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Hello everyone. Im from the Philippines. Im on the process of securing civil documents to be sent to NVC. MOst of the documents are complete already {NBI clearance,birt cert, passport,cenomar,etc) except that Im confused if I still need to secure a Police Clearance from a country(Taiwan) I worked with for exactly a year.

Any advise will be deeply appreciated. Thanks.

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Taiwan Reciprocity Schedule can be found here:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_4881.html?cid=3684#docs

It contains the information that you will need for your police cert.

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If it says that you need the pcc if u have lived in country over year, then I would say get it.

It does not harm, but make your case more stronger.

Thanks for the reply. There's where my confusion come in, I stayed there not over a year but "exactly" one year. Do I still need to get PCC?

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Taiwan Reciprocity Schedule can be found here:

http://travel.state.gov/visa/fees/fees_4881.html?cid=3684#docs

It contains the information that you will need for your police cert.

Yah, I already looked into this link. It's not really easy securing one since Im here in Cebu and I believe their office here in the Philippines is in Manila.

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The best I can do is give you this information.

Go to this link:

http://tinyurl.com/2chamrx

D/L the following two documents:

Police criminal record certificate Application & Police criminal record certificate. The are both in MS Word and PDF format. You get the instructions in the first form and the actual application in the second form.

Hope this helps.

John

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The best I can do is give you this information.

Go to this link:

http://tinyurl.com/2chamrx

D/L the following two documents:

Police criminal record certificate Application & Police criminal record certificate. The are both in MS Word and PDF format. You get the instructions in the first form and the actual application in the second form.

Hope this helps.

John

Thanks a lot John:)

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hi girl...hope my reply isn't too late yet...

this is how i requested for a police clearance as per advise of one of vj members when i posted the same concern.

-downloaded an application form from this site: www.meco.ph

-made a letter of request stating the reason for the need of PCC

-enclosed the following documents (only photocopies):

>biographic page (valid passport)

>biographic page (passport used in entering taiwan w/ visa & immigration stamps)

>US$20 processing fee for 2 copies & postage fee

>employment certificate (if available and if you worked during ur stay)

and i FedExed it to:

Foreign Affairs Division

Taipei Municipal Police Headquarters

No.96 Yen Ping South Road

Taipei, Taiwan ROC

i did not tell FedEx that i enclosed money in the envelope, since they will not allow money enclosed.

hope this helps...:)

goodluck to ur journey...godbless!!!

-jean

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hi girl...hope my reply isn't too late yet...

this is how i requested for a police clearance as per advise of one of vj members when i posted the same concern.

-downloaded an application form from this site: www.meco.ph

-made a letter of request stating the reason for the need of PCC

-enclosed the following documents (only photocopies):

>biographic page (valid passport)

>biographic page (passport used in entering taiwan w/ visa & immigration stamps)

>US$20 processing fee for 2 copies & postage fee

>employment certificate (if available and if you worked during ur stay)

and i FedExed it to:

Foreign Affairs Division

Taipei Municipal Police Headquarters

No.96 Yen Ping South Road

Taipei, Taiwan ROC

i did not tell FedEx that i enclosed money in the envelope, since they will not allow money enclosed.

hope this helps...:)

goodluck to ur journey...godbless!!!

-jean

hi jean,

this would really be a great help..thanks much..

by the way, do you think the $20 is still applicable now? did you enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope?

sincerely,

Mayette

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hi there...

yes...$20 is still the applicable amount.

that covers pretty much everything.:)

i requested mine back in june 2010.

i received 3copies of the police certificate after 1 week.:)

and also, i did not enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

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hi there...

yes...$20 is still the applicable amount.

that covers pretty much everything.:)

i requested mine back in june 2010.

i received 3copies of the police certificate after 1 week.:)

and also, i did not enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

wow!!!so great to hear this...thanks so much jean..this will help me a lot..God Bless!! In what stage of your application are you now, if you dont mind me asking?:)

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just got approved back in the 27th of july...:)

right now,i'm in the waiting stage for my fiance to get here,do some pre-wedding escapades and fly back to US together...:)

yay...bear with me,i'm just so excited.:D

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just got approved back in the 27th of july...:)

right now,i'm in the waiting stage for my fiance to get here,do some pre-wedding escapades and fly back to US together...:)

yay...bear with me,i'm just so excited.:D

congratulations!!!God is so good...Goodluck to your new journey..:)

congratulations!!!God is so good...Goodluck to your new journey..:)

by the way, did you work in taiwan too? for how long? :)

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thanks much...

yep...indeed...

God is good...all the time!!!♥

yes, i worked there for 2years and 10 months..:)

how about you?

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