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Would it be an issue for denial of visa if in the past was served arrest warrant? but not convicted, not even reach to court hearing and settled right away. There is a question in ds230 form question #41that made us confused because 3 intances were there in 1 question and only one instance apply to me. I guess i have to answer yes and explain my concern. But im worried if having that issue would be a hindrance to applying an immigrant visa.... Pls give some insights fellow vj'rs. Thanks.

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Would it be an issue for denial of visa if in the past was served arrest warrant? but not convicted, not even reach to court hearing and settled right away. There is a question in ds230 form question #41that made us confused because 3 intances were there in 1 question and only one instance apply to me. I guess i have to answer yes and explain my concern. But im worried if having that issue would be a hindrance to applying an immigrant visa.... Pls give some insights fellow vj'rs. Thanks.

Just tell the truth and explain. Also, if you are not convicted ensure that you have all the documents stating that the case was dismissed. You will need those documents (send the original copy to NVC/USCIS , then have an authenticated photocopy for your self). Also, double check if it is on your NBI (they call it hit) because upon interview if they see your NBI status as "NO CRIMINAL RECORD" USEM Manila will ask an explanation. Just ensure you have all the copy of the case.

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@02087

YES, the NBI is hit, but in the court clearance and fiscal clearance i never had any case whatsoever, no record at all. Even in my police clearance im clear. Only the NBI i got hit. The only supporting docs i have is my police, fiscal and police clearance. You think this would be enough proof?

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@08027!

That case happened 26 yrs ago and i dont know where can i get that dox for case dismissed... It did not reach to court, it was just settled right away... Im getting confused here again cause i dont have any record at court, fiscal and police at all.

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The reason NBI has put a HIT on the NBI clearance. NBI was the handling agency for the arrest warrant issued. In fact it did reach the courts because an arrest warrant was issued. Even though the issue may have been settle between you and the other party. The courts should have a record of the initial complaint and closure of settlement between the two parties.

In any fact NBI has added you to the HIT list due to the arrest warrant that was issued. Your name was added to there database.

Will it hurt you? As long as you provide the Police Clearance, NBI Clearance and any supporting documents to show that it was cleared in or out of court. You can also obtain a Barangay Clearance as additional supporting documentation. This will just show you are a resident in your Barangay of good standings, and no criminal records in the Barangay of residence.

You will need to explain to Consulate the HIT. What were reason for the complaint and issuance of the arrest warrant.


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The reason NBI has put a HIT on the NBI clearance. NBI was the handling agency for the arrest warrant issued. In fact it did reach the courts because an arrest warrant was issued. Even though the issue may have been settle between you and the other party. The courts should have a record of the initial complaint and closure of settlement between the two parties.

In any fact NBI has added you to the HIT list due to the arrest warrant that was issued. Your name was added to there database.

Will it hurt you? As long as you provide the Police Clearance, NBI Clearance and any supporting documents to show that it was cleared in or out of court. You can also obtain a Barangay Clearance as additional supporting documentation. This will just show you are a resident in your Barangay of good standings, and no criminal records in the Barangay of residence.

You will need to explain to Consulate the HIT. What were reason for the complaint and issuance of the arrest warrant.

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Thank you guys for a quick reply... I have the barangay clearance as well cause the court and fiscal clearance needs it before they can issue a clearance. By the way, i might as well ask the court if they do have the case in their record even if they already issue me a clearance. Once again, many thanks Fellow vj'rs.

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Thank you guys for a quick reply... I have the barangay clearance as well cause the court and fiscal clearance needs it before they can issue a clearance. By the way, i might as well ask the court if they do have the case in their record even if they already issue me a clearance. Once again, many thanks Fellow vj'rs.

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Just tell the truth and explain. Also, if you are not convicted ensure that you have all the documents stating that the case was dismissed. You will need those documents (send the original copy to NVC/USCIS , then have an authenticated photocopy for your self). Also, double check if it is on your NBI (they call it hit) because upon interview if they see your NBI status as "NO CRIMINAL RECORD" USEM Manila will ask an explanation. Just ensure you have all the copy of the case.

im just confused with ur statement "Also, double check if it is on your NBI (they call it hit) because upon interview if they see your NBI status as "NO CRIMINAL RECORD" USEM Manila will ask an explanation." since "no criminal record" why would they ask u an explanation? my NBI states NO RECORD ON FILE but i have a HIT...

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hit means there is a person who's name is like urs so the nbi needs to verify the records first before they issued u the clearance.. like me i have a hit too...

the only difference in our name is that we have a different middle name...

as long as u dont have record on file/ criminal record on file u are good to go...

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