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Announcement from US Consulate in HCMC: New requirement for Police Clearance Certificate

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Here is the news on the website of US Consulate in HCMC. Look at the right side of the page. They require form #2 instead of form #1. Affect on 11/1/2012.

http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/immigrant-visas.html

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03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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When fillling out the form for PCC, they let you choose what type you want, just tick on PCC number 2 (số 2), then submit to officer at the Justice Dept.

You need to use the right form for each Justice Dept of each city, province. Just google it. Or can buy at their office.

http://www.sotuphap.hochiminhcity.gov.vn/Hnh%20nh%20bn%20tin/2012-6/Yeu%20cau%20cap%20LLTP%20Mau%20so%2003.doc

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03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Here is the news on the website of US Consulate in HCMC. Look at the right side of the page. They require form #2 instead of form #1. Affect on 11/1/2012.

http://hochiminh.usc...rant-visas.html

God bless you. Good luck on December. You have your case completed on August 29th, but still don't have have an interview date yet. It is a long wait ... Keep us posted !!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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God bless you. Good luck on December. You have your case completed on August 29th, but still don't have have an interview date yet. It is a long wait ... Keep us posted !!!

Thanks. I think I will receive appointment letter this Friday. I observe on vietditru and see that NVC schedules for Vietnam in the begining and middle of the month. I guess you will have your date on this upcoming Friday too.

Edited by sweetapple

03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Here is the news on the website of US Consulate in HCMC. Look at the right side of the page. They require form #2 instead of form #1. Affect on 11/1/2012.

http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/immigrant-visas.html

Thanks for the info!

Oh #######, I just got a new police certificate #1 to replace the soon-expired one which is already at NVC. Wonder if i'll have to get and present the #2 at the interview even though my #1 was accepted by NVC.

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Here is the news on the website of US Consulate in HCMC. Look at the right side of the page. They require form #2 instead of form #1. Affect on 11/1/2012.

http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/immigrant-visas.html

Does this mean if we haven't had an interview yet we have to submit #2 or it bases on the approval date of NOA 2? My NOA 2 was approved in August 16th and still haven't received interview date yet. Very worry and anxious :-(

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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According to their requirement, I think we have to submit #2. It affects on 11/1. So all have to follow, no matter what. Just play it safe.


03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Here is the email to US Consulate from a member of vietditru.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your inquiry.

Please note that the beneficiary is not required to submit the Police Certificate number 2 if he/she already submitted Police Certificate number 1 to NVC per NVC’s instruction.

If you have further inquiries, please DO NOT reply to this email but submit your inquiry again to: http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/contac ... iries.html. We WILL NOT respond to any inquiry sent directly to this email address.

Best regards,

Visa Information Team

U.S. Consulate General in HCMC

Hope it helps.


03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Here is the email to US Consulate from a member of vietditru.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your inquiry.

Please note that the beneficiary is not required to submit the Police Certificate number 2 if he/she already submitted Police Certificate number 1 to NVC per NVC’s instruction.

If you have further inquiries, please DO NOT reply to this email but submit your inquiry again to: http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/contac ... iries.html. We WILL NOT respond to any inquiry sent directly to this email address.

Best regards,

Visa Information Team

U.S. Consulate General in HCMC

Hope it helps.

This is what I get from US Consulate

As soon as an appointment has been set, our office will send out notification by mail known as the Appointment Letter. The Appointment Letter will give clear instructions regarding required documents, including the Justice Record Check. We would advise that you wait until receiving the Appointment Letter from our office to prepare documents. Otherwise, if you want to obtain the Justice Record Check in advance, you may wish to apply for the Justice Record Check #2 instead.

If you have further inquiries, please DO NOT reply to this email but submit your inquiry to:

http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/contact/ivinquiries.html

We WILL NOT respond to any inquiry sent directly to this email address.

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guys do we need to get this Police Certificate #2 for the interview since we turn in the Police Certificate #1 to the NVC already and accepted. Comments and answer pls.

If NVC has already accepted the old version you are fine.


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guys do we need to get this Police Certificate #2 for the interview since we turn in the Police Certificate #1 to the NVC already and accepted. Comments and answer pls.

I have the interview on 12/4 and my attorney tells me to get Police Certificate #2. My old one was accepted at NVC.


03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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guys do we need to get this Police Certificate #2 for the interview since we turn in the Police Certificate #1 to the NVC already and accepted. Comments and answer pls.

Might as well pay $12.50 to get the new one just to be sure.


Show Timeline:

Apr 2009 - We first met. Fear at first sight!
Apr 2009 - First date--actually to bernie c's wedding no less!
Aug 2009 - promise ring
Nov 2009 - moved in together
Mar 2010 - pregnant!
May 2010 - engagement
Jun 2010 - wedding
Dec 2010 - its a girl!
Dec 2010 - signed marriage cert
May 2012 - got CRBA and passport for baby
06-16-2012 - I-130 Package sent for CR1 spousal visa
06-26-2012 - NOA-1 -> CSC
10-04-2012 - NOA-2
10-23-2012 - Paid AOS / Emailed DS-3032
11-08-2012 - Paid IV
11-21-2012 - Mailed AOS/IV packets
12-12-2012 - Received Checklist for Police Certificate (missing translation)
12-12-2012 - Mailed Translated PC
12-21-2012 - Case Completed at NVC. Qualified for IR1 visa
03-19-2013 - Interview


06-21-2012 - USCIS received I130 from abroad
06-26-2012 - NOA-1 -> CSC
10-04-2012 - NOA-2
12-21-2012 - Case Completed at NVC
03-19-2013 - Interview - Passed!

04-04-2013 - POE LAX 2 hour wait My parents picked us up!

04-16-2013 - Received green card

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