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Court Records in the UK

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Hi there, does anyone know how and where to obtain court records (not the ACRO police certificate) in England? We requested them from the court, but they sent us a certificate through email which doesn't sound like it's the appropriate document for the interview. Any advice is appreciated. 

Thank you.

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4 minutes ago, fip & jim said:

Does the certificate contain the full and complete circumstances of the crime for which you were convicted and the final outcome of your case, including the sentence or other 

As far as I'm interpreting the definition of "full and complete circumstances," I think so. It's just a single sentence of the conviction. The final outcome and sentence are listed on it clearly.

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1 minute ago, fip & jim said:

Is this an English court?

Yes. To your previous reply. I'd be more confident about this certificate if it had been sent through the post with an official stamp or seal on it. This was sent via email for us to print. Any assistance is appreciated. Thank you kindly. 

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1 hour ago, Iron Vixen said:

Hi there, does anyone know how and where to obtain court records (not the ACRO police certificate) in England? We requested them from the court, but they sent us a certificate through email which doesn't sound like it's the appropriate document for the interview. Any advice is appreciated. 

Thank you.

If your normal police certificate does not list the charge and outcome (which most do now if your order the immigration version), you can order a Subject Access Report from ACRO that will list the details. The embassy just needs to see it in writing, and not just your telling of when and what happened. 

 

If you got a police certificate that says "No Live Trace" then the charge is hidden. A SAR would reveal the charge and outcome.

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25 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

If your normal police certificate does not list the charge and outcome (which most do now if your order the immigration version), you can order a Subject Access Report from ACRO that will list the details. The embassy just needs to see it in writing, and not just your telling of when and what happened. 

 

If you got a police certificate that says "No Live Trace" then the charge is hidden. A SAR would reveal the charge and outcome.

That's helpful, thank you. I think this certificate from the court should suffice then. I'll verify with my fiance what his ACRO says just to be sure. Thanks!

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