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Inland Application - Police Clearance

Inland Application - Police Clearance

Old Nov 10th 2002, 5:49 pm
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Larryontario63
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Default Inland Application - Police Clearance

A quick question:

If one applies inland for permanent residence, does one need to submit updated
police clearance certificates/medical exams every so often? I am an American
and I applied inland about 9 months ago. I submitted two police clearances,
one FBI, and the other for New York State, but they have expired, as it has
been over six months that Immigration has those clearances. Even though I have
been living here in Canada all this time, and I have not committed any crimes,
remotely, in the USA, do I have to send new police clearances to Immigration?
Also, will I have to undergo another immigration medical exam at some point in
time?

While I do appreciate the option of applying for permanent residence inland,
the costs associated with the application process (application fee, ROLF,
medical exams, police clearances, visa extensions, etc.) sure can be a
stressor, especially when one is unemployed.

Thank you for your assistance.
 
Old Nov 10th 2002, 6:14 pm
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Jim Humphries
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Default Re: Inland Application - Police Clearance

Wait until asked.
Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"LarryOntario63" wrote in message
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    > A quick question:
    > If one applies inland for permanent residence, does one need to submit
updated
    > police clearance certificates/medical exams every so often? I am an
American
    > and I applied inland about 9 months ago. I submitted two police
clearances,
    > one FBI, and the other for New York State, but they have expired, as it
has
    > been over six months that Immigration has those clearances. Even though I
have
    > been living here in Canada all this time, and I have not committed any
crimes,
    > remotely, in the USA, do I have to send new police clearances to
Immigration?
    > Also, will I have to undergo another immigration medical exam at some
point in
    > time?
    > While I do appreciate the option of applying for permanent residence
inland,
    > the costs associated with the application process (application fee, ROLF,
    > medical exams, police clearances, visa extensions, etc.) sure can be a
    > stressor, especially when one is unemployed.
    > Thank you for your assistance.
 

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