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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I called the NVC yesterday to check to see if our IR-1 / CR-1 case is complete and I was told we have an RFE for a Cambodian Police Certificate. My husband is Canadian (and currently lives in Canada) but lived in Cambodia for a year from 2007-2008. From everything I've seen a police certificate from Cambodia is only available if you have proof of current residency (which he obviously does not). I spoke to the NVC about this as the reciprocity list on the website is vague as well. The woman I spoke to said that we have to have it or a letter from the Ministry of Justice in Cambodia that says it's not available. Has anyone else run into this? I've tried calling and emailing the Cambodian US embassy, the US embassy in Cambodia and the Ministry of Justice in Cambodia but there's been no answer, full voicemail boxes or the emails have bounced back. This is all we need to complete our case. Any advice?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
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I called the NVC yesterday to check to see if our IR-1 / CR-1 case is complete and I was told we have an RFE for a Cambodian Police Certificate. My husband is Canadian (and currently lives in Canada) but lived in Cambodia for a year from 2007-2008. From everything I've seen a police certificate from Cambodia is only available if you have proof of current residency (which he obviously does not). I spoke to the NVC about this as the reciprocity list on the website is vague as well. The woman I spoke to said that we have to have it or a letter from the Ministry of Justice in Cambodia that says it's not available. Has anyone else run into this? I've tried calling and emailing the Cambodian US embassy, the US embassy in Cambodia and the Ministry of Justice in Cambodia but there's been no answer, full voicemail boxes or the emails have bounced back. This is all we need to complete our case. Any advice?

I keep trying to leave a message but it keep kicking me out. I would just mail a letter to the embassy they never answer the phone and it takes forever to get a email to the or from them. They send a email back saying re email using a special saying in the subject bar like 2nd email or something like that other wise you get canned response. USPS has flat rate international for like $29. If you need more help my wife has a cousin that works in the ministry maybe she can make a phone call (just inbox us) Good luck


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: France
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Hello there!

I was curious how your situations had been resolved. I'm in a similar case, having lived in Cambodia for four years but left more than a year ago, which means it's extremely difficult for me to procure the Cambodian police certificate.

I would be very grateful for any help or advice as we have received the NOA2 and are waiting to hear from the US Consulate.

Many thanks!

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