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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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Hey Guys,

My Cuban fiance went to the Argentine Embassy in Havana and they said they could not help him obtain the police cert. I don't understand this. Wouldn't this be the place to obtain the pol cert?? Can you guys make any suggestions to help us?? Thanks so much,

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Kazakhstan
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hi crew, i understand your situacion dealing with foreigner embassy regarding police certificate

i am citizen of kazakhstan and i have difficulties to get russian police certificate by the russian consulate in kazakhstan,i payed the fees and waiting,waiting, waiting,visited russian consulate for five times and always hear from them: NO NEWS .. their phone line is always busy,only one way is to come in person and talk but NO NEWS..what can i tell to american consul during interview ?? russian authorities do not care about my case?? i am soo worry about that,anyone can advise me???

why russian consulate did received fees and do nothing,i wait for several months now and can not nothing do


Alma, Almaty, Kazakhstan & Scott, Horse Cave, Kentucky

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
Timeline

Javaman,

I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I'm praying that you get the pol cert this week.

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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From my understanding on reading this.....one must be in possession of an Argentine identity card (Cedula de Identidad) issued by the Argentine Federal Police in order to obtain a police certificate through the Argentian Embassy.

Argentina

POLICE RECORDS

Available. If a person is physically present in the country, s/he must apply personally for a Police Record. The Argentine Federal Police issue a police record entitled "Certificado de Antecedentes". This document, which may be obtained only by bearers of Argentine passports, Cedulas, or DNIs (Documento National de Identidad, indicates whether a person has any previous convictions in Argentina. When a foreigner has applied for residence in Argentina, the Federal Police will, in certain cases, issue the certificate based on a request from the Argentine immigration authorities. In some cases, however, prior convictions can be expunged after 10 years have elapsed. The application for this document must be made in person to the Federal Police in Buenos Aires, and is available to any person over 18 years old who is physically present in Argentina, regardless of status. A fee is charged. Also acceptable is the "Certificado de Buena Conducta" which is available from all of the provinces of Argentina, except the provinces of Buenos Aires, Chubut, La Pampa, Misiones and Salta. These certificates must be applied for in person from the police office having jurisdiction over the place of residence. Argentine citizens and former residents abroad can apply for a police certificate through the nearest Argentine Consular office. They must be in possession of an Argentine identity card (Cedula de Identidad) issued by the Argentine Federal Police. (Processing takes up to six months). A passport may be issued to an individual at a consular post which would not indicate that there is no warrant for arrest, or a judge may have authorized the passport issuance even though there may be an outstanding warrant.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/reciprocity/C...A/Argentina.htm

Wishing you all the best. I hope you find a resolution to this soon.

Lorelle


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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My fiancé is an Italian citizen born in Uruguay currently living in Barcelona, Spain. He visited the Uruguayan Consulate in BCN to request his police certificate and they advised him that they could not obtain it for him. However, they told him he could authorize someone in Montevideo to request it for him. He sent a notarized (by the Uruguayan Consulate) letter requesting his Police Certificate be issued and given to his cousin along with a clear and legible photocopy of his Cedula de Identidad. We’re waiting to see what happens. I’ll keep you posted.

As for the others... keep trying!!! Don't give up. Why not ask a trusted friend or relative to visit the local police precinct and ask what a citizen residing outside the country needs to do to obtain his police certificate. You won't lose anything by asking and might gain useful information.

Good luck!

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crew 1980 HI, why would he go to argentina embassy to get hes police cert???

I just get back from cuba to fininsh some last detail on returning the superpacket 3 with my fiance

this what they ask for

antecedentes penales , se deben prensentar los de cuba y los de paises donde se haya residido a partir de los 16 anos . los solicitantes que hayan residido por 1 ano o mas en paises como angola , etiopia, la ex sovietica, alemania,polania, checoslovaquia, hungria o bulgaria deben solicitarlo en el registro de linea y e

your fiance should and ask at hes local CDR for information they usually have a person who is the one to provide you with the police cert . It takes about a month maybe less

sorry about the spaninsh i don't know if you can read spaninsh

michael


Interview date for jun26-2006 _ 03/13/2006 packet-4

fiance got her VISA on 06/26/2006 1:00pm

fiance wating for carta blanca/Permiso de salida from cuban Gov 07/2006

fiance receive carta blanca or exit permit from Cuban Gov 07/31/06

I am in the process to finalize everything and book the airline ticket one way to Miami baby

Fiance arriving on 08-22-06 From HAV,CUBA ....

Fiance arrive at Mia on 08/22/06 1230pm eastern

Mailed off AOS, EAD on 09/27/2006

package delivered at 5:21 am on September 29, 2006 in chicago,IL lock box

10/25/06 apply for SSN /she should be getting one in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status from uscis Work auth is in the mail

Received NOA1 notices for AOS, EAD on 10/10/2006

Biometrics appointment on 10/21/2006 in hialeah Gardens,Fl

10/25/06 apply for SSN / should be getting SSN in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status fromn uscis Work auth is in the mail

11/03/06 receive SSN number/car

11/06/2006 receive EAD CARD

11/06/2006 I-485 transfer to CSC Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident .I485 approved

green card in the mail on 11/29/06

Receive Green card/welcome letter 12/04/06 .I am done for the moment ,Thank Go

Mail I751 removing conditions on Resident card 08/25/2008

05/07/2009 permanet resident card in the mail I-551 GREEN CARD

07/03/2009 new greencard arrive good for ten years

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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Hey All,

Thank you all so much for your replies. It helps so much. Lorelle I read that passage the same as you did. I don't think he can obtain the AR pol cert unless he is physically present in the country. When you're present, ANY one can obtain one. This is the passage I'll reference should this become a problem.

Mqexr3000 that is a great idea. In fact we do have a friend in AR who is checking on this for us. Good luck with obtaining the pol cert and yes, keep us posted.

Mike, please don't worry, you can write me in Spanish or English, it doesn't matter. How are things going in Cuba?? I hope all is well for you and your fiancee. How about that medical exam fee of $400.00!! and the Blanca Tarjeta is $150.00 now!! I was in shock when I heard the costs. I sent the one time emigration western union of $1,000.00 to help cover costs. Of course you know that my fiance will only see about 80cents on the dollar. How long is it taking to get the medical?? Keep us posted.

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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Toria, I discuss this with my fiancé in Cuba and she has also talk to others people in cuba in the same process. In addtion, she also when to the hospital in her providence and she was told not to take this physically at this time .she was told that she can take the physical after the interview .

No-2 carta blanca or permiso de salida .They can not get it until they have the visa approved

I have also seem in others cases researching here you can take the physical and paid for it

At the time you have the visa .This is whem the carta blanca can be issue

I will speak to her again about this soon and post here

Edited by MichaelII

Interview date for jun26-2006 _ 03/13/2006 packet-4

fiance got her VISA on 06/26/2006 1:00pm

fiance wating for carta blanca/Permiso de salida from cuban Gov 07/2006

fiance receive carta blanca or exit permit from Cuban Gov 07/31/06

I am in the process to finalize everything and book the airline ticket one way to Miami baby

Fiance arriving on 08-22-06 From HAV,CUBA ....

Fiance arrive at Mia on 08/22/06 1230pm eastern

Mailed off AOS, EAD on 09/27/2006

package delivered at 5:21 am on September 29, 2006 in chicago,IL lock box

10/25/06 apply for SSN /she should be getting one in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status from uscis Work auth is in the mail

Received NOA1 notices for AOS, EAD on 10/10/2006

Biometrics appointment on 10/21/2006 in hialeah Gardens,Fl

10/25/06 apply for SSN / should be getting SSN in two weeks

11/01/06 receive email status fromn uscis Work auth is in the mail

11/03/06 receive SSN number/car

11/06/2006 receive EAD CARD

11/06/2006 I-485 transfer to CSC Notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident .I485 approved

green card in the mail on 11/29/06

Receive Green card/welcome letter 12/04/06 .I am done for the moment ,Thank Go

Mail I751 removing conditions on Resident card 08/25/2008

05/07/2009 permanet resident card in the mail I-551 GREEN CARD

07/03/2009 new greencard arrive good for ten years

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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Hi All,

My Cuban fiance picked up his passport this past week with no problems. The cost was about 65 CUC which equals 65 USD. This is a hugh cost to the average Cuban who most don't make this amount in 6 months.

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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We are in touch with an Argentine lawyer who is helping us obtain the Argentine police cert. The total cost was 350 USD. 1 USD equals 3 AR Pesos. This was quite an expensive undertaking. I'll update with results soon. When I searched for a lawyer in Argentina, I started with the US Embassy in Argentina website. Then, I searched www.Craigslist Buenos Aires.com

Toria and Salvador


Met Salvador on internet dating website Dreammates.com April 2002

We decided to meet in person Buenos Aires, Argentina August 2002

1st K1 petition approved w/ interview date March 2004

Didn't attend interview, we decided Salvador should first return to Cuba

Petitioners First Name: Toria

Beneficiaries First Name: Salvador

Visa Type: K1

Beneficiary's Country: Cuba

Service Center: VSC

Embassy: U.S. Interests Section, Havana, Cuba

Date I-129F Sent (mailed USPS Overnight) : 12/18/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Date) : 12/21/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Notice Date) : 12/29/05

Date I-129F NOA1 (Received Snail Mail) : 1/5/06

Touched! 1/4/06

I-129F RFE(s) : NONE

Date I-129F NOA2 (Approved) : 1/31/06 34 days!!

Date Package Received By NVC: 2/3/06

Date Package Left From NVC: 2/9/06

Date Received By Consulate : 2/21/06

Date Rec Instructions (Pkt 3) : 2/22/06

Date Complete Instructions (Pkt 3) : 4/28/06

Date Rec Appointment Letter (Pkt 4): 5/9/06

Interview Date : 8/8/06

Date Visa Received : 8/8/06

Date Applied for Cuban Exit Visa : 8/10/06

Date Rec Cuban Exit Visa : 2/6/07

Date of US Entry : 2/7/07

Date of Wedding : 2/8/07

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