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Go to RCMP OR OTHER AGENCY

 

Procedure for Obtaining: To obtain this document, you must submit your fingerprints to a local police service or RCMP-approved partner agency.  YOU MUST STATE THAT YOU ARE REQUESTING THE RECORD UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT.  Do not select “Visa/Border Crossing” as the purpose of the request. You must also specifically request the record which includes the “RCMP National Repository entire holdings.” 

 

I did this last week.

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1 hour ago, Joan58 said:

Go to RCMP OR OTHER AGENCY

 

Procedure for Obtaining: To obtain this document, you must submit your fingerprints to a local police service or RCMP-approved partner agency.  YOU MUST STATE THAT YOU ARE REQUESTING THE RECORD UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT.  Do not select “Visa/Border Crossing” as the purpose of the request. You must also specifically request the record which includes the “RCMP National Repository entire holdings.” 

 

I did this last week.

What does your record say? Mine doesn't say the National Repository, it says databank CMP-PPU-030. Is that the same thing?


06/15/18  -  NOA1

12/06/18  -  NOA2

01/16/19  -  NVC received case

01/17/19  -  NVC issued case number

02/05/19  -  Case left NVC ("In Transit" on CEAC)

02/07/19  -  Case received at Montreal Consulate

02/11/19  - Case changed to "Ready" on CEAC

   Pending -  Packet 3

 

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They did my fingerprints and I requested the record under the Privacy Act. On the letter it is says "Privacy Act Request Type: Other". But I don't know, the lady who did my fingerprints seemed a bit clueless so I'm worried about it


06/15/18  -  NOA1

12/06/18  -  NOA2

01/16/19  -  NVC received case

01/17/19  -  NVC issued case number

02/05/19  -  Case left NVC ("In Transit" on CEAC)

02/07/19  -  Case received at Montreal Consulate

02/11/19  - Case changed to "Ready" on CEAC

   Pending -  Packet 3

 

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It was the same for me! I had to show him the same info I put on here but he did not type in the RCMP Repository part. The next day I went in again and requested he type that part into form. He stated it shouldn't make any difference and he resent it. 😣 This is my 3rd attempt to get the correct certificate. Back in Nov they had no idea what was needed other than the Name and birth date search. 

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maybe post here once you get your letter so we know if it searched the same database as mine did? :P


06/15/18  -  NOA1

12/06/18  -  NOA2

01/16/19  -  NVC received case

01/17/19  -  NVC issued case number

02/05/19  -  Case left NVC ("In Transit" on CEAC)

02/07/19  -  Case received at Montreal Consulate

02/11/19  - Case changed to "Ready" on CEAC

   Pending -  Packet 3

 

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2 hours ago, NicoleM said:

They did my fingerprints and I requested the record under the Privacy Act. On the letter it is says "Privacy Act Request Type: Other". But I don't know, the lady who did my fingerprints seemed a bit clueless so I'm worried about it

Mine says "Privacy Act Request Type: For Suspended Record" despite requesting a criminal record check. However, my results also mention the CMP-PPU-030 without showing any fingerprints so I think we have the same one.

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14 hours ago, NicoleM said:

What does your record say? Mine doesn't say the National Repository, it says databank CMP-PPU-030. Is that the same thing?

Mine also says CMP-PPU-030.

 

"Dear Sir/Madam:  Your application for personal information held in the databank CMP-PPU-030 has been processed.  No personal information about you was found in the databank CMP-PPU-030."

 

 

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I emailed the embassy directly to ask about the criminal record check and this is what they sent me. 
You need to go to the RCMP detachment and ask for a criminal record check under the privacy act. 
In the space where they ask for the reason (there HAS to be a reason or Ottawa will reject the search), they need to write "RCMP National Repository Entire Holdings." 
I got mine back in exactly 10 business days and it says CMP-PPU-030
 

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To ensure full disclosure of criminal record information, U.S. diplomatic and consular offices in Canada require that you obtain a copy of your criminal record REQUESTED UNDER THE CANADIAN PRIVACY ACT based on fingerprint-based searches from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.  To obtain a copy of your criminal record under the Privacy Act, you must submit your fingerprints to a local police service or RCMP-approved partner agency.  YOU MUST STATE THAT YOU ARE REQUESTING THE RECORD UNDER THE PRIVACY ACT AND NOT GIVE “VISA APPLICATION” AS THE PURPOSE OF THE REQUEST.  You must also specifically request the record which includes the “RCMP National Repository entire holdings.”  Failure to follow these instructions exactly will lead to a document that will not be accepted by the consular section.  While the Government of Canada does not charge for this service, designated fingerprint collection companies may charge their own service fee for processing.  Once processed by RCMP, the document will be sent directly to you and you should then provide it to the requesting U.S. embassy or consulate.  Applicants previously convicted of a crime in Canada should expect the process to take several months. 

 


I129f Sent: March 23, 2018

NOA1: March 29, 2018
RFE: September 29, 2018
RFE reply: October 12, 2018 (Re-sent USC birth certificate and beneficiary's divorce certificate)
NOA2: November 03, 2018
NVC Received: November 23, 2018

NVC Case Number: December 07, 2018
NVC Left: December 26, 2018
Consulate Received: December 31, 2018
CEAC status 'Ready': January 7, 2019
P3 Sent:
January 14, 2019
P4 Received: February 1, 2019
Interview: March 13, 2019
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59 minutes ago, d24v said:

Mine also says CMP-PPU-030.

 

"Dear Sir/Madam:  Your application for personal information held in the databank CMP-PPU-030 has been processed.  No personal information about you was found in the databank CMP-PPU-030."

 

 

Mine says exactly the same thing :) yay!


06/15/18  -  NOA1

12/06/18  -  NOA2

01/16/19  -  NVC received case

01/17/19  -  NVC issued case number

02/05/19  -  Case left NVC ("In Transit" on CEAC)

02/07/19  -  Case received at Montreal Consulate

02/11/19  - Case changed to "Ready" on CEAC

   Pending -  Packet 3

 

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Just now, MK2803 said:

what is written for you under "Privacy Act Request Type"?

It just says "Other (Provide Details)"

 

you?


06/15/18  -  NOA1

12/06/18  -  NOA2

01/16/19  -  NVC received case

01/17/19  -  NVC issued case number

02/05/19  -  Case left NVC ("In Transit" on CEAC)

02/07/19  -  Case received at Montreal Consulate

02/11/19  - Case changed to "Ready" on CEAC

   Pending -  Packet 3

 

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