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Casier Judiciaire (Morocco)

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I am asking for a friend who is currently at the NVC stage and received a letter for a missing casier judiciaire for her husband who is in Morocco. The question she has is do you get this document in the city he lives in now or in his birthplace ? My husband actually went to his birthplace to get it. NVC is also telling her they don't need the translated copy - has something changed ?  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks !

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He gets from his home city and he needs 2 clearances and they do need translations

has not changed 

someone did not know what they were talking about

better to send the arabic and english always to cover your butt


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