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I received my RCMP approved police check back, and I was just wondering if I was able to open it? or should I leave it sealed until the day of my interview? 

I know the medical results need to stay sealed when brought with you, I just was unsure if these did as well.

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Hi I just received mine yesterday! I opened the envelope was curious to see what it looked like. You can open it I don’t see any issues especially since you’re going to need to give it to them at the interview and I’m sure they don’t want to be opening envelopes wasting time lol


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On 3/5/2019 at 9:37 PM, krystinL said:

I received my RCMP approved police check back, and I was just wondering if I was able to open it? or should I leave it sealed until the day of my interview? 

I know the medical results need to stay sealed when brought with you, I just was unsure if these did as well.

Only if the consulate instructions say you need to provide it unopened 


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