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Old 01-10-2020, 01:01 AM
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Help with Police Certificate

Hi, I need some help with anyone that has dealt with 820/810 visa dealing with a country that has a police certificate that expires after 3 months

In Morocco the police certificate is only valid for 3 months. So how will we get the police certificate for the 820/810 visa when the applicant is in Australia and they will have 28 days to supply to request for info.

I spoke to the Moroccan embassy and they said that they can provide the police certificates for Moroccan's living in Australia but it takes 3 months

But the request for information only allows 28 days...

How have other people gotten police certificates from overseas when they live in Australia?

Any help is greatly appreciated


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For immigration purposes all PCCs are treated as valid for 12 months. If you upload the PCC application receipt (under intention to obtain) you should be ok.
Is your application being processed in Cairo?

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FAll PCCs are valid for 12 months
Morocco police certificates are valid for 3 months even has the dates printed on them from date of issue to 3 months after.


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For immigration purposes all PCCs are treated as valid for 12 months. If you upload the PCC application receipt (under intention to obtain) you should be ok.
Is your application being processed in Cairo?
We got the PMV

So I'm about to apply for 820

Im hoping that they won't ask for another since we gave one for the PMV... I've read differing opinions on this...


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We got the PMV

So I'm about to apply for 820

Im hoping that they won't ask for another since we gave one for the PMV... I've read differing opinions on this...
We did the PMV /820 route.

The only overseas Police Check we did was for the PMV. It was not requested for the 820 or 801.

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Morocco police certificates are valid for 3 months even has the dates printed on them from date of issue to 3 months after.
When WRussell (migration agent) said: "For immigration purposes all PCCs are treated as valid for 12 months.", I think he means that Immigration give them 12 months from issue date, irrespective of what is printed on them.

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When WRussell (migration agent) said: "For immigration purposes all PCCs are treated as valid for 12 months.", I think he means that Immigration give them 12 months from issue date, irrespective of what is printed on them.
Sorry i seemed to have read a little too quickly.

Thanks for that....


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We did the PMV /820 route.

The only overseas Police Check we did was for the PMV. It was not requested for the 820 or 801.
I hope that ends up being the case for us, We provided the police check in July 2019 and 300 was approved September 2019.

But my fiance is only going to enter Australia in March 2020 as she wanted to finish up working till the end of 2019 and then we are spending time together overseas until March...

Fingers crossed, you have taken some stress away


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