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K1 - AFP Certificate - Do I need fingerprints?

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Sorry, not sure if this is the right spot to post in.

I just got my packet with my interview appointment date and need to do a police clearance (Australian federal police certificate). Found out i can do it online (if fingerprints aren't required), but do i need fingerprints as well?

The email doesn't specify.

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19th July 2016 -- K1 Petition sent to TX Lockbox

27th July 2016 -- NOA1 Received

7th September 2016 -- NOA2 Received

27th September 2016 -- Sydney Consulate Received

6th October 2016 -- Packet 4 Received

29th November 2016 -- Interview Date

29th November 2016 -- Approved at interview

5th December 2016 -- Visa Package Received

16th December 2016 -- Entered US on K1 (PoE San Francisco)

 

23rd December 2016 -- Married!

 

8th March 2017 -- Filed AoS, EAD, AP

18th March 2017 -- NOA1 for AoS, EAD, AP

1st August 2017 - Email notification that GC has been mailed
18th August 2017 - Mailed GC back after name error (Maiden name instead of married name), USCIS fault, filed with I-90 Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card

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20th March 2018 - Currently still waiting on replacement GC with correct name.
3rd August 2018 - I-90 Form Approved.

7th August 2018 - Replacement card produced.

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Sorry, not sure if this is the right spot to post in.

I just got my packet with my interview appointment date and need to do a police clearance (Australian federal police certificate). Found out i can do it online (if fingerprints aren't required), but do i need fingerprints as well?

The email doesn't specify.

I got it without fingerprints (however I love abroad) and I was fine just doing it online. Just make sure that you check that one box somewhere which says that it's a full name check and full disclosure.

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I recently had the name check only without fingerprints and it was accepted without question and my visa was issued shortly after. I would suggest getting the full disclosure one but the fingerprints isnt necessary if you have no reason to need it.

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