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Obtaining Police C dertifcate Canada

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I am having trouble locating specific instructions for obtaining a police cdertificate in Canada. Currently, I live in Taiwan but lived in Canada for a period exceeding 12 months. I have no police records and am applying for immigration to the US. My questions are as follows:

1) Do I have to apply in person?

2) Is there an official form I need to fill out?

3) Do I need to provide a set of fingerprints or can they do a check by name?

4) If I need to provide a set of fingerprints how do I have them submitted electronically and how do I direct where to have the results submitted by the RCMP?

Thanks in advance.

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This link should answer all your questions: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cr-cj/fing-empr2-eng.htm



  • 04/14/12 - Married
    05/10/12 - Filed I-130 Petition
    05/17/12 - NOA1 Received
    05/22/12 - I797C Received
    08/02/12 - NOA2 Received
    08/30/12 - DS3032(DS261) & I864 bill received, sent, & paid
    09/01/12 - Receive I-864 Package
    09/08/12 - Submit I-864 Package
    09/14/12 - Receive & pay IV Invoice
    09/18/12 - IV Payment Complete & DS-260 Unlocked
    09/20/12 - Submit DS-260
    10/04/12 - Submit DS-260 Supporting Documents
    10/10/12 - Medical
    10/15/12 - Resubmitted I-864 Package
    10/18/12 - Case Complete
    11/01/12 - Case expedited to Montreal
    11/14/02 - Interview
    11/14/02 - APPROVED

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From the link above "The ability to submit fingerprints electronically to the RCMP is not currently available outside Canada".

However http://www.pacificfingerprintservice.ca/ seem to suggest they can do international via cardscan which is what I did albeit within Canada. Electronic prints are your only method of getting faster results so I would contact these guys or another accredited service to inquire. Electronic prints get results within 1 week.

Edited by CanLee


  • 04/14/12 - Married
    05/10/12 - Filed I-130 Petition
    05/17/12 - NOA1 Received
    05/22/12 - I797C Received
    08/02/12 - NOA2 Received
    08/30/12 - DS3032(DS261) & I864 bill received, sent, & paid
    09/01/12 - Receive I-864 Package
    09/08/12 - Submit I-864 Package
    09/14/12 - Receive & pay IV Invoice
    09/18/12 - IV Payment Complete & DS-260 Unlocked
    09/20/12 - Submit DS-260
    10/04/12 - Submit DS-260 Supporting Documents
    10/10/12 - Medical
    10/15/12 - Resubmitted I-864 Package
    10/18/12 - Case Complete
    11/01/12 - Case expedited to Montreal
    11/14/02 - Interview
    11/14/02 - APPROVED

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