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Question, My fiancee has an expired police clearance from Canada as she lived / worked there earlier this year. She sent off to get her police clearance again as the prior one is expired now. Can she take the expired clearance to the interview @ the Manila embassy, or will they require a current clearance as they are only good for 6 months...and we obviously know with this process it can be dragged out longer than that.

If she needs a new one, can soemone direct me to what we actually need to do. We followed to the T what the RCMP requested, and our request was sent back with a letter stating what was wrong...and now this may delay our interview until we can get it if the expired one is not accepted....

Please HELP...

I don't want to get denied again and continue waiting as we have already SOOOOO long...

May I add the letter indicating what was wrong / the request hasnt' been recieved yet by her....So we have no idea what was missed / wrong.


Our Timeline
Started Talking as friends 7/2011
Became a couple 1/2012
Met in Canada 5/2012
Propsed as I knew she was the woman for me 5/3/2012.
Sent K-1 Off to the Chicago Lockbox 6/11/2012
NoA 1 6/13/2012
NoA 2 12/19/2012
Embassy Intervew 02/07/2013 (APPROVED)
Visa Recieved 2/14/2013
CFO Seminar 2/15/2013
Flight 3/1/2013 POE Detriot, MI, and then home to NC!!!!

Sent off AoS / EAD / AP Packet 7/19

NoA 1 EAD / AP / AOS 7/23

EAD / AP Card Recieved 9/27.

The wonderful world of the AoS....

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What do you mean by "denied again?"

Without knowing anything about the "denial," I would say that the applicant should attend the interview. If the consular officer won't accept the police clearance, the consular officer will issue the applicant a 221g which will tell them that they have to submit an updated police report before a visa can be issued.


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What do you mean by "denied again?"

Without knowing anything about the "denial," I would say that the applicant should attend the interview. If the consular officer won't accept the police clearance, the consular officer will issue the applicant a 221g which will tell them that they have to submit an updated police report before a visa can be issued.

I mean denied again as in sending the police cleareance(again) meeting the same requirements and getting a letter stating we are returning your information for "X" reasons. We did everything they asked and have no idea why they are returning it to us as we have not recieved the letter yet, but the interivew is less than 30 days away at this point.


Our Timeline
Started Talking as friends 7/2011
Became a couple 1/2012
Met in Canada 5/2012
Propsed as I knew she was the woman for me 5/3/2012.
Sent K-1 Off to the Chicago Lockbox 6/11/2012
NoA 1 6/13/2012
NoA 2 12/19/2012
Embassy Intervew 02/07/2013 (APPROVED)
Visa Recieved 2/14/2013
CFO Seminar 2/15/2013
Flight 3/1/2013 POE Detriot, MI, and then home to NC!!!!

Sent off AoS / EAD / AP Packet 7/19

NoA 1 EAD / AP / AOS 7/23

EAD / AP Card Recieved 9/27.

The wonderful world of the AoS....

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