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Hiya...My husband's a soldier in the British Army, and served for 2 years in Canada. Would he be required to have a police certificate from Canada, as well as the UK? Technically, he was on British soil, even while in Canada, so I don't know exactly how to handle this....Any advice would be appreciated!

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As far as I know Canada is a sovereign nation although they are a part of the Commonwealth. What makes you think that Canada is British soil?

If you are talking about diplomatic missions then it is theoretically of that country's property&soil.


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Hiya...My husband's a soldier in the British Army, and served for 2 years in Canada. Would he be required to have a police certificate from Canada, as well as the UK? Technically, he was on British soil, even while in Canada, so I don't know exactly how to handle this....Any advice would be appreciated!

No, he does not need a police certificate for any countries he was in while he was enlisted (that's what you meant by "on British soil", right?).

MY UKC was in the Navy, and his copies of his enlistment during that time was sufficient for his visa application.


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Hiya...My husband's a soldier in the British Army, and served for 2 years in Canada. Would he be required to have a police certificate from Canada, as well as the UK? Technically, he was on British soil, even while in Canada, so I don't know exactly how to handle this....Any advice would be appreciated!

No, he does not need a police certificate for any countries he was in while he was enlisted (that's what you meant by "on British soil", right?).

MY UKC was in the Navy, and his copies of his enlistment during that time was sufficient for his visa application.

Yep, same for my husband and his 13 years in the RAF during which he was posted to several countries--all he needs is his RAF records to cover that time span.


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Thank you all so much for your advice and quick answers. It's so good to know that someone else is going through (or has been through) all of this with me! But just so I'm clear, and am covering all the bases....We lived together as a married couple off-post in Canada while he was stationed there in the British Army. He still wouldn't need a police certificate from Canada? I'm sorry for being redundant, but I just want to make sure......

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