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I have seen that Embassies ask again for Police Certificates for the Interview. Does this also aply for CR-1 when one has already submit them to the NVC ? Thanks for your answer unsure.gif


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01/10/11 I-130 sent

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06/13/11 NVC received case

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06/27/11 AOS bill and IV bill shows PAID

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07/25/11 sent documents to NVC

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08/05/11 Case Complete !!!!!

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It depends on whether it has expired or not. In our case, Costa Rica certificates are only good for 90 days, and our interview is at about day 100, so we have to get a new one, but what is true in CR is meaningless anywhere else, so if no one from Spain responds, call or email the embassy for a direct answer. Or if it is easy, just get another one if yours will have expired by the time of the interview.

Once the interview is scheduled you will get a list from NVC of everything required by your embassy, and it will indicate whether the documents you submitted are sufficient or whether they need to be updated--everything--not just the police certificate--is on the list.

Here is what it looks like:

Document Status Description

A = Applicant must acquire this document and present it at the time of the interview.

C = Direct inquiries to your consulate / embassy

D = Certified document received

F = This form is not necessary for this application.

I = The required form is incomplete. Please ensure that a complete form is presented at

the interview.

O = The original document has been received and accepted as meeting post

requirements.

P = The police certificate must be requested by the applicant. If you have already

applied for this document, no further action is required. The issuing police authority

will send the police record directly to the appropriate US Embassy to have on hand

at the time of the interview.

R = The electronic DS-260 form has been submitted and reviewed.

S = Scanned document received. The original document must be presented at the time

of the interview.

T = An acceptable document has been received, but a translation is required as the

submitted document is not in English or the official language of the processing post.

The applicant must present a certified translation at the time of the interview.

U = The applicant has informed the NVC that the required document is unavailable.

X = The required document is unobtainable for this country per the Foreign Affairs

Manual.

Y = The required document has been received.

$ = Payment received.

Visa Interview Requirements

XXXX XXXX must bring the following to the visa interview:

* Any original documents that were requested by the NVC but were not submitted

to the NVC

* The medical examination results if not submitted to the Embassy/Consulate by

the physician

* The correct size and number of photographs

* Valid passport for all traveling applicants

The following table lists the documents requested by the NVC and whether or not the

NVC received them. Please note that even though the applicant may have provided

the NVC with a copy of a document, the applicant is still required to bring the

original document to the visa interview.

Document Name Document Status

CORRESPONDENCE INSTRUCTIONS C

1 - IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION PART 1 Y

1 - IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION PART 2 Y

2 - PASSPORT Y

3 - BIRTH CERTIFICATE O

4 - ADOPTION F

5 - MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE O

6 - MARRIAGE TERMINATION O

7 - COURT RECORDS F

F - FINANCIAL EVIDENCE Y

8 - CUSTODY PAPERS F

9 - MILITARY RECORDS F

10 - COSTA RICA POLICE CERTIFICATE O

10 - MEXICO POLICE CERTIFICATE X

FEE PAYMENT $

PHOTOGRAPH Y

F - PETITIONER MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE F

F - PETITIONER BIRTH CERTIFICATE F

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Thank you very much for your answer. It has been very helpful good.gif


VISA JOURNEY

01/10/11 I-130 sent

01/12/11 NOA1

06/01/11 NOA2

06/13/11 NVC received case

06/22/11 NVC Case Number Assigned

06/23/11 Paid AOS Bill and Immigrant Visa Fee

06/27/11 AOS bill and IV bill shows PAID

07/06/11 Sent whole package of documents to NVC

07/19/11 Sif.Thought case was complete but it was not !!!!

07/20/11 RFE on the phone - Documents J-1 of my daughter and missing information by lawyer

07/25/11 RFE received by e-mail

07/25/11 sent documents to NVC

07/26/11 Documents received by NVC

08/05/11 Case Complete !!!!!

08/31/11 Interview

09/08/11 POE NC

09/30/11 GC received

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