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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hello, sorry like alot of others on here who could not find any specific info to this, as well as this may be a tad "unique" compared to the generalized question title.

My partner, he is from the Philippines, we have filed out K-1 visa, is preparing to get his NBI clearance, medical appointment(once we have the NVC case #), and some other documents a head of time.

One of those documents it states needed is "Police background/check/report from other country(ies) you have lived in for more than 6 months after the age 16".

My partner has had previously to J-1 visas(internship basically) in Rye, New York, for the same company. Both of these J1's were for more than 6 months. This info was listed on the original I-129 form.

When he goes onto the site to try to request these "foreign" police reports he says USA is not an option in the country selection.

My main question is, as I haven't found the answer myself unfortunately, is because he was in the U.S. both times for these internships, does this police background/check apply to him?

Or is it mainly if he were to have say lived in Japan for those 6 months instead?

Any guidance or answers would be greatly appreciated!!

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08/15/2014 : Met Online

06/30/2016 : I-129F Packet Sent

11/08/2016 : Interview - APPROVED!

11/23/2016 : POE - Dallas, Texas

From sending of I-129F petiton to POE - 146 days.

 

02/03/2017 - Married 

02/24/2017 - AOS packet sent

06/01/2017 - EAD/AP Combo Card Received in mail

12/06/2017 - I-485 Approved

12/14/2017 - Green Card Received in mail - No Interview

 

   

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Police reports are not required for time in the U.S.! They can pull those up themselves.

From the travel.gov website: Note: Present and former residents of the United States do NOT need to submit any U.S. police certificates.

https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/immigrate/immigrant-process/documents/Supporting_documents.html



Married: 5-July-2015
I-130 Petition Sent: 11-May-2016
NSC Received (Our Priority Date): 12-May-2016
NOA2 Received: 30-September-2016 141 days for I-130 approval
NOA2 Hard Copy Received: 06-October-2016
Petition Sent to NVC: 17-October-2016 17 days for petition to be sent to NVC
NVC Received: 21-October-2016 4 days to be received at NVC
NVC Case Number Assigned: 31-October-2016 10 days for case number to be assigned
NVC Welcome Letter Received: 3-November-2016 @ 12:10 AM 3 days from case number assigned until Welcome Letter received and invoices unlocked
IV and AOS Fees Unlocked: 3-November-2016 @ 7:00 AM
IV and AOS Fees Paid: 3-November-2016
DS-260 Unlocked: 7-November-2016 2.5 business days for DS-260 to be unlocked
DS-260 Submitted: 8-November-2016
AOS and IV Documents Sent: 9-November-2016
Scan Date: 14-November-2016 5 days to receive scan date due to a holiday/weekend
Medical expedite requested: 14-December-2016
Medical expedite approved at consulate: 19-December-2016 Expedite approved with consulate but denied at NVC; still need to wait for case complete
Case on Supervisor Review: 22-December-2016
Case sent to the Review Department: 13-January-2017
Case Complete: 24-January-2017     10 weeks and 2 days at NVC before case completed
Case arrived at consulate/CEAC status "Ready": 1-February-2017
Interview: 21-February-2017   We scheduled our own interview because we had an approved medical expedite with the consulate. By sheer luck we got such a quick interview date because someone cancelled their appointment less than 20 minutes prior
Interview Result: Approved!!
Visa Issued: 21-February-2017     Visa issued same day as interview
DHL tracking information received: 22-February-2017     DHL tracking number appeared 28 hours after interview, scheduled for delivery the next day
Visa in hand: 23-Feb-2017
US POE (Minneapolis): 26-Feb-2017

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No worries...he won't need to provide a police report for the U.S.


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/user/57425-tahoma/

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hello, sorry like alot of others on here who could not find any specific info to this, as well as this may be a tad "unique" compared to the generalized question title.

My partner, he is from the Philippines, we have filed out K-1 visa, is preparing to get his NBI clearance, medical appointment(once we have the NVC case #), and some other documents a head of time.

One of those documents it states needed is "Police background/check/report from other country(ies) you have lived in for more than 6 months after the age 16".

My partner has had previously to J-1 visas(internship basically) in Rye, New York, for the same company. Both of these J1's were for more than 6 months. This info was listed on the original I-129 form.

When he goes onto the site to try to request these "foreign" police reports he says USA is not an option in the country selection.

My main question is, as I haven't found the answer myself unfortunately, is because he was in the U.S. both times for these internships, does this police background/check apply to him?

Or is it mainly if he were to have say lived in Japan for those 6 months instead?

Any guidance or answers would be greatly appreciated!!

ben&zian

can you pls tell me if the Phil. NBI clearance your phil. spouse was issued has to be authenticated by the dept of foreign affairs, you know with that red ribbon on top of the clearance? or is the clearance complete as it is already?

thank you for your kind attention and help.

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ben&zian

can you pls tell me if the Phil. NBI clearance your phil. spouse was issued has to be authenticated by the dept of foreign affairs, you know with that red ribbon on top of the clearance? or is the clearance complete as it is already?

thank you for your kind attention and help.

No red ribbon is needed.


Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> http://www.visajourney.com/forums/user/57425-tahoma/

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