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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Does my police record check need to be done through the RCMP or can it be done through my local police department?


Aug 31-2011 NVC Case # Received

Sept 2-2011 Opti Email Sent

Sept 7-2011 AOS Bill Paid

Sept 9-2011 AOS Package emailed

Oct 4-2011 Interview notice received - November 21, 2011 in Montreal!

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Does my police record check need to be done through the RCMP or can it be done through my local police department?

It doesn't need to be by the RCMP. As long as it checks the CPIC, the national database, then NVC will accept it.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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awesome - thank you so much


Aug 31-2011 NVC Case # Received

Sept 2-2011 Opti Email Sent

Sept 7-2011 AOS Bill Paid

Sept 9-2011 AOS Package emailed

Oct 4-2011 Interview notice received - November 21, 2011 in Montreal!

"you are a child of the universe, no less than the trees & the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should be."

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Hello guys,

I have a quick question:

I have my interview scheduled for IR1 at Montreal on 31st August. I have submitted following Original Police Clearance to NVC

1. Vancouver Police Clearance Certificate

2. Passport Police Clearance Certificate (Indian Consulate)

Do I need to get the above PCC's originals again for my interview?

Plz help!!

Regards,

Sue

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Hello guys,

I have a quick question:

I have my interview scheduled for IR1 at Montreal on 31st August. I have submitted following Original Police Clearance to NVC

1. Vancouver Police Clearance Certificate

2. Passport Police Clearance Certificate (Indian Consulate)

Do I need to get the above PCC's originals again for my interview?

Plz help!!

Regards,

Sue

If you didn't do EP and mailed them, then no, they have the originals and you're fine.

If you did do EP, then bring the originals with you to the interview as they want them.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Also,does anyone know if the Police Certificate was submitted to the NVC and the application was approved by them and sent to the Consulate,do we need to do another police certificate before the interview if that one has since expired (90 days)???

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I'm just curious, does everyone have to submit police background checks after the application goes to NVC?

Yes. It's a part of the IV package.

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Thanks Salin

I mailed the original PC's to the NVC.

Regards,

Sue

As long as the police certificates you mailed to NVC are still valid at the time of your interview, then you don't need to get them again.

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Saylin,

How long are they valid for? I had taken the PCC in March and my interview is on 31st Aug. Are they valid for 6 months?

Regards,

Sue

They're valid up to a year for immigration purposes. So, you're fine :)

Technically though, they become invalid the very next day as you can commit a crime the day after you get the police certificate devil.gif

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They're valid up to a year for immigration purposes. So, you're fine :)

I think it depends on where the PC comes from. Nigeria's PC is only good for 90 days, then it expires. So I'm thinking we would have to get another before our interview as the PC for my hubby was obtained in May 2011, and expires end of July 2011. We have not received our interview date yet.

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I think it depends on where the PC comes from. Nigeria's PC is only good for 90 days, then it expires. So I'm thinking we would have to get another before our interview as the PC for my hubby was obtained in May 2011, and expires end of July 2011. We have not received our interview date yet.

Yes, it does depend on where you get the PCC. The member was from Canada, as am I, so I replied in relation to Canadian validity.

And yes, you'll probably have to get another PCC so you have a valid one for the interview.

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