03-05-09 Visa Received (Yes Finally!!!!)

POE

03-09-2009: POE- New York

03-11-2009: Applied for SSN

03-17-2009: Received SSN

03-25-2009: Applied for Driver Licence

03-30-2009: Received Driver Licence

03-23-2009: Received "Welcome Letter"

03-30-2009: Green Card Received

USCIS I-751 Process

12-24-2010 Applied for Condition Removal

xx-xx-2011 NOA receipt date

xx-xx-2011 Biometrics appointment (Fingerprints)

xx-xx-2011 Interview

xx-xx-2011 Approval Notice

xx-xx-2011 Green Card Mailed (Approved for 10 years)

USCIS N-400 Process

12-22-2011 Applied for Citizenship

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I'm still trying to figure out why do you need 2 PCC?

Its absolutely retarded, cause the whole process of 2 PCC stinks big time, its a major waste of time and effort, very frustrating.

However, having said that, for anyone who migrating to the US permanently has to have the 2 PCCs done. Its stated clearly on the Mumbai consulate website.

Allocate atleast 2 months for the whole process.

For the PCC from the passport office, its best handled by your local passport agent, they do all the filing. Than the case gets transferred to your local police station, after that a pandu comes to your house and verifies everything. Its the same process as getting a new passport.

For the PCC from the Commisioner's office, this is a ###### to get. First you have to go and acquire the form from the Comms office near VT behind Xavier's college. After that you have to fill it and get a society letter from your building, copies of your passport, copies of your ration card, driver's licence, electricity bill, photo, a demand draft of rupees 100.

All of these documents have to be attested by your bank manager or someone who is authorized to attest. Submit these with the application form to the Comms office, than your file gets transferred back to your local police station.

You have to personally go and check with your local police station, perhaps a week after submission as they do not care.

Again at the police station you have to submit copies of everything along with your photograph.

Than after they approve, they send your file back to the Comms office, after which you will get your police certificate.

I filed for my PCC from the Comm's office in the first week of August, currently its stuck at the local police station. Hopefully, it will get nudged again this week.

Total cost of the 2 PCC = rupees 300 + rupees 100 + agent fees.

Cost of frustration handling this = $1,000,000.

Best of luck, you will need it.

Kurt.

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