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Applying for IR1 with one passport but Police Clearance with another?

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So we have used my spouse's AUS passport in my 130 petition - and eventually then for the IR1 visa/green card.


She has a Chinese "return home permit" card as she was born in Hong Kong to Chinese parents, and with this she was living/working in China for ~2 years and will need to get the police clearance certificate from there we are assuming. 


So I am also then assuming the China PSB would issue this clearance with her "ID" as her return permit card.


Would this be any issue?  Would we perhaps need to somehow show that both IDs are in fact the same person?  Anyone have any experience with this before??


thank you!



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2 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Name the same on both documents?    


And yes bring the permit card to the interview ... just in case.

Thanks...Yes same name thankfully... We still have a long way to go but yes ... planning on bringing "all the things" to the interview.

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