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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia

I am hoping someone can help me with a RFE my wife received today. The letter states "The applicant's fingerprints have been rejected twice as "illegible" As such he/she is required to provide a letter issued by the local law enforcement agency(s) where the applicant has resided in the U.S. indicating the applicant has "no criminal record". The record search should include all the aliases the applicant may have used in the past. A separate letter is required for each law enforcement district the applicant has resided in the United States during the previous five years.

I already received fingerprints from the FBI, but not sure if I need to send them since the letter did not request. Also I have read others on the this forum where they were required to prepare separate letters from their country. Does my wife need this? According to this letter it just says a separate letter is required for each law enforcement district the applicant has resided in the U.S. during the previous 5 years. She has lived in one city since arriving here in the U.S.

Thanks. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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