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I got my subject access Police Report back today. Another step towards my interview :yes:

The report was just one letter, addressed to me, confirming that I dont have no criminal history. I was thinking it might list all my previous addresses they had searched for me under, but it doesnt.

I am just wondering from those of you that had your Police Report accepted at your interview, was it just a letter like I have received?

Thanks for reading!

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I got my subject access Police Report back today. Another step towards my interview :yes:

The report was just one letter, addressed to me, confirming that I dont have no criminal history. I was thinking it might list all my previous addresses they had searched for me under, but it doesnt.

I am just wondering from those of you that had your Police Report accepted at your interview, was it just a letter like I have received?

Thanks for reading!

yep! one page.

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Trust me, I understand. When I got mine, after all the fuss people made about me needing one at all, I was like, :huh: "is that it?"

But it is :thumbs: so enjoy the fact you are one step closer to your goal


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Trust me, I understand. When I got mine, after all the fuss people made about me needing one at all, I was like, :huh: "is that it?"

But it is :thumbs: so enjoy the fact you are one step closer to your goal

Tell me about it! It sounds like a really serious thing, and then you find that it's one little page.

But as long as it does the job, right?


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In truth lots of pages would be aREALLY bad thing :wacko: so be very grateful for one page and little for them to say :thumbs::lol::lol:


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one page is all some people get I'm afraid, I bet if you wanted more they might oblige :lol: but rather one than many. although sometimes even that is not bad seeing as how the police records go back for years and I mean years. Hubby did some stupid things when he was 16/17 (don't all boys ;) ) and would you believe they are still on his record after 35 years :o


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Yep, one sheet with a blue band at the top and bottom. When I made a photocopy (cos you get to keep the original, the embassy just took my copy) the words FRAUD appear on it. Frightened the life out of me, I kept thinking "how do they KNOW I have taken a copy???". Then I looked at the original more carefully and it is the background that has it on it as a security measure.... :lol:

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Hee, I think my old workplace must have had magic photocopiers. That's where I copied my police certificate, and the fraud thing never showed up. Maybe the toner was too light?


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I ran mine through the copy bit of the fax machine at work, as the photocopier had something wrong with it that I hadn't a hope in HELL of fixing or sorting out. So toner? Hell if I know.... ;)

The woman at the consulate didn't bat an eyelid at it...so it is obviously something they are used to.

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