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Does my wife need a Police Clearance Report?

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I am a living in Thailand with my wife. We are at the packet 3 stage. I am trying to determine whether my wife will need to get Thai Police Clearance Certificate.

After we got married in China, my Chinese wife came to live with me in Thailand. She still considers China her home.

She has been staying in Thailand on an annual dependent visa extension from December 2011 but since then she has been out of Thailand about 277 days.
(1) 2012, she made 3 overseas trips for a total of 110 days.
(2) 2013, she made 2 overseas trips for a total of 75 days.
(3) 2014, she made 2 overseas trips for a total of 92 days.
Given the number of days she has been out of Thailand, does US Immigration still require a Thai Police Clearance Certificate from her?

Thanks for any advice.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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I would say yes, because however much time she spend outside of Thailand, she is considered a resident there (she has a resident visa).


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Romania
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she will need her police records from all of the countries she had spent more than 6 months , I had to get one from Spain and one from Romania also


K1/K2 Visa
05-28-2014 - I-129F Sent
06-09-2014 - I-129F NOA1
10-27-2014 - I-129F NOA2
12-05-2014 - NVC Received
12-08-2014 - Left NVC 
12-12-2014 - Consulate Received
12-15-2014 - Pack 3 Received

01-08-2015 - Interview Date APPROVED!!!!!
01-11-2015 - Visa Received
01-16-2015 - US Entry
03-25-2015 - Marriage

AOS

08-28-2015 - AOS pack sent in 00-00-20__ - I-751 Sent
08-31-2015 - NOA for all 3 packs received via email
09-29-2015 - Bio Appt
11-27-2015 - Approval (No interview)
12-03-2015- Green card received

ROC

10-04-2017- I-751 sent

10-16-2017- NOA 1

11-14-2017 - Bio. Appt.

2 extension letters received 

03-06-2019 - RFE

06-15-2019 - requested a passport stamp/approved 

06-18-2019 - 10 years green card approved (no interview)

USC

07-05-2019 - N400 sent online

07-06-2019 - Noa 1

07-25-2019 - Bio.Appt

 

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she will need her police records from all of the countries she had spent more than 6 months , I had to get one from Spain and one from Romania also

For ir1/cr1 it is normally 1 year, not 6 months. However the OP'S wife has a resident visa for Thailand and it sounds like she will be interviewing there so better safe than sorry. I agree with penguin.

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