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As I understand it, a Police Certificate is needed for the NVC stage of the process (CR-1)??

Should my husband get it now (will send in I-130 in a couple of weeks) or should he wait until we get NOA2?

How long does it take in Haiti?

Where should he go?

How much does it cost?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you!!!! :wacko:


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Married: 7/29/2011

Last time we saw each other: 10/18/2011

I-130 Packet Sent: 4/17/2012

USCIS Receipt Email: 4/24/2012

NOA1: 4/27/2012

USCIS ACCEPTANCE Email: 5/8/2012

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I ( the Beneficiary ) am currently at NVC Stage i sent my IV package which contents ( my birth certificate, our marriage certificate, copy of the biorgraphic data of my passport, 2 pictures of me, DS 230), it was accepted without any issue. We didn t need a police certificate, it is not required for Haiti, you can check this information on the Department of state website


Married---07/30/2011

USCIS Stage

11/07/2011-----I-130 Sent

11/10/2011---- NOA1 email received

11/14/2011---- Touched

1/4/2012 ------ RFE ( Request for Evidence ) email received

1/13/2012------ RFE document mailed to USCIS

1/25/2012------ NOA2 APPROVED ( Yahoooooooo )

NVC Stage

1/31/2012-------Case received at NVC

2/08/2012------- Case number received, IIN, both petitionner and benificiary email given

2/08/2012------- DS 3032 ( choice of agent ) emailed to NVC

2/10/2012------- AOS fee bill paid ( status: in progress)

2/13/2012--------DS 3032 accepted

2/14/2012-------- AOS fee bill shows " PAID" and IV fee bill invoiced

2/16/2012-------- IV fee bill shows " PAID"

2/17/2012-------- IV package sent via USPS

2/24/2012-------- IV package reviewed and accepted

3/27/2012-------- AOS checklist express mailed via USPS

3/28/2012-------- AOS Checklist received by NVC

3/30/2012-------- Case Complete ( Thank you Lord )

Medical / Consulate / POE

5/11/2012-------- Medical Exam

6/12/2012-------- Interview date / APPROVED

6/21/2012 -------- POE Newark, NJ

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I ( the Beneficiary ) am currently at NVC Stage i sent my IV package which contents ( my birth certificate, our marriage certificate, copy of the biorgraphic data of my passport, 2 pictures of me, DS 230), it was accepted without any issue. We didn t need a police certificate, it is not required for Haiti, you can check this information on the Department of state website

Thank you!

I was looking at your timeline and noticed that we got married a day appart! Lol!

I want to make sure our CR-1 process goes as quick and smooth as possible.

If you don’t mind me asking; why did you get an RFE and the DS 3032 rejected?


All things come together...

Married: 7/29/2011

Last time we saw each other: 10/18/2011

I-130 Packet Sent: 4/17/2012

USCIS Receipt Email: 4/24/2012

NOA1: 4/27/2012

USCIS ACCEPTANCE Email: 5/8/2012

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As I understand it, a Police Certificate is needed for the NVC stage of the process (CR-1)??

Should my husband get it now (will send in I-130 in a couple of weeks) or should he wait until we get NOA2?

How long does it take in Haiti?

Where should he go?

How much does it cost?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you!!!! :wacko:

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Police certificate is not needed for Haiti. If you lived outside of Haiti for a particular time then your have to get one from that country.

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Thank you!

I was looking at your timeline and noticed that we got married a day appart! Lol!

I want to make sure our CR-1 process goes as quick and smooth as possible.

If you don’t mind me asking; why did you get an RFE and the DS 3032 rejected?

The RFE was about a copy of my marriage certificate that was not legible.

The DS 3032 was rejected because the IV fee bill was not invoiced and it sent it ( DS 3032). In other words, DS 3032 was sent too early


Married---07/30/2011

USCIS Stage

11/07/2011-----I-130 Sent

11/10/2011---- NOA1 email received

11/14/2011---- Touched

1/4/2012 ------ RFE ( Request for Evidence ) email received

1/13/2012------ RFE document mailed to USCIS

1/25/2012------ NOA2 APPROVED ( Yahoooooooo )

NVC Stage

1/31/2012-------Case received at NVC

2/08/2012------- Case number received, IIN, both petitionner and benificiary email given

2/08/2012------- DS 3032 ( choice of agent ) emailed to NVC

2/10/2012------- AOS fee bill paid ( status: in progress)

2/13/2012--------DS 3032 accepted

2/14/2012-------- AOS fee bill shows " PAID" and IV fee bill invoiced

2/16/2012-------- IV fee bill shows " PAID"

2/17/2012-------- IV package sent via USPS

2/24/2012-------- IV package reviewed and accepted

3/27/2012-------- AOS checklist express mailed via USPS

3/28/2012-------- AOS Checklist received by NVC

3/30/2012-------- Case Complete ( Thank you Lord )

Medical / Consulate / POE

5/11/2012-------- Medical Exam

6/12/2012-------- Interview date / APPROVED

6/21/2012 -------- POE Newark, NJ

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As I understand it, a Police Certificate is needed for the NVC stage of the process (CR-1)??

Should my husband get it now (will send in I-130 in a couple of weeks) or should he wait until we get NOA2?

How long does it take in Haiti?

Where should he go?

How much does it cost?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you!!!! :wacko:

Police certificate is not needed for Haiti. If you lived outside of Haiti for a particular time then your have to get one from that country.

I'm confused about the police certificate. Are you sure it's not needed for Haiti?


2011 - Met online
2012/05/03 - Started "Dating"
2012/06/27-07/16 -
Met in Haiti/got engaged
2012/08/20 - I-129F Sent
2012/08/28-09/05 -
Second trip to Haiti
2012/08/28 - I-129F NOA1
2012/08/29 - Check Cashed
2012/08/31 - NOA1 Hard Copy Received
2012/09/05 - NOA2 (I-129F)
2012/09/10 - Emailed U.S. Embassy in Haiti for Packet 3.
2012/09/10 - NVC Received
2012/09/10 - NOA2 Hard-Copy
2012/09/11 - Called NVC to check status, told fiance's DOB is wrong, but it's right on both application forms. They said send birth cert & passport.
2012/09/13 - Submitted DS-156 online & printed copies (& emailed to both of us).
2012/09/14 - Emailed scanned copies of original application, birth cert & passport to NVC.
2012/09/14 - Called & insisted they fix THEIR mistake. Message forwarded to supervisor. Got an email within 30 minutes; fixed! Called & confirmed.
2012/09/19 - Still in AP (Administrative/Additional Processing)... waiting...
2012/09/25 - Left NVC
2013/01/08/18 -
Third trip to Haiti
2013/01/17 - K1 Visa Denied (he had been given a fake death certificate for his first wife who was killed in the 2010 earthquake)
2013/03/05-20 -
Fourth trip to Haiti
2013/03/14 - Got Married in Port au Prince

2013/08/11-22 - Fifth trip to Haiti

2014/01/26-02/12 - Sixth trip to Haiti

2014/03/12-15 - Seventh trip to Haiti

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