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Since the background check is a search of the RCMP database, does it actuallly matter to the consulate which local police jurisdiction you go to request your certificate from? I don't live in Toronto, but the cost there is around $22 compared to $40+ in surrounding areas.

My guess is this is ok because they seem to accept commissionares reports and I've read about people having to get another certificate in Montreal (because the one they originally got was too old) at the time of their interview.

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It shouldn't matter where you get it, as long as it has your full name and it's clearly stated that the national database was searched.


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I-129f sent - 2013/02/27 I-485 sent - 2013/12/17

NOA1 - 2013/03/05 NOA- 2013/12/24

NOA2 -2013/07/09 (126 days (4 months and 4 days) from NoA1) Biometrics- 2014/01/22 at Metairie, LA

Packet 3 mailed - 2013/08/02 NOA - Approved!!! 2014/08/28

Packet 4 received - 2013/08/12

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Since the background check is a search of the RCMP database, does it actuallly matter to the consulate which local police jurisdiction you go to request your certificate from? I don't live in Toronto, but the cost there is around $22 compared to $40+ in surrounding areas.

My guess is this is ok because they seem to accept commissionares reports and I've read about people having to get another certificate in Montreal (because the one they originally got was too old) at the time of their interview.

Mine was $25 right at an RCMP office. Montreal accepts them for up to a year.


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I got mine from the Toronto Police website and it worked just fine! :)


12-25-2011 - One Merry Christmas text started it all <3
01-28-2012 - We fell for each other
09-22-2012 - He asked me to be his forever girl
10-15-2012 - I-129F SENT
10-22-2012 - NOA1 Received

05-01-2013 - NOA2 Received

05-15-2013 - NVC Received

05-16-2013 - NVC Sent
05-23-2013 - Montreal Received
05-27-2013 - Packet 3 Sent

05-31-2013 - Packet 4 Received

05-01-2013 - Interview booked for August 12, 2013!!

07-10-2013 - Medical completed in Toronto!!

08-12-2013 - Interview - APPROVED!!

01-14-2016 - I-751 Removing Conditions - SENT

01-22-2016 - Check Cleared


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