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2time Biometrics for adjustment of status...

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Japan
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I will go to biometrics again... This is 2nd time...

Anyone could approve biometrics for 2nd time? I heard from my friend that if someone refused their fingerprints at the1st time, it means the second time would be also refused.... I am worried and nervous about it.

If my fingerprints refused 2time again, I need to get police certifications of Japan and Canada...

Obtaining Canadian police certification is hard... It takes a few months, so I do not want to do that...

I would like to receive EAD asap....

If someone has already experienced this situation, please advise me.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Welcome to the forum.

There have been several recent threads about folks having to go back and re-do their biometrics (fingerprints), suggest that you review recent threads. I have heard that liberal use of hand lotion may help the process be successful.

YMMV.

Good luck on your immigration journey.


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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My wife failed once on her finger print during the AOS stage, and was successful during the second finger print appointment. She didn't use anything on her hands, but if it works use it.

During her ROC stage, my wife failed 2 times on the finger print and had to get a police clearance letter. She only needed a police clearance letter from the city in which she has resided (we didn't need a statewide records, and she was approved for ROC). We have only lived in one city since her arrival, so she only needed the one. Below is an example of what she had to do to get the letter:

Police Clearance Letters

You may obtain a clearance letter at the Records Section of the Police Department if you are a current or former City of XXX resident with proof of residency. The fee is $10.00 and includes notarization. We will ask for picture ID, and conduct a records check for criminal history within the City of XXX only. If you need a statewide records check, please contact the XXX State Patrol.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Japan
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Thank you guys!

I went to the office to do biometrics.... The officer was trying to again and again but the machine unable to read my fingerprints....Only my thumbs were good...

So, she said I might have to obtain police certification...

I have lived in Canada for about 4 years.. but it was back and forth. The last time I was living there in 2010..

Here is my resident history in 5 years.

2010, Canada ( almost 9 months in 2010)

2011-2014 Japan.

If you know, please let me know how long term USCIS ask me to submit Police Certification?

I mean it is for 5 years or..

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