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Postby Matchstick_man » 15 Jan 2005, 21:18

Great joke. I like the one in the movie Ihaka-Blunt Instrument Temeura Morrison plays a cop. Customs official "Ihaka-that's a Maori name. A Maori cop! That's a change around. Ihaka "Just remind me which one of us descended from criminals.
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Postby Comrade Stalin » 20 Jan 2005, 13:51

MJB wrote:Nice..........

I got hitched back in 91 after already being here for almost 6 years.........The police record was by far the most troublesome document to aquire. I ended up getting one from my Grandparents area, even though I have never lived there. It took 4 damn months!

Please don't for a second take for granted the amount of hassle you have just been relieved from!


I went to Guam and got mine. Took about 5 days. I then took it to TECO and the idiots lost it. :roll:

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Postby Ironman » 20 Jan 2005, 14:38

MJB wrote:Nice..........I got hitched back in 91 after already being here for almost 6 years.........The police record was by far the most troublesome document to aquire. I ended up getting one from my Grandparents area, even though I have never lived there. It took 4 damn months!!


Australia is easy. No fingerprints when I did mine and seems to be still the same with $36.00 and 10 days.

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Postby twocs » 24 Apr 2005, 11:51

Ironman wrote:
MJB wrote:Nice..........I got hitched back in 91 after already being here for almost 6 years.........The police record was by far the most troublesome document to aquire. I ended up getting one from my Grandparents area, even though I have never lived there. It took 4 damn months!!


Australia is easy. No fingerprints when I did mine and seems to be still the same with $36.00 and 10 days.

http://www.afp.gov.au/afp/page/Employme ... hterms.htm


Can I get an ARC based on marriage with a police record that did not use fingerprints?

I can get a CCRD without fingerprints, but will it work for me?

Already checked with Ironman and he wasn't sure.
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Postby Bu Lai En » 26 Apr 2005, 14:43

Can I get an ARC based on marriage with a police record that did not use fingerprints?


My NZ police record didn't have fingerprinting.

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Postby jlick » 26 Apr 2005, 16:28

Neither did my US one. I just went to the local police headquarters, had to show ID and they gave me a letter saying I didn't do it. If you tell us more about where 'back home' is for you, perhaps someone from there will be able to give specific advice. In general, they will accept just about any official letter from any law enforcement agency in your home country saying you haven't comitted a crime.
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