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Old 08-10-2011, 03:21 PM
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I am new here and just start my aplication VISA . I want to know if is posible about the Police Clearance - I am original from Romania but I am out of country for 5 years and working as a resident in Spain. Do I need from the both countries the Police Clearance or just from one when I am resident now?


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You will need police clearances from any country where that you lived in for twelve months or more.

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Asabi is correct, but it's also any country in which you have lived for more than 12 months in the last 10 years.


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Asabi is correct, but it's also any country in which you have lived for more than 12 months in the last 10 years.
you have to get PCC from :

1. home country
2. any country you have lived more than 12 months

but you have not to do it unless your CO asks for it


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you have to get PCC from :

1. home country
2. any country you have lived more than 12 months

but you have not to do it unless your CO asks for it
Correction, you have to do it when your CO asks for it, but it will always be asked for. It is part of the character requirement for every visa.

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Correction, you have to do it when your CO asks for it, but it will always be asked for. It is part of the character requirement for every visa.
that's what i mean

everybody MUST go for Meds and PCC , but i mean that he should wait till his application allocated to CO and then wait till CO asks for it

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Thanks a lot , its a nice community here.


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I know this is an 'old' thread, but I suggest submitting your application IN FULL ALL AT ONCE.

DO NOT wait for your case officer to request the medical and police check information from you. It will only delay the process.

I submitted my information all in one go for my permanent residency and received it in four weeks.

The only time I ever heard from my case officer was when they were telling me my PR was approved.

Just a suggestion. :-)

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Hi Asabi. Things have changed a lot in the past couple of years. So many people now apply decision-ready that about a year ago they stopped prioritizing those applications. Now people who front load their medicals and police checks when applying from the US generally don't get their visas any faster than those who don't. Also, with many embassies taking much longer to process visas these days, many (like London) require you to wait until they ask because otherwise they fear those checks may expire before your visa is granted.

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I know this is an 'old' thread, but I suggest submitting your application IN FULL ALL AT ONCE.

DO NOT wait for your case officer to request the medical and police check information from you. It will only delay the process.

I submitted my information all in one go for my permanent residency and received it in four weeks.

The only time I ever heard from my case officer was when they were telling me my PR was approved.

Just a suggestion. :-)
Hi Asabi and everyone!

Four weeks? that's one for the books! I wonder under what type of Visa was it-- I presume it's 190 since you've mentioned in the thread that a company had sponsored for you in Australia.

Visa 190 takes higher priority than 189 in terms of processing time, moreso if the nominated skill you had applied under was highly needed.

Well, for the all others who are still waiting I hope the same luck would rub off on us!

Btw, is it true that as the holidays approach longer backlogs are observed since COs go on extended vacation respite?

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