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hello everybody:

We've got the NOA2 and now we are waiting for the packet 3 from the mail which hopefully will arrive soon. We want to go ahead and take care of the police clearance first and I've seen some board members said they did it before the packet 3 arrived.

and my question is:

what does she need to bring in order to get the police clearance certificate?

(since the packet3 i downloaded on the web said she needs to bring the packet3 cover letter)

thank you very much

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hello everybody:

We've got the NOA2 and now we are waiting for the packet 3 from the mail which hopefully will arrive soon. We want to go ahead and take care of the police clearance first and I've seen some board members said they did it before the packet 3 arrived.

and my question is:

what does she need to bring in order to get the police clearance certificate?

(since the packet3 i downloaded on the web said she needs to bring the packet3 cover letter)

thank you very much

The police in BKK have reacted to the use of a copy of the NOA notices in the recent past. All they really want is something indicating the purpose for the clearance. It can take from 2 weeks to more than a month to get the document.

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The police in BKK have reacted to the use of a copy of the NOA notices in the recent past. All they really want is something indicating the purpose for the clearance. It can take from 2 weeks to more than a month to get the document.

thank you very much, will get it done asap! :)

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thank you very much, will get it done asap! :)

We all want to get as much done as possible in the hopes that it will help speed up the process. With this in mind you could make plans to have her get her shots at her local doctor to save money. Make sure she gets a written record to take to the hospital later. The medical can be done in advance but sometimes isnt a good idea due to travel distance & cost. The medical can be done the day before the interview for example for those that live far from BKK. It takes a few hours with the documents given before she leaves that same day.

The visa fee can be paid at many Thai post offices when the time comes. There is one across the street from the embassy. It is behind the high rise building. Its to the left of the parking lot down the little soi. Should her interview fall earlier than the P O opens she could interview then go get the fee reciept & return it to the embassy. Again all of this depends on where she lives.

You may have seen the recent posts indicating people waiting 8 to 11 weeks after P 3 is sent to get an interview date. You can download the P 3 info right now & send it in if you are sure the case is in BKK. Hopefully you have completed the 134 which is aprt of the submittal. Best to send tax transcript for 2010. Get that free from IRS on line or by calling. If you havent done this she could still submit the P 3 with a note that this will be brought in on the interview date.

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