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Hey,

I received my police check (CPIC) and I was wondering if that one is sufficient, or do I need to get the Results with fingerprints.

Thank-You :)


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Moving to Canada forum...

Note this is not needed at time of Petition filing, it is needed at time of interview.

Yes, but due to the fact that it can take some time to get (or so my Lawyer claimed...), I went and got it now. No problem :)

And thank you for such a prompt response! >.<


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I got both police checks done. I don't have a criminal record so it took only a week to get it back after I got my fingerprints taken. I did both just for my own peace of mind and I gave them both when I went for my interview.


K1 Journey AOS Timeline
2010-01-05: Got engaged 2011-05-14: AOS, EAD, AP Package Sent
2010-03-09: Sent I-129F package 2011-05-16: AOS, EAD, AP Package Received
2010-03-15: NOA 1 2011-05-20: NOA 1 for AOS, EAD, AP
2010-06-08: RFE issued 2011-06-13: Transferred to CSC
2010-06-18: Returned info for RFE 2011-06-17: Biometrics Appointment
2010-07-25: Denied I-129F 2011-07-22: EAD/AP Approved
2010-08-13: Sent appeal 2011-07-27: AOS Approved
2010-08-24: NOA 2
2010-11-05: Packet 3 returned to Vancouver
2010-12-01: Medical
2010-12-01: Interview-APPROVED!!
2010-12-15: Visa received
2011-02-18: POE North Portal/Portal
2011-03-18: Got Married!

ROC Timeline
2013-06-20: ROC Package Sent

2013-06-24: ROC Package Received

2013-06-24: NOA 1

2013-07-25: Biometrics Appointment

2013-09-04: ROC Approved

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You are good to go. As noted - of you have a crimial history then yes, you need the fingerprint one.


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03/28/11 - FP

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06/20?/11 - received physical interview letter

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As far as I know, you only need the one with fingerprints if you actually have a criminal record.

Ohhh, that would make sense.

Thank-You!


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I got both police checks done. I don't have a criminal record so it took only a week to get it back after I got my fingerprints taken. I did both just for my own peace of mind and I gave them both when I went for my interview.

Do you know how long the results are valid for?


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Do you know how long the results are valid for?

I'm not positive but I would think 6 months or a year. Sorry, I don't know for sure, hopefully someone else might?


K1 Journey AOS Timeline
2010-01-05: Got engaged 2011-05-14: AOS, EAD, AP Package Sent
2010-03-09: Sent I-129F package 2011-05-16: AOS, EAD, AP Package Received
2010-03-15: NOA 1 2011-05-20: NOA 1 for AOS, EAD, AP
2010-06-08: RFE issued 2011-06-13: Transferred to CSC
2010-06-18: Returned info for RFE 2011-06-17: Biometrics Appointment
2010-07-25: Denied I-129F 2011-07-22: EAD/AP Approved
2010-08-13: Sent appeal 2011-07-27: AOS Approved
2010-08-24: NOA 2
2010-11-05: Packet 3 returned to Vancouver
2010-12-01: Medical
2010-12-01: Interview-APPROVED!!
2010-12-15: Visa received
2011-02-18: POE North Portal/Portal
2011-03-18: Got Married!

ROC Timeline
2013-06-20: ROC Package Sent

2013-06-24: ROC Package Received

2013-06-24: NOA 1

2013-07-25: Biometrics Appointment

2013-09-04: ROC Approved

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Do you know how long the results are valid for?

Most are good for 1 year, I think you should be ok. If it gets close to a year then just go get another one done.


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~~~ Medical : 2010-09-28~~~ ~~~ MTL Interview : 2010-10-20~~~ ~~~ APPROVED~~~

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When I was doing my K-1, I got my police report very early in the process. It said on it that it was valid for 6 months, and I was a little worried because it looked like my interview at Vancouver might occur after it had expired. I emailed Vancouver and they said that regardless of what it says on the police report itself, they accept it if it's less than a year old.


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I went in and it only took about 20-25 mins because the police station was quite busy that day, but the actual time at the window took me 5 mins to get the police certificate.

The one that did take me a long time was ordering my long form birth cert.. that took 3 months and almost didn't make it in time for my interview.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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I went in and it only took about 20-25 mins because the police station was quite busy that day, but the actual time at the window took me 5 mins to get the police certificate.

The one that did take me a long time was ordering my long form birth cert.. that took 3 months and almost didn't make it in time for my interview.

I had the opposite. I'm in Ontario. Took me 5 weeks to get my police check, but I ordered my long form birth certificate online and it was only a couple of days.


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Total time between mailing of I-29F and recieving visa: 249 days (8 months, 4 days)

2010-05-27: Mailed I-29F

2010-06-07: NOA1; I-29F Recieved

2010-09-21: NOA2; I-29F Approved

2010-10-02: Recieved Packet 3 in mail

(5 week wait for police background check)

2010-11-26: Mailed Packet 3 through DHL

2010-11-29: Packet 3 recieved by consulate

2010-12-11: Packet 4 sent from consulate

2010-12-26: Packet 4 recieved and interview booked!

2011-01-04: Medical exam in Toronto

2011-01-21: Interview in Montreal; APPROVED!

2011-01-31: Visa recieved

2011-02-04: Fiance coming to Canada for visit before we leave

2011-02-07: US entry date!

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I had the opposite. I'm in Ontario. Took me 5 weeks to get my police check, but I ordered my long form birth certificate online and it was only a couple of days.

Got my police check in Ottawa, Ontario, walked into the RCMP headquarters downtown.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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I ordered my long form birth certificate online and got it, I believe, within five business days. I got my police check done here in Ottawa at the local police station and it took about twenty minutes.

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