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- Police certificates from each country in which the applicant has resided for one year or longer. The certificate(s) must be issued within one year of the date of the visa appointment. NOTE: An applicant must present a police certificate from his/her country of current residence and country of nationality, if residence in such country exceeds 6 months


i have a police clearance (NBI) from the Philippines that will expire on January 2019 and I'm still waiting for our NOA 2 July filer here, should I still need to acquire an updated police clearance from the Philippines since i moved here in Canada 2 years ago?

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1 minute ago, ErickandLeo said:

Nope, and no plans yet to visit the Philippines

Then no 



Read the bottom of police certs. 

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