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Filed: IR-2 Country: Philippines
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Just got my email for IR2 interview date and had a couple of questions. Under document status description and name. Looks like I have everything that they requested but I noticed that there where a couple of "O" listed under document status. "O" means The original document has been received and accepted as meeting post requirements. My question is are they using the word "post" as an location? which means that it meets the NVC requirements as it stands but may not meet USEM requirement upon viewing? Or are they saying they might need a different type of form or paper to meet final requirement at USEM. My second question is. I already have an NBI clearance do I still need a police certificate? Is there a different from police clearance and police certificate? The two items I got "O" listed under status are Birth Certificate and Police Certificate.

Thanks for all your help

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If there is an O listed, it means that you submitted an original and nothing more is needed for it. If a D is listed, it means that you sent a certified copy, in which case you send the original for the interview in case it is asked for. D means that you scanned a document and the original will be needed at the embassy.

NBI is required which should be listed as a Philippine Police Clearance. A police certificate is required from a country in which the applicant lived for more than one year (six months if you are applying for a K visa) after turning 16 years of age. So yes there is a difference between police clearance and police certificate. Police clearance for everyone, police certificate only if lived outside the Philippines.

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Filed: IR-2 Country: Philippines
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Again thank you VJ

If there is an O listed, it means that you submitted an original and nothing more is needed for it. If a D is listed, it means that you sent a certified copy, in which case you send the original for the interview in case it is asked for. D means that you scanned a document and the original will be needed at the embassy.

NBI is required which should be listed as a Philippine Police Clearance. A police certificate is required from a country in which the applicant lived for more than one year (six months if you are applying for a K visa) after turning 16 years of age. So yes there is a difference between police clearance and police certificate. Police clearance for everyone, police certificate only if lived outside the Philippines.

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