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Not been in Mexico since 14 still need a PC for there? (split)

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Can anyone explain to my why nvc asked for police clearance for my case when I have not been in Mexico since I was 14 years old. On the government website it states after 16 however my lawyer told me that if I didn’t provide one my case would get delayed and I’d get an RFE. Now he’s telling me that because of the wait times I’m going to have to get another once I go back to Mexico for my consular interview. But like i said I haven’t been there since I was 14 years old

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6 hours ago, Dalila Gonzalez said:

Can anyone explain to my why nvc asked for police clearance for my case when I have not been in Mexico since I was 14 years old. On the government website it states after 16 however my lawyer told me that if I didn’t provide one my case would get delayed and I’d get an RFE. Now he’s telling me that because of the wait times I’m going to have to get another once I go back to Mexico for my consular interview. But like i said I haven’t been there since I was 14 years old

Correct in that NVC shouldn't need it.  There was a case a few months ago in this or the waiver forum that was similar.  The beneficiary was able to execute a power of attorney and a family member was able to obtain a Police Certificate in the Estado where he was born.


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You hired a lawyer for a reason.  Follow their advice or fire them.  If you were able to get one for NVC, you'll be able to get an updated one for the interview.


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39 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

Correct in that NVC shouldn't need it.  There was a case a few months ago in this or the waiver forum that was similar.  The beneficiary was able to execute a power of attorney and a family member was able to obtain a Police Certificate in the Estado where he was born.

Sadly the only place to get said power of attorney is at the Mexican consulate and it is very expensive and takes a very long time as well as the police in Mexico ask for a lot of paperwork to allow for someone else to get it for me. My attorney told me about a website where I could get one which is what I did to submit the first one to nvc with all my supporting documents but by the time I finally get my appointment with the way things are going that police clearance is no longer going to be valid

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