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Certificado Policial - Peru

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Hi all !!! Please tell me if anyone that has interviewed recently in Limaa for K-1, have you had to take certificado judicial, certificado judicial del consejo supremo de justicia militar, and certificando policial para viaje extranjero with you to the interview. My fiance says its on the list and so he is going to get these papers tomorrow. But I was just curious becuase I thought I read somewhere that you dont need them anymore for K-1. Thanks !


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Peru
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If those are on the list he received from the Embassy with his interview packet, then I'd say he needs them. For immigrant visas at least, they stopped requiring the police records because they can be cleaned so easily there and the Judicial and Penal records can confirm a clean slate more convincingly.

Just to be clear, he only needs the Military Judicial record if he has served in the Peruvian military. Otherwise, he needs the national Judicial record from Lima and national Penal record from Lima.

Here's the list for immigrant visas. I've never been able to figure out where they keep the K-1 list on their site, so I'll assume it's the same: http://lima.usembassy.gov/required_forms.html

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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If those are on the list he received from the Embassy with his interview packet, then I'd say he needs them. For immigrant visas at least, they stopped requiring the police records because they can be cleaned so easily there and the Judicial and Penal records can confirm a clean slate more convincingly.

Just to be clear, he only needs the Military Judicial record if he has served in the Peruvian military. Otherwise, he needs the national Judicial record from Lima and national Penal record from Lima.

Here's the list for immigrant visas. I've never been able to figure out where they keep the K-1 list on their site, so I'll assume it's the same: http://lima.usembassy.gov/required_forms.html

Agree!

Militares only if he has been in FAP, Marina or Ejercito. Otherwise not needed. Policiales to the best of my knowlegde not needed anymore, but it won't hurt to have it. It cost only 10 soles I believe. Best wishes...


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