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AOS and police reports.

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I am a UK citizen in the US on a K1 visa. I am now married and looking to adjust status.

My question is: 

Are the Police Certificate and Subject Access Request, taken together, sufficient to satisfy the requirement on the i-485, or must I obtain further documentation from the British police, and if so, precisely what and from whom?

Some details follow. I was arrested and released without charge in 2008, in the UK, as reported in my K1 visa application process.

I have both a Police Certificate and a Subject Access Request, which were submitted at interview with the consular officer in London.

The Police Certificate, dated 11th July, 2018, states "No trace". The Subject Access Request mentions the arrest, and confirms "No further action".

The consular officer referred my case "upstairs", due to the arrest, meaning "the FBI, basically". Some weeks later my K1 visa was approved.

I now come to the i-485 adjustment of status.
The instructions state:

"You must submit certified police and court records for any criminal charges, arrests, or convictions you may have.

"If you were ever arrested..and no criminal charges were filed, you must submit:

"1) An original or certified copy of the complete arrest report; and

"2) Either an official statement by the arresting or detaining agency or prosecutor's office OR an applicable court order that indicates the final disposition of your arrest or detention."

I have tried contacting the police in city I was arrested, but so far they have sent me to numbers that either don't seem to work or are permanently engaged.

ACRO, who issue the police report, say they cannot supply anything more than I already have, and told me that in the UK there is no such document as an "arrest report".

Adding to my stress is the fact that my K1 visa will expire in mid-January.

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You have #2 above. You can alway submit AOS and see if they RFE. At least you get it started.

 

Have you emailed the local police force and asked for any documentation that have with your name on it concerning an incident on that date? Or are you just trying to call them?

 

Your visa is already expired.  It's over the day you use it to enter the US. 

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