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Old Sep 6th 2001, 4:52 am
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Aka
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Hi How long is the police certificate valid for PR application purposes?

Thanks
 
Old Sep 6th 2001, 5:48 am
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About one year from its date of issue. Jim Humphries, former visa officer

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Old Sep 6th 2001, 10:30 am
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Aka
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Is the length of the police certificate validity the same from different countries?
I've got information that e.g FBI clearence is valid only for 6 months. What about
for certificates from other countries, I am especially interested in certificates
from UK and Pland.

Thanks in advance

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Old Sep 6th 2001, 10:34 am
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I am a little confused by this. I got a Police Certificate and turned it in along
with my application to Buffalo.

So does it mean that if my application process gets delayed and I don't receive a
landing permit in one year from the date I turned in my application, I need to obtain
another Police Certificate and send it to Buffalo?

I assume it would be no problem once I receive a landing permit from Buffalo. All I
need to do it to land in Canada within 1 year from my initial medical exam date or
before my passport expires (in most cases with some exceptions).

Thanks

Akira

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Old Sep 6th 2001, 8:24 pm
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Sohail Badar
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would it be a right idea to submit police certificate few months after the submission
of the application for permanent residence i.e. closer to expected date of interview
to avoid its expiry in six months?

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Old Sep 7th 2001, 2:16 am
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It would be a very bad idea - police certificate and all other required documents
must be submitted together with the application. Failure to do that may result in the
application being returned for completion or at best in additional delay in
processing.

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Old Sep 9th 2001, 6:36 pm
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I've lived in my country of citizenship since my birthe, except a period of 99 days
when I visited UAE for job hunting. I stayed there on a visit visa. Do I need to
obtain a police certificate from UAE too ?
 
Old Sep 10th 2001, 2:24 am
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You need police certificated from all countries you lived in for 6 or more
months since your 18th birthday, so you don't need one covering your 99 days
long stay in UAE.

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