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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Italy
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just wondering if anyone happens to know how long police certificates in italy are valid for. we got an IR1/CR1 interview in Naples later this summer and wanna know if we need to get another set of original police certificates. i have looked high and low and can't find the info on any state department or naples consulate or other site -- thanks

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My husband got one from Palermo and he was told it was good for 6 months. Hope that helps. :)


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My husband got one from Palermo and he was told it was good for 6 months. Hope that helps. :)

I also heard this was true. 6 months seems to be the validity of all the documents required. Although I contacted Naples directly and they said my husband's original military certificate (dated 13 years ago) would be okay for the interview.

Naples is very reponsive by email! I had a response within 2 hours of emailing my questions: IVNaples@state.gov

ginger, are you filing through DCF?? I'd love comparing notes with you on your process! There are so few of us "Italians" on this board!!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Italy
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thanks everyone -- glad we have a consensus. no we aren't doing DCF bc i am not in italy. thanks again!

Ginger,

police certificate in Italy is called "Casellario Giudiziale" - he needs to go to the court house of his city and make a request for it,not to a police station (questura)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Italy
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just wondering if anyone happens to know how long police certificates in italy are valid for. we got an IR1/CR1 interview in Naples later this summer and wanna know if we need to get another set of original police certificates. i have looked high and low and can't find the info on any state department or naples consulate or other site -- thanks

They are good for 6 months BUT make sure you get both certificates. As of 2011 both the Casellario giudiziario e carichi pendenti are required.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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Both of my police certificates were 8 months old the day I handed them over and they were excepted with no problems at all! Certificato generale del casellario giudiziale is the one you need from Italy. You can fill it in on line and then go and pick it up about a week later.

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