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Or does it have to remain sealed in its envelope when submitted at the Embassy?

The reason I ask is that I work in the event industry and when we have volunteers they must submit their police reports unopened. It does not specify here, but I don't want to do anything I shouldn't.

Thanks!

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Or does it have to remain sealed in its envelope when submitted at the Embassy?

The reason I ask is that I work in the event industry and when we have volunteers they must submit their police reports unopened. It does not specify here, but I don't want to do anything I shouldn't.

Thanks!

Sealed! I believed I saw some where that it should be sealed. And if not, don't take an chances, they gave it to you sealed, keep it sealed.

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It does not have to be sealed. I worked at a bank in Sweden and had to submit a police report as well and was then told I could not open the envelope. I therefore asked the police when I applied for the certificate for the K-1 visa and they told me I can open the envelope. What you will receive from them is different than the type of police report you are thinking of so it is not a problem to open the envelope once you receive it.

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My Irish police cert didn't even come in an envelope, they just handed it to me :)

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My Aussie one was sent directly to them so I don't know if it was sealed or not but my Japanese one was sealed and had clear instructions that was to only be opened by the intended recipient

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