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Hi, i worked in saudi arabia for 5years and i went back in the philippines last 2016. And since filling of k1 visa is unexpected i didnt request for police clearance.And as i checked in google that getting police clearance when your already out of the country is so compicated. Will the US embassy will still ask for my police clearance during my interview?Thank you so much. Really need help.

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Yes, the will ask for it. It is a requirement. You will likely get an RFE. Best to start working on getting the PC from Saudi Arabia now.


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17 minutes ago, Makopanda said:

Hi, i worked in saudi arabia for 5years and i went back in the philippines last 2016. And since filling of k1 visa is unexpected i didnt request for police clearance.And as i checked in google that getting police clearance when your already out of the country is so compicated. Will the US embassy will still ask for my police clearance during my interview?Thank you so much. Really need help.

You can not get a PCC from KSA since you are already out of the country and the USEM knows this. So you will be fine. 

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17 minutes ago, Makopanda said:

Hi, i worked in saudi arabia for 5years and i went back in the philippines last 2016. And since filling of k1 visa is unexpected i didnt request for police clearance.And as i checked in google that getting police clearance when your already out of the country is so compicated. Will the US embassy will still ask for my police clearance during my interview?Thank you so much. Really need help.

Yes


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You cannot get a Saudi police clearance without physically being in the country.  Saudi does not issue tourist visas to go get a police clearance so it physically impossible and the embassy knows this.  

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As fee others have said, if a country doesn’t provide police certificate to some people, it is not required. See the link below and expand Police certificate tab.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/SaudiArabia.html

 


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Thanks guys for clearing that up. Definitely something new learned today. 


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