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Hello guys, my fiancee went to get her police record last week and apparently there were two lines. One for foreign traveling and one for national. National was packed and the foreign was empty so my wife went to the foreign since they put her passport number and everything. All they handed her was a document that said that she has no antecedents and had her passport number. NOthing like addresses or age information since she was 16. Is anyone familiar with the type of police record she is suppose to get? She paid 5 dollars THank you,


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I hope someone who knows responds because my fiance needs to get his police certificate too!


I-129F package sent: Jul 7th 2010

Package received at CSC: Jul 9th 2010

NOA1: Jul 16th 2010

NOA2: Nov 30th 2010

Packet 4 letter received: Dec 27th 2010

Medical done: Jan 3rd 2011

Interview: Jan 24th 2011 - APPROVED!!

Passport with K-1 visa received: Jan 29th 2011

POE: Feb 2nd 2011 in Houston, TX - cleared without problems :-)

Married!: May 2nd 2011

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From the Department of State's Reciprocity page for Equador at the following link:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_4881.html?cid=3553

Police Records

The Certificade de Antecedentes Personales is available to Ecuadorians who are over the age of 18, who are physically present in Ecuador, who possess a Cedula de Identidad or passport and who apply in person at the Jefaturas y Subjefaturas Provinciales de la Policia Judicial.

The applicant’s passport size photo is glued to the certificate and is covered with a seal. Those who are said to have no record will have a stamp ‘Negativo’ with the date on the form and will have a validity of three months from the issuance date. A negative certificate does not necessarily mean the subject has no police record, since police records can be purged upon the subject’s request without judicial permission.


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From the Department of State's Reciprocity page for Equador at the following link:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_4881.html?cid=3553

Police Records

The Certificade de Antecedentes Personales is available to Ecuadorians who are over the age of 18, who are physically present in Ecuador, who possess a Cedula de Identidad or passport and who apply in person at the Jefaturas y Subjefaturas Provinciales de la Policia Judicial.

The applicant’s passport size photo is glued to the certificate and is covered with a seal. Those who are said to have no record will have a stamp ‘Negativo’ with the date on the form and will have a validity of three months from the issuance date. A negative certificate does not necessarily mean the subject has no police record, since police records can be purged upon the subject’s request without judicial permission.

Thank you that was helpful! :-)


I-129F package sent: Jul 7th 2010

Package received at CSC: Jul 9th 2010

NOA1: Jul 16th 2010

NOA2: Nov 30th 2010

Packet 4 letter received: Dec 27th 2010

Medical done: Jan 3rd 2011

Interview: Jan 24th 2011 - APPROVED!!

Passport with K-1 visa received: Jan 29th 2011

POE: Feb 2nd 2011 in Houston, TX - cleared without problems :-)

Married!: May 2nd 2011

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She did the correct thing to do; now she has to legalize the record at the Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, where they put an "apostille" (fancy word for a piece of paper which is going to cost you 10 bucks! Lol!!!) then you are good to go... Only, just to be on the safe side, translate it too....!!! ;o) good luck and let us know how everything is going....


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