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my fiance has worked in saudi arabia as chef the past year. when going through the k1 checklist, i realized he would need a police clearance from all countries he has been in. has anybody here had trouble during the interview with police clearances? it is impossible to get a police clearance from saudi arabia when you have already left their country. this is making me anxious. any advise will be appreciated. thank you.


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Hi,

Please refer to the below:

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

It states: Police clearances are unavailable for third country nationals who no longer reside in the Kingdom.

Therefore, your fiance should be fine. If anything, print this out and bring it to the interview.


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I worked in AUH for 7 years and I was worried about it too. The Consul Officers knows, when I was interviewed they never asked about it. So never give voluntary informations not unless ask so NO WORRIES.


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(00days) 2018-10-01 Filed ONLINE - received Payment Confirmation the same day - paid by Credit Card

(04days) 2018-10-05 Received NOA by mail

(05days) 2018-10-06 Received email - Biometrics appointment is scheduled

(09days) 2018-10-10 Check my online account and my Biotmetrics Notification is attached and available

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my fiance has worked in saudi arabia as chef the past year. when going through the k1 checklist, i realized he would need a police clearance from all countries he has been in. has anybody here had trouble during the interview with police clearances? it is impossible to get a police clearance from saudi arabia when you have already left their country. this is making me anxious. any advise will be appreciated. thank you.

You can't get a police clearance from Saudi without being in country, so it is a waiver country. The CO during the interview will know this (or should ;) )

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

Pop over to the Philippines forum http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/

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