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Heya VJ members,

Just had a quick question. My love is in Canada, we wanted to know what police records we need. Just for the Province or Canada wide or both? Does anyone know how much this is going to cost? She has a clean slate will they give her any grief when requesting her records? Does she need to provide a copy of the NOA2 as a reason to request her records. We dont have our NOA2 yet just trying to line everything up for a quick easy interview process!

I appreciate your help!

Thanks

-John


06-17-2006 - NOA1 CSC

09-11-2006 - No Touches 3 Months

09-11-2006 - Touch #1

09-11-2006 - RFE

09-12-2006 - Touch #2

09-18-2006 - RFE IBMRA recieved, Sent off in the morning.

09-25-2006 - RFE Recieved by CSC, case updated.

09-28-2006 - NOA2 APPROVED!

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Heya VJ members,

Just had a quick question. My love is in Canada, we wanted to know what police records we need. Just for the Province or Canada wide or both? Does anyone know how much this is going to cost? She has a clean slate will they give her any grief when requesting her records? Does she need to provide a copy of the NOA2 as a reason to request her records. We dont have our NOA2 yet just trying to line everything up for a quick easy interview process!

I appreciate your help!

Thanks

-John

If she has no criminal records, then it'll be a painless and straightforward process (it's a Canada-wide check). I went through Commissionaires ( http://www.fingerprintingservice.com/services.html ) and it took one week to get the police check certificate. I think mine cost $35 or something like that (I went to the Scarborough, Ontario office).

In the eyes of the Consulate (at least the Montreal one), the police check expires one year from the time it's issued, so you might want to hold off on getting that done if you're 100% certain there's no criminal record involved (with a criminal record, it takes a lot longer).

And oh yes, when I applied for my police check, they'd asked for the reason I needed to get it done, and for my Montreal case number (given in packet 3, IIRC).

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hi there....i just went down the street from my place...just out side of montreal....went to the rmcp...walked in...with birth cert and picture id...me and my 2 sons..18 and 20.....they did it while we waited...a whole 25 mins..we walked out with the 3 of them...and it cost us 25.00 each...good luck (F)


2007 AOS FOR me....Debbie

son...Lance(20)

son...Jason(18)..we lost jay in a head on car crash...oct 4th, 2008

Interview for all 3...03/26

All 3 approved...03/26 ..YEAAAAAAA

all i-485's touched..03/28

rec'd email all ead cards in production..03/29

rec'd email..notice mailed welcoming new perm resident for all 3....03/30

all i485's touched..03831

all ead's touched..03/31

we rec'd all 3 EAD cards...yeha..04/02

rec'd email that all 3 green cards have been ordered..04/04..yeepiekiyaaa!!!

rec'd boys welcome letters...04/05

20 yr olds GREEN CARD COMES!!!!!...he is safe....04/09

rec;d mine and 18yr olds green cards..04/10

good to go until dec of 2008!!!!!!

my son lance joined the vermont national guard..04/25/07

he is leaving for oklahoma for basic training...09/19/07

graduated basic, left for texas to study to become a medic.......12/03/07

he is now a certified medic!!!!......

lifting conditions...dec 26th, 2008 for debbie and son Lance

sent pkg on........ dec 26th, 2008

rec'd sons green card extension.......jan 6th, 2009

check was cashed.............jan 6th, 2008

rec'd son's NOA.........jan 22nd, 2009

rec'd mine and my son's fingerprinting apt...jan 22nd, 2009

fingerprint apts............Febuary 3rd, 2009

touched...both of us...............Feb 4th, 2009

rec'd my extension letter...02/14/2009

re'd our approval letters.....05/15/2009

received our 10 yr cards...06/19/2009

Lance is now deployed to Afghanistan

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I am also waiting on NOA2. The police reports for the Consulates are good for at least 6 months? Is there a certain type of application or forms that have to be taken with you to get a background check done? Does the consulate mail them out or can you download them? Or, evern better, can I walk into the RCMP station and just explain what I need- and get it done?


Thank-you to everyone who offered us their help. Best wishes to everyone and good luck on their journey.

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Oh yea I forgot....

J & J Congrats and hopefully the rest of this process will be over soon. You must be sooooo happy.

I'm thinking I'm right behind you guys... YAY!!!


Thank-you to everyone who offered us their help. Best wishes to everyone and good luck on their journey.

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