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NBI Clearance and/or Police Clearance(s) Philippines

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Saw some very old responses (2008) and thought I should ask anew.  Getting ready ahead of time for Processing DS-260 for IR-1 spouse In Philippines.  Does she need both NBI and Police Clearances OR just Police Clearances of residences, ie. Antique, Pampanga (Mabalacat and Angeles City) OR just NBI.  Thanks.

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6 hours ago, Ron Babb said:

I guess I can answer my own question in part.  The Philippines now has a National Police Clearance System (NPCS).  https://pnpclearance.ph/

NBI ONLY 


YMMV

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1 hour ago, payxibka said:

NBI ONLY 

Correct.  Don't overthink this.  It's the same certificate from NBI she would get for employment.


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11 hours ago, Ron Babb said:

Saw some very old responses (2008) and thought I should ask anew.  Getting ready ahead of time for Processing DS-260 for IR-1 spouse In Philippines.  Does she need both NBI and Police Clearances OR just Police Clearances of residences, ie. Antique, Pampanga (Mabalacat and Angeles City) OR just NBI.  Thanks.

The USEM only asked for the NBI based on my experience.

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Hi! I already have NBI Clearance but i didn't put AKA's. Do i have to request new one with akas? I was married before but never once used my husband last name, do i have to include his last name with my name including the maiden name in the AKA's?

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Well ask NBI for starters.  Are you currently married or just a fiance?  Must people say yes because you will report your former marriage to USCIS, diba?  And USCIS will check for that on the NBI clearance.  If you are remarried, current spouse goes also on NBI.

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19 minutes ago, Ron Babb said:

Well ask NBI for starters.  Are you currently married or just a fiance?  Must people say yes because you will report your former marriage to USCIS, diba?  And USCIS will check for that on the NBI clearance.  If you are remarried, current spouse goes also on NBI.

I'm married now and using my husband last name. Yes i better include everything to be sure even i dont use it before. Thank you 

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22 minutes ago, Ron Babb said:

Well ask NBI for starters.  Are you currently married or just a fiance?  Must people say yes because you will report your former marriage to USCIS, diba?  And USCIS will check for that on the NBI clearance.  If you are remarried, current spouse goes also on NBI.

USCIS never sees the NBI


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