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NVC has requested a police certificate from Bahrain where my husband currently resides. He has been there for 8 months. The new law in Bahrain which changed recently is that they do not provide a police certificate if you have not live in Bahrain for at least 2 years. My husband has been trying for an entire week going to various offices and meeting various authorities. However, they all keep saying the same thing. We cannot provide a police certificate unless you have lived in Bahrain for at least 2 years. I know there is the option of writing a letter to NVC explaining the situation. But I have read in some places online that they may or may not accept that. Any advice on what would be the best thing to do from here? 

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Posted (edited)

what happened to a Moroccan who had worked 2 years in Saudi and they do not do criminal reports for aliens, is the case went into AP and was sent to the USA where it took 13 months for Homeland Security to get the report from Saudi

but it was approved case and all he needed was new medical for the next interview and he is in NY city now

Edited by adil-rafa

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1 hour ago, Anonymous8 said:

NVC has requested a police certificate from Bahrain where my husband currently resides. He has been there for 8 months. The new law in Bahrain which changed recently is that they do not provide a police certificate if you have not live in Bahrain for at least 2 years. My husband has been trying for an entire week going to various offices and meeting various authorities. However, they all keep saying the same thing. We cannot provide a police certificate unless you have lived in Bahrain for at least 2 years. I know there is the option of writing a letter to NVC explaining the situation. But I have read in some places online that they may or may not accept that. Any advice on what would be the best thing to do from here? 

Hello , i was asking too for police certificates in canada i was their 6 months i did just writing letter then i try to got it but i couldn't and i did take pictures from my passport pages with stamps and i did say that im not living their anymore and its difficult for me to get it 

They approved the letter.  

So inchallah u too u should do letter with explanation and pot they email if u have it from this office say that u should be in bahrain 2 years to got it they will passt u 

Nothing hard wity NVC they just need approve u try to got it and u couldn't with judgments

Good luck wish my response helps u 

Edited by Hanouna morocco

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1 minute ago, Anonymous8 said:

 @Hanouna morocco  Thank You! Your response was definitely helpful! I will try explaining it to them. In Shaa Allah hopefully they accept it. 

Inchallah they will accepted not worry just try to pot u stamps too when did u enter ure country its will helps 

Good luck 

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