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I have a friend submitting a K-1 for the Philippines. The K1 instructions call for a police certificate. Does the NBI clearance/paperwork fulfill this requirement, or does he need to submit a police certificate AND NBI clearance for his fiance? Thanks for your help.

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I have a friend submitting a K-1 for the Philippines. The K1 instructions call for a police certificate. Does the NBI clearance/paperwork fulfill this requirement, or does he need to submit a police certificate AND NBI clearance for his fiance? Thanks for your help.

For K1 visa.. USEM required NBI clearance.. Police Certificate/clearance from the foreign country is required if you stay on another country for 6 months or so.


Adjustment of Status

May 4, 2010 - Date Filed I-485,I-765,I-131

May 11, 2010 - NOA for I-485,I-765,I-131 May 17, 2010 - Biometrics appointment received in the mail

May 24, 2010 - Walk-in Biometrics successful (ASC Michigan City, IN)

June 1, 2010 - Case transferred to CSC

July 14, 2010 - EAD approved, for card production

July 19, 2010 - Received AP in the mail

July 21, 2010 - I-485 GC approved, for card production

July 26, 2010 - Welcome letter received

July 28, 2010 - EAD card received

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Depends the stage..

If it's an initial filing at USCIS, no NBI/police clearance needed for the Filipino Fiance.

If at USEmba Manila Stage already, only NBI clearance is needed if you haven't been overseas for more than 6 mos.


Our K1 Journey:

Family friends for a long time

17 May 2009 - Started Chatting

08 Jul 2009 - Became an Official Couple

21 Jan 2010 - J's birthday/Day he proposed

28 May 2010 - I-129F packet sent to VSC

28 Jun 2010 - Notice date on NOA2/Approved in 21 days!

08 Sep 2010 - US Embassy Interview/Approved!

17 Jan 2011 - Point of entry: Detroit, Michigan

21 Feb 2011 - Day we got married

Adjustment of Status | Orlando, Florida:

15 Mar 2011 - AOS packet was mailed

18 Mar 2011 - Packet Delivered

23 Mar 2011 - Check cashed

28 Mar 2011 - Received NOA1 in the mail for I-485 & I-765

06 Apr 2011 - I-485 Case transferred to CSC

03 May 2011 - Biometrics for I-485 & I-765

11 May 2011 - Green Card & EAD in Production 44 days after NOA1 :)

16 May 2011 - GC & EAD at hand!

Lifting Conditions:

17 Jan 2013 - Receive reminder mail from USCIS to file I-751

09 Feb 2013 - Mailed complete I-751 packet

11 Feb 2013 - Packet Delivered to Vermont

14 Feb 2013 - Check Cashed

18 Feb 2013 - Receive NOA in the mail for I-751 (says conditional status extended for another year, yay!)

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