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Old 10-02-2017, 10:23 PM
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Thanks for sharing your updates and the encouraging words. All we can do is wait, that's one things that's for sure

@nyctoaus: Yeah, I've checked those processing times eagerly around the 20th every month, that's usually when they update the website. I guess these forums always give the hope of one being part of the 50-75 % that are processed earlier than 13 months ... it's just a hopeful wish of course and one should always be practically and mentally prepared for the full waiting period.

@Res12345: Thanks - it's worth it for sure Great to hear you've settled in well in Australia. Our plan is to move to Melbourne.

@mrrob8538: We each created an ImmiAccount but also uploaded the same sponsor related documents in the sponsor section of my ImmiAccount. This summer we used the sponsor section of my ImmiAccount to upload some additional evidence we had gathered since applying (join travel, family events etc). When I checked my ImmiAccount around 18th August the status of the sponsor section had changed to "Approved" and the button to upload additional documents was gone. My husband then also checked his ImmiAccount and the status there had also changed to "Approved".
In my section, and the application as a whole, it still says "Received".

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Hey everyone,
I have a question about the state police check. I'm worried I did the wrong one... Did mine through the NY court system page and got the record instantly and getting it so quickly felt a bit too good to be true. It cost 65$ to get so I thought it was the right one... Now I found this page which also says criminal police check by NY State. This one involves fingerprints etc.

Do the state police checks usually involve fingerprints? What's your experience?(especially those from NY state)

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Hey everyone,
I have a question about the state police check. I'm worried I did the wrong one... Did mine through the NY court system page and got the record instantly and getting it so quickly felt a bit too good to be true. It cost 65$ to get so I thought it was the right one... Now I found this page which also says criminal police check by NY State. This one involves fingerprints etc.

Do the state police checks usually involve fingerprints? What's your experience?(especially those from NY state)

I have my appt thursday with accurate biometrics for the state check. it was the same cost as your state check. I know thats probably not much help. but if you wait till thursday i can give you a more clear answer as to whether or not you got the right one.

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Hey everyone,
I have a question about the state police check. I'm worried I did the wrong one... Did mine through the NY court system page and got the record instantly and getting it so quickly felt a bit too good to be true. It cost 65$ to get so I thought it was the right one... Now I found this page which also says criminal police check by NY State. This one involves fingerprints etc.

Do the state police checks usually involve fingerprints? What's your experience?(especially those from NY state)
I didn't need to do fingerprints for Florida... just mailed the form and a check.


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I have my appt thursday with accurate biometrics for the state check. it was the same cost as your state check. I know thats probably not much help. but if you wait till thursday i can give you a more clear answer as to whether or not you got the right one.
Accurate Biometrics for your state check? I only used them for my FBI check and went directly through my state for the state check. Wasn't aware AB did state checks as well.


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Accurate Biometrics for your state check? I only used them for my FBI check and went directly through my state for the state check. Wasn't aware AB did state checks as well.
when i applied for my FBI they told me they do state as well, but you have to make an appt before, and for FBI they accept walk-ins. I went to their lower manhattan office.

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Thanks for the replies guys. It's confusing because both checks cost the same and check the same thing but one is deceivingly simple and quick to get so I bet I got the wrong one. It's never that instant and easy..

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Hey everyone,
I have a question about the state police check. I'm worried I did the wrong one... Did mine through the NY court system page and got the record instantly and getting it so quickly felt a bit too good to be true. It cost 65$ to get so I thought it was the right one... Now I found this page which also says criminal police check by NY State. This one involves fingerprints etc.

Do the state police checks usually involve fingerprints? What's your experience?(especially those from NY state)
Hey Swede - my husband did his New York State background check through a company called Morphotrust. He said he got the "unsurpressed" check. Craig said he did two rounds of fingerprints - one for the New York State check (Morphotrust) and one set for the FBI check (through the DCJIS). They each took about 3 weeks to get to him by mail.

Pls let me know if you need to know anything else x


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Hey Swede - my husband did his New York State background check through a company called Morphotrust. He said he got the "unsurpressed" check. Craig said he did two rounds of fingerprints - one for the New York State check (Morphotrust) and one set for the FBI check (through the DCJIS). They each took about 3 weeks to get to him by mail.

Pls let me know if you need to know anything else x
Thanks a lot for sharing this. I'll go ahead and do the same for the NY State check - no time to waste on getting it wrong I've received my FBI check, so that's done.

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My fiancè is from Kentucky, he did fingerprints for both and for the state check he had to fill out a form which was specifically for immigration to another country.


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