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Hope everyone is doing very well. Me and Ghie have pretty much got everything ready, accept we over looked obtaining a police record for when she was in Japan for 6 months. Does anyone here know the most expedisous way of obtaining a police record (other then flying there) from Japan to Manila? My thoughts are to contact the Japanese Embassey in Manila and ask them. I am not too worried about it, as I don't think our interview will be until around January or first week of Feb., she on the other hand is worried we will not be able to obtain it. Anyone else experience this? Thanks and God Bless you all! Stacy


Remember: "No matter how bad things SEEM to be, it could ALWAYS BE WORSE!"

K1 JOURNEY:

01/02/2006 - Met online.

05/15/2003 - Met first time in Manila.

06/10/2006 - Engagement.

09/09/2006 - I-129F Sent to VSC.

09/11/2006 - I-129F Signed for at VSC

09/26/2006 - I-129F Approved (through Email)

09/27/2006 - Touched

10/04/2006 - Received Approval from NVC!!!! (Hardcopy)

10/09/2006 - Fiancee recieves Notice of Reciept from US Embassey, Manila!!!!

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Hope everyone is doing very well. Me and Ghie have pretty much got everything ready, accept we over looked obtaining a police record for when she was in Japan for 6 months. Does anyone here know the most expedisous way of obtaining a police record (other then flying there) from Japan to Manila? My thoughts are to contact the Japanese Embassey in Manila and ask them. I am not too worried about it, as I don't think our interview will be until around January or first week of Feb., she on the other hand is worried we will not be able to obtain it. Anyone else experience this? Thanks and God Bless you all! Stacy

Applicants Outside of Japan: Former legal residents, former illegal aliens, and Japanese citizens, should apply at the nearest Japanese Consulate. Processing time: Two to three months.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/reciprocity/C...der/J/Japan.htm


YMMV

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Thanks fwaguy for that. I read that last night, but missed it as it was very late. Thank you again. I hope they can provide expedicited service. Thanks. Stacy


Remember: "No matter how bad things SEEM to be, it could ALWAYS BE WORSE!"

K1 JOURNEY:

01/02/2006 - Met online.

05/15/2003 - Met first time in Manila.

06/10/2006 - Engagement.

09/09/2006 - I-129F Sent to VSC.

09/11/2006 - I-129F Signed for at VSC

09/26/2006 - I-129F Approved (through Email)

09/27/2006 - Touched

10/04/2006 - Received Approval from NVC!!!! (Hardcopy)

10/09/2006 - Fiancee recieves Notice of Reciept from US Embassey, Manila!!!!

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