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Subject Access Record ?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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Hi everyone! While waiting for the NOA2, figured we'd get a jump start on the paperwork needed for the next step. We have found the application for the police certificate, which is no problem, but as it will come back with "no live trace" on it, we found the application to get the subject access record, but the form specifically says not to use it for purposes of emigration or visas and sends us back to the original police certificate application. Yikes! Does anyone have any experience with getting the subject access record? I didn't see anything in the other threads beyond the certificate itself.

Thanks so much!! :-)


NOA1 : 02/15/12

NOA2 : 08/16/2012

NVC Rec'd : 08/27/2012

Medical : 09/14/2012

Interview : 10/31/2012

POE : 11/16/2012

Marriage : 02/02/2013

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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Hi Kimmie,

I have never heard of anyone needing a subject access record. I thought if you have a "spent conviction" and it doesn't show up on your ACPO, then you would just get an MOC from the court who convicted you. It may or may not be available depending on how old the conviction is. If he has no arrest history then you just send ACPO...as far as I understood it anyway.


Married Sept.3,2010

02/11/2011: I130 Sent

02/21/2011: NOA1

06/22/2011: NOA2

06/30/2011: NVC

07/05/2011: DS-3032 email received

07/05/2011: DS-3032 emailed

07/06/2011: AOS Bill received

07/06/2011: AOS Fee Paid

07/09/2011: I864 Sent

07/11/2011: IV Fee Bill received

08/30/2011: IV Fee Paid

09/30/2011: IV Pkg Sent

10/24/2011: RFE (we dragged our feet from here on)

(forget all this for now, let's go on holiday!)

03/13/2012: NVC CASE COMPLETE!!

04/05/2012: Received interview appt email

06/22/2012: Medical @ Knightsbridge

06/29/2012: Interview 8am-Result: Pending

??/??/????: I601 Filed at Lock-Box

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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Hi Kimmie,

I have never heard of anyone needing a subject access record. I thought if you have a "spent conviction" and it doesn't show up on your ACPO, then you would just get an MOC from the court who convicted you. It may or may not be available depending on how old the conviction is. If he has no arrest history then you just send ACPO...as far as I understood it anyway.

Great - thank you so much! I think we were making it more confusing than it needed to be.


NOA1 : 02/15/12

NOA2 : 08/16/2012

NVC Rec'd : 08/27/2012

Medical : 09/14/2012

Interview : 10/31/2012

POE : 11/16/2012

Marriage : 02/02/2013

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