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I know I just started... but I can't help but start to think about the second part of the process. How does your Fiance(e) go about getting their documents (police report, medical exam (when is best to do it)) in the DR for the interview?? (packet 4 i guess)

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I know I just started... but I can't help but start to think about the second part of the process. How does your Fiance(e) go about getting their documents (police report, medical exam (when is best to do it)) in the DR for the interview?? (packet 4 i guess)

Don't worry too much. Check out my timeline and the K1 Flowchart to see the order of things.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1flow

The American Embassy in Santo Domingo has a list of instructions (Packet 4) posted. You can begin getting familiar with what you need before they actually send the information to you.

http://santodomingo.usembassy.gov/k1-k2_instructions.html

More info here:

http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Dominican%20Republic&cty=Santo%20Domingo

If you have any future questions, feel free to ask. Best wishes!


K1 Visa Process -> 12/09-06/10 Married -> 09/10/10 AOS Process -> 09/10-12/10 Removal of Conditions-> 09/12-07/13

U.S. Naturalization -> 7/8/20

***What To Do After NOA2 (The Dominican Way) Wiki Page:

https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/dominican_republic_after_receiving_the_noa2/***

 

 

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i get all that, but the question i have is that they ask for certificado de buena conducta and then the police report isnt that the same.

I don't recall anyone having to get "certificado de buena conducta" for this process. If so, their police report would hold the same weight. It theory, its the same thing. Just follow the information from the site and you should be fine.

Police Certificate: Police certificates are required from every applicant age 18 or over for each locality of the country of the applicant's nationality or current residence where the applicant has resided for at least six months since attaining the age of 18. Police certificates are also required from all other countries (except the United States) where the applicant has resided for at least one year. Please see http://travel.state.gov/visa/reciprocity/index.htm if you have questions about the procedures for obtaining a police certificate.


K1 Visa Process -> 12/09-06/10 Married -> 09/10/10 AOS Process -> 09/10-12/10 Removal of Conditions-> 09/12-07/13

U.S. Naturalization -> 7/8/20

***What To Do After NOA2 (The Dominican Way) Wiki Page:

https://www.visajourney.com/wiki/dominican_republic_after_receiving_the_noa2/***

 

 

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