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Hello,

I'm needing some advise on my wife's Police certificate. She went down to DAS today in Colombia. She has this petty theft fgrom 6 years ago with a friend. She was not taken to jail but written some citation. The police came and questioned her and the friend. This was six years ago. Now it's on the Police certificate. What is the next step here when presenting this Police certificate. The man at the DAS said if she paid something they could take it off and then present the certificate. ADVISE would be greatly helpful.

shane

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Submt the police certificate the way it is, and if necessary explain the citation at the interview.

Good luck.


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Look I'm not asking about5 a bribe. I'm asking what do I need to do next for my wife. The man at DAS said if she paid some fine it would be removed according to this man.

#######?????????? then word your posts properly --- you made no mention of a fine in your original post. sheesh.

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Relax guys! Len is right, you did not mention fine on the original post that is why he/she assumed bribery. Anyway, I would suggest to present the original certificate then just explain further during the interview. Though we have to accept that this might be a risk in your application.

In my case, someone used my name for some debts and I have to pay for all of that cause it is under my name. I know this might be a risk but hopefully not.


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It was some theft at a store. My wife and her cousin. this was about 6 years ago. She had a outstanding fine to pay. Now the case will be closed. the DAS told her to go do this before issuing her a police clearance. Now if this is on the Police certificate what do we need to do? Is this something they address in the interview? She paid the fine today. She is waiting on some letter saying it's paid to turn into DAS to get the certificate for police clearance.

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