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Can't find answer...Still waiting for approval (NOA2) for our K1 Visa and just looking to be prepared. It says I need a police check from every Country I've lived in for more than 6 months. Back in 2012-2013, I went over to teach in Bali, Indonesia...Has anyone else been in the same situation? Do I need a police check from Indonesia for that 1 year, and how to I go about getting it? Thanks In Advance!

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Ordinarily you would need a police certificate from everywhere you have lived over the age of 16. But in the case of Indonesia, due to the unreliable nature of record-keeping and other bureaucracy issues, police certificates are not required. Expect a longer AP instead. 

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27 minutes ago, KevJo said:


Administrative Processing: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/administrative-processing-information.html Expect a longer AP.

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