"SEC" vs "CRIM" in CAIPS notes

Old Apr 6th 2004, 2:32 am
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Going to BC
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What is the meaning of the "SEC" and "CRIM" columns in the CAIPS
notes? For me, the "SEC" column is 1 but the "CRIM" column is blank.
Which of these two columns have anything to do with submitting the FBI
police certificates? Does "BDEC" date have anything to do with
submitting the FBI police certificates?

Also, why does the MEDDEC show "0" even though the medicals for all
family members themselves have a "status code" of "A", a "stage" of
"M01" and a "validity" of "12/12/2004"?
 
Old Apr 6th 2004, 7:04 am
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CRIM is for police certificate and it'll be set as long as you send your
FBI pc. Congratulations! You are close to be done.

[email protected] (Going to BC) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > What is the meaning of the "SEC" and "CRIM" columns in the CAIPS
    > notes? For me, the "SEC" column is 1 but the "CRIM" column is blank.
    > Which of these two columns have anything to do with submitting the FBI
    > police certificates? Does "BDEC" date have anything to do with
    > submitting the FBI police certificates?
    >
    > Also, why does the MEDDEC show "0" even though the medicals for all
    > family members themselves have a "status code" of "A", a "stage" of
    > "M01" and a "validity" of "12/12/2004"?
 

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