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After my interview at US embassy Islamabad I have been asked to provide police clearance certificate from UK where I lived for 2 years for study almost 15 years ago. The problem is, they kept my passport but to acquire certificate I need coloured copy of my passport, I only have black and white. So, do I need to request my passport back or ask embassy to provide me coloured scan copy? Also, if someone has gone through this process, plz guide 

1. Did u applied for certificate online or by mail.

2. Did u provided an endorser who is not UK national (it doesnt tell on website)

3. What was your mode of fee payment for application.

 Any experience in this regard would be highly appreciated. 

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4 hours ago, Aiman1 said:

After my interview at US embassy Islamabad I have been asked to provide police clearance certificate from UK where I lived for 2 years for study almost 15 years ago. The problem is, they kept my passport but to acquire certificate I need coloured copy of my passport, I only have black and white. So, do I need to request my passport back or ask embassy to provide me coloured scan copy? Also, if someone has gone through this process, plz guide 

1. Did u applied for certificate online or by mail.

2. Did u provided an endorser who is not UK national (it doesnt tell on website)

3. What was your mode of fee payment for application.

 Any experience in this regard would be highly appreciated. 

Hello,

I've recently applied and received mine, however I am a UK national and have not lived anywhere else. I also had my passport to ensure I had all required documentation. It may be worth requesting your passport, or coloured copies of your passport. 

 

Please see below 3 responses:

  1. I applied online and the website is: https://www.acro.police.uk/Police_Certificates_Online.aspx
  2. You can see step 7 on the above link states who can be an endorser for your certificate, it does not state they are required to be a UK citizen so I would assume not. I believe this is more for confirmation of identity if required (my endorser was not contacted I may add),
  3. At the bottom of the page on the above website, it provides all of the available methods of payment, I paid visa debit card. 
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