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Pakistan Police certificate - Maiden Name 0r Married Name

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hey guys,

In one of the forum I came across this question. Can you guys please enlighten me if a married woman from Pakistan need police certificate with her maiden name as well? Because in Pakistan it is pretty normal for a woman to change her name after marriage by going to NADRA. Please advise people who have gone through interview process already.

Thank you.

"So one of my friend was interviewed in Tbilisi embassy and they put her in AP because she had her police certificate with her husband's sir name and she didn't send her certificate with her ex-husband's surname. Has it happened to anybody else? I changed my maiden name after I got married and that's the name by which my passport and ID card is issued and for which I got police certificate. Should I get with my old name as well? As far as I know police cert is not even a requirement for Islamabad embassy. What do u guys think?"


IR1/CR1 Timeline:

01/24/2014: Married

02/11/2014: I130 Sent

02/19/2014: I130 NOA1

06/25/2014: I130 Approved (NOA2)

07/07/2014: NVC Received

07/16/2014: Case # and IIN Assigned

08/04/2014: Received DS 261 and AOS Invoice Email

08/04/2014: Submitted DS 261

08/06/2014: Paid AOS Fee

08/07/2014: AOS Package Sent

08/11/2014: AOS Package Scanned

08/30/2014: Received IV Bill

08/30/2014: Paid IV Bill

09/03/2014: IV Package Sent

09/03/2014: Submitted Ds-260

09/05/2014: IV Package Scanned

10/14/2014: Case Complete

12/01/2014: Medical (Completed)

12/16/2014: Interview Scheduled for 7:00 AM (APPROVED) :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:

12/17/2014: Visa "ISSUED" :dancing::dancing::dancing::dancing::dancing:

01/24/2015: POE - JFK, NY

ROC Timeline:

11/11/2016: I-751 sent to VSC

11/14/2016: I-751 package received at VSC

11/16/2016: Check cashed

11/18/2016: NOA1 Received

12/14/2016: Biometrics Appointment

10/17/17: Approval letter received in mail

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