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Police Certificate Question

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I have a question I hope our Ukraine members can help with. While documents no longer need to be translated for Kiev, if they are in Ukrainian or Russian, Alla did many police certificates in the past few years. We noticed that some list all Oblasti that a person lived in, some did not. Some listed all names used by a woman (maiden name and previous married names) and some listed only their current name. Alla never really knows since she simply translates what the document says and does not ask the person about names or where they lived.

A woman who is due to have her interview soon asked Alla if her police certificate HAD to include both her maiden and married name (she is now divorced but kept her ex-husbands name after the divorce) or just her current name. As far as I know the police certificate is generated by the national ID number and covers that person for all their life, regardless of whether it lists all her places of residence or names.

What is anyone's experience? Did anyone need to get a new police certificate listing all names? Did anyone get approved using a police certificate with only one name when the person has used more than one name?


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Doesn't it say right on the form that "every name used" must be covered? I haven't reviewed the form for quite a while but I seem to remember that being part of it. Every place and every name since 16.

However, like you've pointed out, if it's generated by national ID number, that covers every name.

I don't have an "official answer" and I'm curious what it is.


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We made sure it had all names as that was what they were asking for at the time, at least in Russia.


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After some deliberation the conclusion is that fiance needs to go to Ukraine to make the 2 papers needed, Police Certificate and another about no military service. At Ukrainian embassy in Lyon he was told, that he need to go to Paris or Marseille and that each paper cost 35 euros with no guarantees. It can take from one month to 3 months, they have no idea :) So better to be safe. :thumbs:


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Bad of me I replay in the wrong forum entry! :bonk:


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10-04-17 Interview

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