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Police Clearance help for IR-5 (Parent Visa)

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Hello All,

PLEASE HELP!!

I am in the process of bringing my Parent here via IR-5 Visa. 

 

Wanting some advise about the Police Clearance -

She is currently living in Cebu so no problem obtaining a Police Clearance there but has lived in Davao previously, over 12 months & over 16 years old.  She was just told that Davao will NOT provide a Police Certificate because she doesn't live there anymore.  So...we are stuck.  Has anyone experienced this dilemma living in multiple locations in the Philippines and only obtained a police clearance at where they are currently living at (like my Mom-Cebu)?  No problems with the US Embassy or NVC even if it shows in the "Previous Address"?

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15 minutes ago, Nekz2015 said:

Hello All,

PLEASE HELP!!

I am in the process of bringing my Parent here via IR-5 Visa. 

 

Wanting some advise about the Police Clearance -

She is currently living in Cebu so no problem obtaining a Police Clearance there but has lived in Davao previously, over 12 months & over 16 years old.  She was just told that Davao will NOT provide a Police Certificate because she doesn't live there anymore.  So...we are stuck.  Has anyone experienced this dilemma living in multiple locations in the Philippines and only obtained a police clearance at where they are currently living at (like my Mom-Cebu)?  No problems with the US Embassy or NVC even if it shows in the "Previous Address"?

She only needs one police report from NBI for all of Philippines 

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7 hours ago, Nekz2015 said:

Hello All,

PLEASE HELP!!

I am in the process of bringing my Parent here via IR-5 Visa. 

 

Wanting some advise about the Police Clearance -

She is currently living in Cebu so no problem obtaining a Police Clearance there but has lived in Davao previously, over 12 months & over 16 years old.  She was just told that Davao will NOT provide a Police Certificate because she doesn't live there anymore.  So...we are stuck.  Has anyone experienced this dilemma living in multiple locations in the Philippines and only obtained a police clearance at where they are currently living at (like my Mom-Cebu)?  No problems with the US Embassy or NVC even if it shows in the "Previous Address"?

Not local police clearance.  NBI is what is needed.  

 

If they ever lived in a foreign country for 1 year or more then they would need a foreign police clearance.

 

Here is the requirements from the embassy:  (step 5 is the checklist) https://ph.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/family-based-immigration/the-interview/

 

Do complete steps 1-5


Hank

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