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On form 230, police certificates are required from every province and municipality since age 16. my concern is this:

My fiancee is adamant about the police certificate we acquired in yanshou on my last visit to china that this is the only police certificate she needs even though she lived in guilin, guanzhou and shenzhen.

I think she needs to go to guilin, guanzhou, and shenzhen police and obtain more certificates. im not clear as she tell me that the police certificate we obtained in yanshou is a national certificate.

any thoughts appreciated.

joe

On form 230, police certificates are required from every province and municipality since age 16. my concern is this:

My fiancee is adamant about the police certificate we acquired in yanshou on my last visit to china that this is the only police certificate she needs even though she lived in guilin, guanzhou and shenzhen.

I think she needs to go to guilin, guanzhou, and shenzhen police and obtain more certificates. im not clear as she tell me that the police certificate we obtained in yanshou is a national certificate.

Oh, and also if she goes to the shenzhen police for certificate, can she request guanzhou and guilin in shenzhen?

and of course she must take to a notary office and have this translated and notorized.

any thoughts appreciated.

joe

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On form 230, police certificates are required from every province and municipality since age 16. my concern is this:

My fiancee is adamant about the police certificate we acquired in yanshou on my last visit to china that this is the only police certificate she needs even though she lived in guilin, guanzhou and shenzhen.

I think she needs to go to guilin, guanzhou, and shenzhen police and obtain more certificates. im not clear as she tell me that the police certificate we obtained in yanshou is a national certificate.

any thoughts appreciated.

joe

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On form 230, police certificates are required from every province and municipality since age 16. my concern is this:

My fiancee is adamant about the police certificate we acquired in yanshou on my last visit to china that this is the only police certificate she needs even though she lived in guilin, guanzhou and shenzhen.

I think she needs to go to guilin, guanzhou, and shenzhen police and obtain more certificates. im not clear as she tell me that the police certificate we obtained in yanshou is a national certificate.

any thoughts appreciated.

joe

she is correct!

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_3195.html#police


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whew !

are you tired yet?

I know I AM -

because of yer premise.

Let me suggest another 'base' for you................. and yer lass..

have her go to her 'hukuo city'

and

get police certificate there.

All Bullsh|t melted, if she goes to 'Hukuo City'. I'll give you stupid example (stupid, because is waste of time, money, travel, and energy) . Her hukuo is at yanshou city. When she applies for PC in Shenzhen, they ask for 'hukuo book' and I'll bet you 8:1 my asssets (over 8 mil) versus yers, that she never transferred hukuo to Shenzhen, instead; she was migrant worker in Shenzhen. Shenzhen police not know of her, her hukuo is in yanshou city. So..............

PC got in yanshou is valid, for 1 year from issuance date.

In the meantime, you got 'white book' on PC? Official translation from translation office in hukuo city of 'yanshou' ??? yes? no? if not - relax, you.. get it soonish, prior to interview day.

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First go to any notary office (not has to locate in her Hukou city) to get investigation letter of police certificate.

Then go to the police office where her Houkou registers in her Hukou city with the investigation letter. The police office may require some evidences from her working cities to prove her status. You need to ask police office what documents they need such as a letter from Juweihui where she lives. It may take time especially if your fiancée works outside her houkou city.

Another option is that some notary office also accepts a statement from her/his working company. Ask notary office.

One police certificate covers entire period while she/he is in China.

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HELP !! Im in Fuzhou (China) currently, and my host employer here has been to 2 different PSB's to request certificate and they state they dont issue them !!!

Im only here for a couple more days n need to get this done..

Anyone offer any assistance please !!!!!!


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