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Too upset, got a checklist IR1 CR1 VISA

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So, we knew it and got that feeling that we will gonna get a checklist, we hired an attorney and gave us a list for the IV packet documents that we needed, nbi clearance was never stated in there instead it was police clearance and as I have been on here most of the time by the time I sent our packet, I later found out that nbi clearance is actually one of the document we need. We really thought we could never go wrong with lawyers assisting us, but lesson learned. Anyways,

Question: I just submitted my nbi clearance today, does it actually takes 60 days again before they review it? We actually thought we will gonna be having a January interview, looks NOT! Hopefully everyone is having a smooth and fast process!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Yes, i read the iv documents and nbi is not listed. But i sent the nbi instead since its more specific than local police clearance. When was your scanned date? Yes, another 60 days. Sorry about that.

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Hi sorry to say but true another 60 days but your not alone your right behind me cuz i had to get a police clearance from Singapore also and that took 3 weeks to process

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/fees/reciprocity-by-country/RP.html


Police records

Available and reasonably reliable. Philippine-born immigrant visa applicants 16 years and over are required to furnish certificates issued by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). The green NBI certificate annotated for travel abroad is the correct certificate. Other colors are for local use only. Foreign-born applicants who have resided in the Philippines for six months or more may be issued NBI clearances upon application either in person or by mail. Applicants residing outside the Philippines should send requests for certificates together with money orders or bank drafts for the fees and postage to IRD-Mailed Clearance Section, National Bureau of Investigation, Taft Avenue, Metro Manila, Philippines. Philippine Embassies abroad can assist Filipinos in obtaining NBI police clearances. The NBI has its own fingerprint charts and personal data forms that it will send to the requesting applicant for execution. Most applicants abroad find it more expeditious to have a relative or friend in the Philippines assist them in obtaining their certificates from the NBI. In that instance, a letter of authorization is required. The applicant may also submit a copy ("personal copy") of a prior NBI clearance to facilitate the processing of a new clearance. Posts are advised that not all arrests and convictions occurring outside of Manila are reported to the NBI. NBI's criminal records database is not foolproof and the remarks provided on reports require explanation.*Manila and major Philippine cities have computerized records.

Fees

Application in person: 115 pesos

Application by mail: 200 pesos which must be paid through money order or bank draft (negotiable in the Philippines and payable to the Director of the National Bureau of Investigation).

Location

Applicants who prefer to secure the certificate personally must proceed to the NBI Clearance Center at:

5th Floor, Victory Central Mall
Old Victory Compound , Rizal Avenue
Monumento, Caloocan City

Or to the following Satellite Offices and Renewal Kiosks:

Satellite Offices:

Quezon City Hall Rodriguez (Rizal) Municipal Hall
Muntinlupa City Hall Marikina (Riverbanks)
Las Pinas City Hall Taytay (Rizal) Municipal Hall
Mandaluyong City Hall Los Banos (Laguna) Municipal Hall
Caloocan City Hall POEA (Ortigas)
Valenzuela City Hall

Renewal Kiosks:

SM Megamall (Mandaluyong City)
Park Square I (Makati City)
Tutuban Center (Divisoria)

For NBI provincial offices, please visit this link: http://www.nbi.gov.ph/field_offices.html.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Liberia
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Unfortunately I got a checklist for my income being shot $4. My first 60 days was yesterday. But since I had to redo my I-864 for the $4 difference I'm waiting another 60 days. I'm almost one month into that the 23rd of this month.

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Hi sorry to say but true another 60 days but your not alone your right behind me cuz i had to get a police clearance from Singapore also and that took 3 weeks to process

It took me one month.

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