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Does anyone know how to obtain a Kyrgyzstan Police Certificate without having to go to Kyrgyzstan itself? 

 

My fiance just had her interview in Moscow and was "denied" because we didn't have one. The interviewer even said everything else was great and we only needed this. 

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1 hour ago, Stivendepr said:

Does anyone know how to obtain a Kyrgyzstan Police Certificate without having to go to Kyrgyzstan itself? 

 

My fiance just had her interview in Moscow and was "denied" because we didn't have one. The interviewer even said everything else was great and we only needed this. 

Use this link to see what is required to get the Police Clearance for any country that you have lived in since the age of 16 more than 6 months.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country.html

Once you arrive on the landing page look to the left column and chose the first letter in the country's name that you are searching for. Once you land on the page for that country then scroll about 3/4's of the way down till you see "Police, Court, Prison Records".  Select it. Then locate "Police Certificates" which should be the first entry. Then check the availability of getting a PC from that country. If it states "Available: Only if applicant is physically present in the "the country's name". If that is the case then screen shoot the page and print and bring to your interview in the event that you need to prove to the CO that a PC from that country is not available for you to get unless you are physically in the country. That should prevent any problems at the interview.

 


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My wife had to get a Kyrgyz police certificate.  She had a relative that still lived there go get it.  Was not easy to get, but that was a little over 10 years ago.


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On 11/27/2018 at 3:32 AM, Stivendepr said:

Does anyone know how to obtain a Kyrgyzstan Police Certificate without having to go to Kyrgyzstan itself? 

 

My fiance just had her interview in Moscow and was "denied" because we didn't have one. The interviewer even said everything else was great and we only needed this. 

I would start here https://www.kgembassy.org/en/consular-issues/russkij-istrebovanie-dokumentov/

 

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If she has friends or family living there, they just need to get it for her. I had to get one from the Philippines and I went to the embassy, filled out a form request for a police certificate and they mailed it to a friend who did the leg work for me and then sent it back with dhl. My police cert from Turkmenistan, I just asked my family to get it

 

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