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Obtaining Police clearance certificate in.

hobokenworkingman 10 Jan 2010

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INDIA visa/green card process specific Issue:

candac 10 Jan 2010

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hobokenworkingman 10 Jan 2010

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yes get a police clearance from the passport office, and also get a pcc frm ur city police office (local). both r needed!

According to the Chennai (and Mumbai) Embassy websites, you just need to get it from the local passport office, IF your passport was issued within the last 6 months. If the passport is over 6 months old, then it has to be BOTH places like you mentioned above - from the local passport office AND from local police office. Please see below for the requirement from the Chennai embassy:

Each visa applicant over the age of 16 must present original police certificates. Police certificates must cover the entire period of the applicant's residence in any area. The term "police certificate" means a certification by appropriate police authorities stating what their records show concerning each applicant, including all arrests, the reasons for the arrests, and the disposition of each case of which there is a record. Police certificates from certain countries are considered unobtainable. For more information on police certificate requirements see the chart below:

If the applicant. AND. THEN the applicant needs a clearance from.

is residing in India and his or her Indian passport was issued within past 6 months is 16 years old or older 1. Passport office

passport was issued more than 6 months prior to visa application is 16 years old or older 1. Passport office

2. The district police office serving the applicant's place of residence

is an Indian passport holder and is staying outside India is 16 years old or older 1. Applicant's local Embassy or Consulate confirming he/she has no criminal record (a statement from Embassy or Consulate is acceptable)

is an Indian passport holder and currently resident in India, but has lived in another country (except for the U. S.). lived in the foreign country for twelve or more months after reaching the age of 16 years. 1. Passport office

2. District police office serving the applicant's place of residence (if the passport was issued more than 6 months prior to visa application).

3. Country of previous residence, if available. More information can be found at http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/

reciprocity/index.htm

is a non-Indian immigrant visa applicant residing in India is 16 years old or older District police station serving the area of residence

is a foreign (non-Indian) applicant applying outside India is 16 years old or older not available

In my case, my wife's passport is pretty new and was issued at the end of October 2009 (less than 6 months), so according to the website, I'd only need her to get the PCC from the local passport office. I'm just wondering if anyone is in the similar situation and got a PCC from their local passport office if their passports were issued within the last 6 months. Thanks

mza001 19 Jan 2010

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you are right.

According to the Chennai (and Mumbai) Embassy websites, you just

need to get it from the local passport office, IF your passport was issued within the last 6 months. If the passport is over 6 months old, then it has to be BOTH places like you mentioned above - from the local passport office AND from local police office. Please see below for the requirement from the Chennai embassy:

Each visa applicant over the age of 16 must present original police certificates. Police certificates must cover the entire period of the applicant's residence in any area. The term "police certificate" means a certification by appropriate police authorities stating what their records show concerning each applicant, including all arrests, the reasons for the arrests, and the disposition of each case of which there is a record. Police certificates from certain countries are considered unobtainable. For more information on police certificate requirements see the chart below:

If the applicant. AND. THEN the applicant needs a clearance from.

is residing in India and his or her Indian passport was issued within past 6 months is 16 years old or older 1. Passport office

passport was issued more than 6 months prior to visa application is 16 years old or older 1. Passport office

2. The district police office serving the applicant's place of residence

is an Indian passport holder and is staying outside India is 16 years old or older 1. Applicant's local Embassy or Consulate confirming he/she has no criminal record (a statement from Embassy or Consulate is acceptable)

is an Indian passport holder and currently resident in India, but has lived in another country (except for the U. S.). lived in the foreign country for twelve or more months after reaching the age of 16 years. 1. Passport office

2. District police office serving the applicant's place of residence (if the passport was issued more than 6 months prior to visa application).

3. Country of previous residence, if available. More information can be found at http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/

reciprocity/index.htm

is a non-Indian immigrant visa applicant residing in India is 16 years old or older District police station serving the area of residence

is a foreign (non-Indian) applicant applying outside India is 16 years old or older not available

In my case, my wife's passport is pretty new and was issued at the end of October 2009 (less than 6 months), so according to the website, I'd only need her to get the PCC from the local passport office. I'm just wondering if anyone is in the similar situation and got a PCC from their local passport office if their passports were issued within the last 6 months. Thanks

sharon B 29 Jan 2010

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you are right.

My passport was Issued before six months and so I submitted only PCC from Passport Office and I didn't submit my PCC from District Police Office.

Did anybody go through the same situation?

Any Ideas. what should be done inorder that my case completes asap.

We sent a mail replying that my passport is Issued before sixmonths. but what else could be better to do in my case??

sachinky 29 Jan 2010

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hobokenworkingman 29 Jan 2010

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