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Old Nov 25th 2017, 8:09 am
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Hi,

My partner spent a year in Australia in 2005 for our PR application. I am unsure if we need to get a police report from Australia for the year she spent there in 2005? Looking at the online form on the Australia police website we cannot submit any of the secondary information such as medicare, bank account detail, credit card account details etc.. to me it seems like a form for PR's of Aus only.

During the express entry process will this get flagged up? I have looked on here and couldn't find any other threads regarding time spent in other countries and police reports.

Any help will much appreciated.
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Old Nov 25th 2017, 8:37 am
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If your partner was over 18 at the time they were living in Australia they need an Australian Police Certificate.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa.../australia.asp

They need a Standard Disclosure (NOT a Complete Disclosure: that will be rejected). A Standard Disclosure is obtained in the online process by selecting the code referred to in the link above in the section where it asks for Purpose of the Check.

You can apply online

As well, they need driving history records if they lived in either Queensland or Victoria.

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If your partner was over 18 at the time they were living in Australia they need an Australian Police Certificate.

How to Get a Police Certificate – Australia

They need a Standard Disclosure (NOT a Complete Disclosure: that will be rejected). A Standard Disclosure is obtained in the online process by selecting the code referred to in the link above in the section where it asks for Purpose of the Check.

You can apply online

As well, they need driving history records if they lived in either Queensland or Victoria.
Hi thanks for the help, I have searched everywhere on the AUS police website and used the links above but cannot locate the standard disclosure form.

I gave them a call and it has to be done over the phone, so will call back when their office is open.

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If you click on the link given within the link I gave above and then select National Police Checks, you'll find a further link to the online Application portal. Ensure you enter the correct code as indicated in the IRCC link above to generate the correct police certificate (Standard Disclosure).

Applying for driving records (if required) is a separate, State specific process.

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Hi thanks for the help, I have searched everywhere on the AUS police website and used the links above but cannot locate the standard disclosure form.

I gave them a call and it has to be done over the phone, so will call back when their office is open.
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If you click on the link given within the link I gave above and then select National Police Checks, you'll find a further link to the online Application portal. Ensure you enter the correct code as indicated in the IRCC link above to generate the correct police certificate (Standard Disclosure).

Applying for driving records (if required) is a separate, State specific process.
https://www.afp.gov.au/what-we-do/se...-police-checks
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Default Re: partner spent a year in Australia 2005, police report?

thank you, it was how to use the application from that I didn't understand, I ticked the passport as a primary document then ticked one of the bottom secondary documents to get the 1oo points. Once I got pass that bit what you mentioned above made sense.

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To reiterate again because it is so important: ensure you choose the correct code identified in the IRCC link or you will get the wrong certificate as many have. Read the "If you are not a citizen of Australia, if you live outside Australia" section.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa.../australia.asp

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