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Hey everyone

So, our case was completed on August 25th and we found out today that our interview is scheduled for October 19th.

When we submitted all of our documents to the NVC, we included a Police Name Check that said that there was a possible match for a criminal record. For the record, my husband DOES have one DUI conviction from 2010 (he was drunk and had his keys in his pocket). We also included his court record with the Canadian Criminal Code under which my husband was charged, the disposition of his case, and the penalty imposed.

I was just reading that if you have a conviction, then you need to get the "Certified Criminal Record Check" from the RCMP, which lists what my husband's court record provides. Our case was completed without a hitch, but now I'm starting to panic about the interview.

Since my husband's court record provides the information listed in a Certified Criminal Record check, will we be ok when he goes for his interview?

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