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My wife and I are having an argument about the police record that she needs for the interview at the embassy. I have read here many times that the police record is valid for only one month and she got her police record on February 29th. They told her when she was there that it doesn't expire for 6 months and that this is new. They said before that it expired in 2 1/2 months but now it is six. I want to know what the truth is and if there is anyone that I could call to find out because I don't want any problems when I get to the interview. PLEASE HELP


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The issuing country determines how long their police record is valid for, so it varies. Which country's records are you referring to?


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Interesting...I just had this conversation with my husband (who is in Dominican Republic) yesterday...he says its valid for 30 days also...


5/22/2009 - Met

8/12/2011 - Married

USCIS

9/13/2011 - Mailed I-30

9/15/2011 - NOA1

3/19/2012 - NOA2

NVC

4/02/2012 - NVC received case

4/13/2012 - Case # assigned

4/15/2012 - Emailed DS-3032---->received auto response

4/17/2012 - AOS bill received & paid

4/18/2012 - AOS shows as PAID

4/19/2012 - AOS package mailed

4/20/2012 - AOS package delivered to NVC

4/23/2012 - AOS package accepted

4/23/2012 - Checklist received for DS-3032

4/23/2012 - DS-3032 emailed again---->received auto response

4/30/2012 - DS-3032 hard copy mailed

5/01/2012 - Received response about DS-3032 emailed on 4/23/2012, but not an actual acceptance...WTH?

5/01/2012 - DS-3032 delivered to NVC

5/08/2012 - DS-3032 emailed yet again!----> received auto response

5/14/2012 - DS-3032 FINALLY accepted

5/14/2012 - IV bill received & paid

5/14/2012 - IV package sent

5/15/2012 - IV bill shows as PAID

5/15/2012 - IV package delivered to NVC

5/23/2012 - Case complete

6/01/2012 - Interview date assigned for ----> July 23rd

7/09/2012 - Medical

7/23/2012 - Interview -----> Approved

7/25/2012 - Passport Received

7/27/2012 - POE (JFK)

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You must have a police certificate issued within 30 days of your interview to present to the embassy at the time of interview Confirm with the embassy as things do change but this is what I have ALWAYS seen. :yes: :yes:

For those of us who are doing CR-1 the process is slightly different as the PC is good to send to NVC for up to 6 months. However, we must also obtain ANOTHER PC at the time of interview, within 30 days of the interview. :D

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01/01/2008 - Met
04/27/2010 - Engaged
08/23/2011 - Married
USCIS
10/03/2011 - I-130 Sent (USPS priority w/ delivery confirmation)
10/05/2011 - Package arrived at chicago lockbox
10/06/2011 - NOA1
11/09/2011 - NOA2 (no RFE's)
NVC
11/14/2011 - Petition received by NVC/ Received NOA2 by mail
11/21/2011 - NVC case # received by email/ Got AOS fee by email/ Called NVC to provide beneficiary email
11/27/2011 - Choice of agent (DS-3023) sent to NVC by email
.....took a break from process to delay interview....
01/26/2012 - Payed IV fee
01/27/2012 - IV fee status shown as PAID
02/07/2012 - Payed AOS fee
02/08/2012 - AOS fee status shown as PAID
02/09/ 2012 - DS-230 package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/06/2012 - AOS package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/12/2012 - Called NVC and found out about checklist. Sent revision to NVC that same day.
03/16/2012 - CASE COMPLETE!
04/11/2012 - Informed of interview via phone by DOS/ Got P4 email from NVC a few hours later that same day (May 4th)
SANTO DOMINGO CONSULATE
04/19/2012 - Medical
05/04/2012 - Interview (APPROVED)
05/10/2012 - Visa ready and picked up at domex
05/15/2012 - POE in Boston (together)
U. S. A
05/29/2012 - Went to SS office to apply for SS card
06/01/2012 - Welcome letter arrived (Received about 3 of these)
06/05/2012 - Green card arrived
06/15/2012- Back to SS office with green card to reapply and inquire about delay
06/18/2012 - Picked up SSN at SSA office
06/22/2012 - SS card arrived by mail

04/24/14 - Sent I-751 to remove conditions

06/09/14 - Biometrics

11/2014 - RFE from USCIS requesting more evidence before approval

Late Jan - Sent further evidence of marriage

03/05/2015 - Got letter of approval for removal of conditions

03/15/2015 - Permanent 10 yr green card received via mail

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You must have a police certificate issued within 30 days of your interview to present to the embassy at the time of interview Confirm with the embassy as things do change but this is what I have ALWAYS seen. :yes: :yes:

For those of us who are doing CR-1 the process is slightly different as the PC is good to send to NVC for up to 6 months. However, we must also obtain ANOTHER PC at the time of interview, within 30 days of the interview. :D

I appreciate the information... Now I understand the process and it finally MAKES SENSE... Now I can tell my fiance that I was right and she was wrong... Just playing, don't want to start another argument LOL... I will just tell her to go and get another police record closer to the interview date. Thank you again.


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I appreciate the information... Now I understand the process and it finally MAKES SENSE... Now I can tell my fiance that I was right and she was wrong... Just playing, don't want to start another argument LOL... I will just tell her to go and get another police record closer to the interview date. Thank you again.

No no, no more arguing. :no::rofl:


01/01/2008 - Met
04/27/2010 - Engaged
08/23/2011 - Married
USCIS
10/03/2011 - I-130 Sent (USPS priority w/ delivery confirmation)
10/05/2011 - Package arrived at chicago lockbox
10/06/2011 - NOA1
11/09/2011 - NOA2 (no RFE's)
NVC
11/14/2011 - Petition received by NVC/ Received NOA2 by mail
11/21/2011 - NVC case # received by email/ Got AOS fee by email/ Called NVC to provide beneficiary email
11/27/2011 - Choice of agent (DS-3023) sent to NVC by email
.....took a break from process to delay interview....
01/26/2012 - Payed IV fee
01/27/2012 - IV fee status shown as PAID
02/07/2012 - Payed AOS fee
02/08/2012 - AOS fee status shown as PAID
02/09/ 2012 - DS-230 package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/06/2012 - AOS package sent to NVC (priority mail)
03/12/2012 - Called NVC and found out about checklist. Sent revision to NVC that same day.
03/16/2012 - CASE COMPLETE!
04/11/2012 - Informed of interview via phone by DOS/ Got P4 email from NVC a few hours later that same day (May 4th)
SANTO DOMINGO CONSULATE
04/19/2012 - Medical
05/04/2012 - Interview (APPROVED)
05/10/2012 - Visa ready and picked up at domex
05/15/2012 - POE in Boston (together)
U. S. A
05/29/2012 - Went to SS office to apply for SS card
06/01/2012 - Welcome letter arrived (Received about 3 of these)
06/05/2012 - Green card arrived
06/15/2012- Back to SS office with green card to reapply and inquire about delay
06/18/2012 - Picked up SSN at SSA office
06/22/2012 - SS card arrived by mail

04/24/14 - Sent I-751 to remove conditions

06/09/14 - Biometrics

11/2014 - RFE from USCIS requesting more evidence before approval

Late Jan - Sent further evidence of marriage

03/05/2015 - Got letter of approval for removal of conditions

03/15/2015 - Permanent 10 yr green card received via mail

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My wife and I are having an argument about the police record that she needs for the interview at the embassy. I have read here many times that the police record is valid for only one month and she got her police record on February 29th. They told her when she was there that it doesn't expire for 6 months and that this is new. They said before that it expired in 2 1/2 months but now it is six. I want to know what the truth is and if there is anyone that I could call to find out because I don't want any problems when I get to the interview. PLEASE HELP

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Edited by Gary and Alla

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Gary And Alla

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You must have a police certificate issued within 30 days of your interview to present to the embassy at the time of interview Confirm with the embassy as things do change but this is what I have ALWAYS seen. :yes: :yes:

For those of us who are doing CR-1 the process is slightly different as the PC is good to send to NVC for up to 6 months. However, we must also obtain ANOTHER PC at the time of interview, within 30 days of the interview. :D

Thanks for clearing that up Stephanie...God willing I'll be picking that PC this upcoming week and was fearing that it would expire prior to me getting it to NVC...


5/22/2009 - Met

8/12/2011 - Married

USCIS

9/13/2011 - Mailed I-30

9/15/2011 - NOA1

3/19/2012 - NOA2

NVC

4/02/2012 - NVC received case

4/13/2012 - Case # assigned

4/15/2012 - Emailed DS-3032---->received auto response

4/17/2012 - AOS bill received & paid

4/18/2012 - AOS shows as PAID

4/19/2012 - AOS package mailed

4/20/2012 - AOS package delivered to NVC

4/23/2012 - AOS package accepted

4/23/2012 - Checklist received for DS-3032

4/23/2012 - DS-3032 emailed again---->received auto response

4/30/2012 - DS-3032 hard copy mailed

5/01/2012 - Received response about DS-3032 emailed on 4/23/2012, but not an actual acceptance...WTH?

5/01/2012 - DS-3032 delivered to NVC

5/08/2012 - DS-3032 emailed yet again!----> received auto response

5/14/2012 - DS-3032 FINALLY accepted

5/14/2012 - IV bill received & paid

5/14/2012 - IV package sent

5/15/2012 - IV bill shows as PAID

5/15/2012 - IV package delivered to NVC

5/23/2012 - Case complete

6/01/2012 - Interview date assigned for ----> July 23rd

7/09/2012 - Medical

7/23/2012 - Interview -----> Approved

7/25/2012 - Passport Received

7/27/2012 - POE (JFK)

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I appreciate the information... Now I understand the process and it finally MAKES SENSE... Now I can tell my fiance that I was right and she was wrong... Just playing, don't want to start another argument LOL... I will just tell her to go and get another police record closer to the interview date. Thank you again.

I learned it is not about being right but getting the process done with the least amount of headaches possible and no RFE's.


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