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Trillian42

Federal and State Police Criminal Records - Brazil

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Hi all,

I guess this is mainly directed to those who went through Rio de Janeiro Consulate.

I got my criminal records today from the Federal Police website, and one from the State Police website. They were automaticaly generated. No signature, just a number you can use to validade de criminal records using a different link.

Those who had their interview, is that what they are asking for? How did you get your criminal records?

I appreciate any help :)


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NOA1: 22nd Oct 2012

RFE: 1st May 2013

NOA2: 16th May 2013, 206 days from NOA1.

NVC received: 31st May 2013

Interview: July 16th - APPROVED!

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Yes, you can print from the website. We validated the records, as well, though it wasn't needed.


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K-1 Journey

09/24/2012 sent I-120F

09/27/2012 NOA1

04/19/2013 NOA2

04/30/2013 file received at NVC

05/07/2013 file received at Brazilian Consulate

06/11/2013 Interview in Rio de Janeiro - Approved!

07/18/2013 Visa Received (over one month delay at Consulate!)

07/19/2013 Fiancé entered USA

07/21/2013 Wedding

AOS

08/15/2013 sent AOS, EAD, and AP

01/27/2014 received Green card

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Just make sure to read and understand what the consulate website states for each police record because the states can be different! For example, my fiance did not need an additional one, other than the policia federal, for Brasilia because it is not a state (I guess it makes sense now but it was confusing for us before) He also lived in Sao Paulo for a while and needed one from there. After getting one from online (i'm not sure WHERE he got this) he presented it at the consulate on the day of his interview and it was incorrect! He had to go all the way to SP to get it in person! So just call the state office, the numbers are listed on the consulate site... it can never hurt to double... or triple check!

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