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My hubby went down to the Garda station today to request a police cert, and was told he had to phone the Gards in Thurles for this. And was told that the embassy has to request it.

Anybody know the actual procedure here?

Thanks

Liz

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Here's how I did it:

I went into my local Garda Station, Henry Street in Limerick and asked the lady behind the counter about obtaining a Police Cert for the U.S. Embassy. She gave me the form and told me to fill it out in BLACK pen only. She said the Embassy were really strict about that. I filled it out and she took the form back and said it would take about 1 month and would be posted to address I gave. Bring your passport, cos I think you need to fill in your passport number. I can't remember exactly what was asked. And your name MUST be exactly as it is on your passport.

It's your local Garda Station that should help you with this, and the Embassy will not request it, you have to get it yourself. Go back in and explain why it's needed and that it HAS to be you who requests this cert, not the Embassy. You probably got some-one who hasn't a clue.

Good Luck with the feckers! ;)

03.04.2009......Posted I-130 to U.S. Embassy

03.04.2009......Ordered Police Certificate for Visa Purposes from Local Garda Office (ordered over the phone)

03.05.2009......I-130 received at Embassy

03.06.2009......Received Police Cert

03.18.2009......I-130 Approved

09.10.2009......Medical Exam

09.23.2009......Embassy receives Notice of Readiness

10.13.2009......Received our interview date

10.29.2009......Successful interview!

11.5.2009........Visa received in post

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12.20.2009......Received Welcome to America letter

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My man had an extremely hard time obtaining his police cert. It wasn't until I called from the states and explianed about the K-1 that they finally got moving.

I kept in contact with one woman there and she has been amazing-she even called Gavin Saunday to tell him what was on it and that it was being mailed.

Keep on them-She wanted

a copy of his passport bio page

a copy of his birth cert

a note explaining what he needed it for(K-1) US embassy

a list of all previous addresses

good luck-they can be real wankers if they want to be ;)

Ni neart go cur le cheile

"Togetherness is Strength"

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At first i went ot mills street garda station, or thought they sent me to another place and the place sent me back to garda mills street station...

I had to give the m a copy of my passport, birth certificate copy and also they gave me a paper to fill... with all my previous addresses...

3 weeks after filling i got my police certificate by the mail...

Good luck

Rejane

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Yup, it should be your hubby requesting the Police Cert not the Embassy and he should get it from the local Garda Station and from someone that knows what they are doing. If they insist on Thurles and the Embassy requesting it, then print and bring this to them:

http://www.garda.ie/angarda/faq.html#C2

Mine was pretty easy to get. I went to my local Garda Station and filled out the form, showed my passport and submitted the form with a copy of my passport bio page, a copy of my birth cert, a copy of the page from the US Embassy stating that a Police Cert is required, my current address and a list of all my previous addresses (where I lived for over 6 months) in Ireland and got the cert in the post about 2/3 weeks later. I am sure the Embassy will be happy to note that I'm not a criminal mastermind....

J&D.

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I-130

February 13, 2006: I-130 filed (US Embassy, Dublin, Ireland).

April 18, 2006: Interview date received.

May 02, 2006: Interview (US Embassy, Dublin, Ireland). Visa approved.

June 14, 2006: Moved to Charlotte, NC.

July 20, 2006: 'Welcome to the United States' letter received.

July 21, 2006: Applied for SSN.

July 29, 2006: SSN received.

September 05, 2006: 2 year Permanent Resident card received.

I-751

April 09, 2008: Mailed I-751 to TSC.

April 15, 2008: Check cashed.

April 16, 2008: Case transferred to VSC.

April 23, 2008: Biometrics appointment letter received.

May 10, 2008: Biometrics appointment.

June 28, 2008: Moved to Clearwater, FL (Filed AR-11 and I-865).

March 04,2009: 10 year Permanent Resident card production ordered.

March 13,2009: 10 year Permanent Resident card received.

N-400

April 24, 2009: Mailed N-400 to TX Lockbox.

April 30, 2009: NOA1 Notice date.

May 11, 2009: Biometrics appointment letter received.

May 16, 2009: Biometrics complete (walk-in).

June 04, 2009: Interview letter received.

July 23, 2009: Interview.

July 23, 2009: Oath. I am a US citizen!

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