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Hi everyone

My fiancée lived in Dubai and is having problems getting a police certificate form them does anyone know if we can substitute for this or way we can bypass this. The UAE is not easy to deal with or willing to help with out 100000 miles of red tape! so if anyone has any info on this we would appreciate it so much!

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Moving to consulate embassy forum...

You cant get them from there unless you are physically in the UAE, and the consulate is advised by DOS to waive requiring them.

Study the reciprocity tables:

Police Records

Available, only if applicant is physically present in the UAE.

Police certificates may be obtained by any person, regardless of nationality, by personally appearing at the Central Police Headquarters located in the emirate of residence or former residence. When appearing to request a police certificate, the applicant should provide recent photographs, a letter from the requesting authority, the date of residence in the emirate, and their passport.

Not available by mail. Post recommends that consular officers waive the general requirement to obtain police certificates unless the applicant lives in the UAE.

http://travel.state....1.html?cid=3698

Forget about them, NVC and consulate knows you cannot get them unless you are living in the UAE. Knowing this in advance before leaving the UAE some apply for the cert prior to leaving the UAE.

How do I obtain a police certificate?

  1. Determine the countries from which a police certificate is required. Refer to the table below.
    Note: Present and former residents of the United States need NOT obtain any U.S. police certificates
  2. Contact the appropriate police authorities. Additional information on how to obtain a police certificate can be found on the Reciprocity by Country page.
    IMPORTANT NOTICE - ABOUT POLICE CERTIFICATES: Some countries require a specific Police Certificate Request form to properly request and obtain Police Certificate(s).The Reciprocity by Country page indicates those countries.
    Police certificates from certain countries are unavailable.
    More specific information is available from NVC, the nearest United States immigrant visa processing post, or online at: http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/reciprocity/reciprocity_3272.html.

http://travel.state....195.html#police

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Thanks!! this helps alot


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03/2/2011- I-129F sent via USPS to Dallas Texas Service Center

03/4/2011- delivered to USCIS (Dallas, TX Service Center)

03/10/2011 - Received e-mail notification and routed to VSC

06/23/2011 - NOA2 after 106 days from our NOA1

06/27/2011 - NOA2 hardcopy received

07/11/2011 - Case # assigned (19 days from NOA2)

08/01/2011 - Medical (PASSED)

08/16/2011 - Interview(APPROVED)

09/06/2011 - POE (ATL)

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Thanks!! this helps alot

We ran into the same problem. My fiance worked in Saudi Arabia. The reciprocity section of the state department states that some countries will not issue this certificate if you are living outside the country (you worked there previously for more than 6 months). I (petitioner) contacted the Philippines Embassy in Jeddah. They stated that we could obtain a non-derogatory statement from the Kingdom. They are obtained through Philippine DFA after we submit copies of the entry and exit stamps in the passport and employment certificate from her employer. We did that and are waiting for it to arrive at DFA. Although Saudi Arabia is listed as one of those countries that does not issue police clearance certificates, we went ahead and requested the non-derogatory report which takes two months. DOS puts these reciprocity tables together, so if your country is listed as not requiring it, I would just not bother.


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