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Hi all,

 

I am in between a rock and a hard place here. I am doing Consular Processing through Santo Domingo and currently live in Vancouver, BC Canada. For my process, it says I need to provide a RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) as a supporting document. The problem is that RCMP wont give me a certificate because they do not provide certificate to people who do not reside in their municipality of jurisdiction (North Vancouver, which is another municipality), they sent me to the local Police Department (Vancouver PD) to get the certificate. I did get that certificate and sent it to NVC with my DS-260 application but it got rejected.

 

Does anyone has experience with this? PLEASE HELP! I really do not know what to do.

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9 minutes ago, luife13 said:

Hi all,

 

I am in between a rock and a hard place here. I am doing Consular Processing through Santo Domingo and currently live in Vancouver, BC Canada. For my process, it says I need to provide a RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) as a supporting document. The problem is that RCMP wont give me a certificate because they do not provide certificate to people who do not reside in their municipality of jurisdiction (North Vancouver, which is another municipality), they sent me to the local Police Department (Vancouver PD) to get the certificate. I did get that certificate and sent it to NVC with my DS-260 application but it got rejected.

 

Does anyone has experience with this? PLEASE HELP! I really do not know what to do.

Don't you have to reside in the same  country of the consulate to do direct consular filing?

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16 minutes ago, luife13 said:

Hi all,

 

I am in between a rock and a hard place here. I am doing Consular Processing through Santo Domingo and currently live in Vancouver, BC Canada. For my process, it says I need to provide a RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) as a supporting document. The problem is that RCMP wont give me a certificate because they do not provide certificate to people who do not reside in their municipality of jurisdiction (North Vancouver, which is another municipality), they sent me to the local Police Department (Vancouver PD) to get the certificate. I did get that certificate and sent it to NVC with my DS-260 application but it got rejected.

 

Does anyone has experience with this? PLEASE HELP! I really do not know what to do.

 

 

 

Why  through Santo Domingo? are u dominican?

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RCMP is Federal, so your Federal clearance should have nothing to do with your residence, as it checks records Canada-wide.

 

I obtained my RCMP check using a vendor who was licensed by the RCMP to do their fingerprinting.  

 

Not sure how you can obtain that if you’re not physically present in Canada to have your prints taken. 

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1 minute ago, Cryssiekins said:

RCMP is Federal, so your Federal clearance should have nothing to do with your residence, as it checks records Canada-wide.

 

I obtained my RCMP check using a vendor who was licensed by the RCMP to do their fingerprinting.  

 

Not sure how you can obtain that if you’re not physically present in Canada to have your prints taken. 

 

Visit this website for get more information about it.

 

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/where-do-get-a-criminal-record-check

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I am in canada 

2 minutes ago, Cryssiekins said:

RCMP is Federal, so your Federal clearance should have nothing to do with your residence, as it checks records Canada-wide.

 

I obtained my RCMP check using a vendor who was licensed by the RCMP to do their fingerprinting.  

 

Not sure how you can obtain that if you’re not physically present in Canada to have your prints taken. 

I am in Canada! Which vendor did you use? and thanks so much!

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19 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

Don't you have to reside in the same  country of the consulate to do direct consular filing?

I am from DR, so I could process through Canada or DR. By default I have to process through DR and I tried to change it to process through Vancouver but it was too much hassle.

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43 minutes ago, luife13 said:

I am in canada 

I am in Canada! Which vendor did you use? and thanks so much!

I used Clear Need.  Looks like they have 9 locations in BC.   Check the link below for one close to you.  

 

http://www.clearneed.com/english/affiliate_services/affiliates.html

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We used Commissionaires which has locations all over Canada. Make sure you request the Privacy Act check (your fingerprints are taken for the check but are not printed on the document you receive and submit to NVC) per the fall 2018 change in requirements! Also visit the Canada forum for much more Canada-specific info.

Edited by Ashhh

CR1 via Montreal Consulate

Chicago Dropbox

USCIS Texas Service Center

NOA1: 4/13/2018

NOA2: 10/19/2018

NVC Received: 11/5/2018

NVC Case # Created: 12/20/2018

AOS & IV packages submitted via CEAC: 1/6/2019

Rejected document resubmitted: 1/16/2019

NVC Case Complete: 1/30/2019

Interview: 3/22/2019

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