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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Hello everyone. I have two questions in regards to the police certificate.

The place where my husband gets his police certificate from, what does he tell them it's for? For the US Embassy or for the NVC.. or what exactly?

The police certificate is valid for 3 months, right? My husband is planning on getting his soon, so if it expires prior to the interview, does the US Embassy require him to get a new one?

Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide me. :):content:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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yes if it expired he will be required to get a new one, before you send it to NVC make sure its translated to English. Send both Arabic and English translation. Triple double check, you send the translated version, I forget to send the english translation and we got checked list :(


  • Got Married: July 25, 2015 (L)

  • Sent I-130: August 23, 2016

I-130: Approved! wohoo! February 17, 2016

NVC Received: March 07, 2016

Sent IV Package : March 28, 2016 We got a checked list :ranting: - NVC lost English translated police certificate :protest: wuah! delayed us 1 month!

Received Instruction and interview appointment letter- June 29, 2016

Interview in Cairo August 29, 2016 :idea: - Interview went well, Approved :) wohoo!!!! *I (petitioner) attended interview with my husband. Overall interview went well, (with the help of this forum) questions asked to me When did I arrive Egypt? How many times have I visited? Do I live in Egypt? Questions asked to my husband Where did we meet? How did we connect?(this is what she asked, i guess she meant how did we stay in touch) Did we have a wedding?

Visa ready August 31, 2016.

Habibi (L) Received VISA September 08, 2016 :dancing:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Interesting, We didn't get an english translation of the police certificate and had no problems...

We DID get 2 police certificates. We made sure to get a new one before the interview. Because they expire and because we just didn't want to take a chance.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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yes if it expired he will be required to get a new one, before you send it to NVC make sure its translated to English. Send both Arabic and English translation. Triple double check, you send the translated version, I forget to send the english translation and we got checked list :(

Interesting, We didn't get an english translation of the police certificate and had no problems...

We DID get 2 police certificates. We made sure to get a new one before the interview. Because they expire and because we just didn't want to take a chance.

Thank you thisFUNjouney and dillygoose for your replies. I'll just be safe and get translations when the time comes. I still have not been approved yet by USCIS.. my PD is April 7; just preparing documents for the next stage and being sure what I need to do next. Hoping soon we'll be approved. :) Thanks again :)

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