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Hi All,

My wife filed CR1 for me in September 2014. I am living in UK now, my passport was issued in Cochin India. Do i need to get the PCC From the passport office in Cochin or can i get PCC from Indian consulate in Birmingham.

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Have you looked that reciprocity by country table on the NVC website?

http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/fees/reciprocity-by-country.html


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Got it mate

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Police Records

Indian Police Clearance Certificates should be obtained as follows:

  • All Indian nationals aged 16 and above, residing in India, should obtain police clearance certificates from the Regional Passport Office.
  • Indian passport holders residing outside India should obtain a statement from their local Indian Embassy, Consulate, High Commission, or Deputy High Commission confirming they have no criminal record.
  • Non-Indian applicants residing in India who are registered with the Foreigner Regional Registration Office (FRRO) should obtain police certificates from the FRRO serving their area of residence.
  • Non-Indian applicants residing in India who are not registered with the FRRO, such as foreigners holding Overseas Citizen of India status, should obtain police clearance certificates from the District Police Station serving their area of residence.
  • Indian police certificates are not available for foreign (non-Indian) applicants residing outside India.

Thank you very much NLR

CHEERS :)

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Thanks Jnsr for the reply

I got PCC from the local police station in India, Police clearance from ARCO UK since i am living in the UK for the last four years. what i am just wondering is that do i have to get passport clearance from regional passport office in India, I already got passport clearance certificate from the Indian consulate in Birmingham. is that enough?

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Thanks Jnsr for the reply

I got PCC from the local police station in India, Police clearance from ARCO UK since i am living in the UK for the last four years. what i am just wondering is that do i have to get passport clearance from regional passport office in India, I already got passport clearance certificate from the Indian consulate in Birmingham. is that enough?

As far as I know the Passport clearance from Birmingham should do they also give a red Stamp on your passport did you get that? ( if yes then I think your good) but I'm not quiet sure if you require a PCC from local police as you haven't been residing in India.

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Thanks NLR and Jnsr for replying

Yes when they the issued the PCC, the Indian embassy in Birmingham put a stamp on my passport and a white paper says " PCC issued for immigration purposes" date and signature,that's all nothing else in it.

Anyway as far as my research this will do, I don't need PCC from passport office in India, but i need the PCC from police office in my home town.

Keep everything in prayers , Lets see how things goes

Cheers and all the best guys, really appreciate your help

Thanks :yes:

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Thanks NLR and Jnsr for replying

Yes when they the issued the PCC, the Indian embassy in Birmingham put a stamp on my passport and a white paper says " PCC issued for immigration purposes" date and signature,that's all nothing else in it.

Anyway as far as my research this will do, I don't need PCC from passport office in India, but i need the PCC from police office in my home town.

Keep everything in prayers , Lets see how things goes

Cheers and all the best guys, really appreciate your help

Thanks :yes:

No problem.You will do great will surely keep you in my prayers. Good Luck :)

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