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Hi guys,

still the criminal record check issue.

My fiancee has lived in 2 cities in Canada more than 1 year, so should she obtain 2 criminal record check from those 2 cities or obtain 1 criminal record check from RCMP?

Since my fiancee only have paper-based fingerprint submission, it will take 150 days for RCMP to process, this is ridiculous. Never heart it takes that long. is like there is only 1 person work at RCMP. We could wait that long, OMG. this driving us crazy now.

however, if she obtain the criminal record check from those 2 cities where she's lived, it takes 10 business days.

is that good enough to obtain criminal record check from the 2 cities she's lived??

How long does the process really take at RCMP? Should we submit the check like to the consulate now while we're waiting? How long it will take to schedule an interview at Guangzhou consulate?

Anyone who has this kind of experience, please help us.

Thank you, really appreciate.

Chris

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I went to my local police station and told them I needed a police check for immigration. Took about 10 minutes, and covered all of Canada. Wasn't asked for anything else.


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You don't fingerprint clearance from the RCMP, you just need a name lookup.

Also the cert my financee got from her local police station indicated her name was searched in the national database, so it would have covered all of Canada. She did not explicitly ask for that. It took a few days for them to process.

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Hi guys,

still the criminal record check issue.

My fiancee has lived in 2 cities in Canada more than 1 year, so should she obtain 2 criminal record check from those 2 cities or obtain 1 criminal record check from RCMP?

When you go to the RCMP, they will issue a criminal check that says, quote: " This certifies that a search, based on the above name and date of birth, failed to disclose any such person with a record of criminal convictions in the national repository for criminal records in Canada.


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If there is no criminal record a fingerprint check is not required. Your local RCMP or police station can do the check as long as it notes that Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) or the national criminal records repository was searched using the applicant’s name and date of birth. Applicants should ensure that the search includes all names that they have previously used, including maiden names, prior married names, or names used before Canadian naturalization."

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