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shreevastav
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Visa Office......: NDVO
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App. Filed.......: 24.02.2010
Doc's Request.: 31.03.2010
AOR Received.: Real In Process  25.01.2012
File Transfer...: 07.04.2010
Med's Request: 26.06.2012
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Interview........: RPRF Draft Debited 18 July 2012
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« on: July 10, 2012, 12:05:38 am »

Dear seniors,

Please kindly suggest me what is the cause of requesting the police clearance certificate from India; whereas till the date me and my spouse does not even  visited the India. I have submitted my Nepalese Police clearance certificate with PP What will be the result???
The statement was as below:
1.Mediucal
2.Photos
3.Bank balance
4.RPRF
5. Original recent Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) for FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE FROM INDIA
(RECENT )

Police Clearance certificates for districts other than Punjab, can be signed by the Senior Superintendent of Police
(SSP);Superintendent of Police; Commissioner of Police; Deputy Commissioner of Police; Additional
Commissioner of Police;Station House Officer (SHO); various inspector and constable ranks; sub-divisional
magistrates; or the Regional Passport Office. Only the Senior superintendent of Police (SSP) or the Regional
passport Office may sign a PCC for residents of the Punjab. Applicants now residing outside India can obtain a
PCC issued by the Indian mission responsible for their current area of residence.
6. Passports as per the following:
ORIGINAL passport along with any old expired passport for Kindly submit all the passports (old and new) after
completion of all the pending requirements.
The picture in the passport for a child under 6 years of age must have been taken within the last 3 years. The ......
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qorax
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« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2012, 12:37:11 am »

Dear seniors,

Please kindly suggest me what is the cause of requesting the police clearance certificate from India; whereas till the date me and my spouse does not even  visited the India. I have submitted my Nepalese Police clearance certificate with PP What will be the result???
The statement was as below:
1.Mediucal
2.Photos
3.Bank balance
4.RPRF
5. Original recent Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) for FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE FROM INDIA
(RECENT )

Police Clearance certificates for districts other than Punjab, can be signed by the Senior Superintendent of Police
(SSP);Superintendent of Police; Commissioner of Police; Deputy Commissioner of Police; Additional
Commissioner of Police;Station House Officer (SHO); various inspector and constable ranks; sub-divisional
magistrates; or the Regional Passport Office. Only the Senior superintendent of Police (SSP) or the Regional
passport Office may sign a PCC for residents of the Punjab. Applicants now residing outside India can obtain a
PCC issued by the Indian mission responsible for their current area of residence.
6. Passports as per the following:
ORIGINAL passport along with any old expired passport for Kindly submit all the passports (old and new) after
completion of all the pending requirements.
The picture in the passport for a child under 6 years of age must have been taken within the last 3 years. The ......


Write to ur IO drawing his/her attention to that fact.
If u've never visited India [in ur life] - u do not need a PCC of that country.
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barackobamaisgood
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« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2012, 12:41:00 am »

I don't know why they asked your india pcc?

what is your passport status? I mean in your passport is there any indian airports stamp..or india visa stamp..
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shreevastav
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Posts: 79
Ratings: +4
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 4131
App. Filed.......: 24.02.2010
Doc's Request.: 31.03.2010
AOR Received.: Real In Process  25.01.2012
File Transfer...: 07.04.2010
Med's Request: 26.06.2012
Med's Done....: 01.07.2012
Interview........: RPRF Draft Debited 18 July 2012
Passport Req..: 26.06.2012
VISA ISSUED...: 22.01.2013
LANDED..........: SOON.......

« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2012, 02:10:44 am »

I don't know why they asked your india pcc?

what is your passport status? I mean in your passport is there any indian airports stamp..or india visa stamp..

My passport status is clear, i never had visited any foreign countries yet. Lets see what happens!!!
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spartan300
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 1233/1312
App. Filed.......: Jan 05,012   PER.............. : Feb 24,012   DD encahsed  : Feb 08,012
AOR Received.: Mar 15,012   2nd line in ecas: Aug 07,012
Med's Request: Aug 10,012
Med's Done....: Aug 19,012   3rd line in ecas: Aug 24, 012
Passport Req..: Aug 10,012   DM on ecas     : Sep 21, 012
VISA ISSUED...: Sept 19, 012
LANDED..........: Nov 25, 012

« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2012, 02:14:44 am »

My passport status is clear, i never had visited any foreign countries yet. Lets see what happens!!!

Do as Sir Qorax as opted...no need to worry...
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barackobamaisgood
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« Reply #5 on: July 10, 2012, 07:34:25 am »

Do as Sir Qorax as opted...no need to worry...

Spartan I think shreevastav has wrongly added some info in his background declaration form like in the form they state... Places of visit..

As I mentioned I visited pokhara for 1 month ... But never mentioned any address outside Nepal... But maybe in his case he mentioned some Indian places with a date of more than 6 months ....


 @  shree

1) either vo was mistaken or
2) my reason is a solid probability


Thanks
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shreevastav
Star Member
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Posts: 79
Ratings: +4
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 4131
App. Filed.......: 24.02.2010
Doc's Request.: 31.03.2010
AOR Received.: Real In Process  25.01.2012
File Transfer...: 07.04.2010
Med's Request: 26.06.2012
Med's Done....: 01.07.2012
Interview........: RPRF Draft Debited 18 July 2012
Passport Req..: 26.06.2012
VISA ISSUED...: 22.01.2013
LANDED..........: SOON.......

« Reply #6 on: July 11, 2012, 12:18:49 am »

Spartan I think shreevastav has wrongly added some info in his background declaration form like in the form they state... Places of visit..

As I mentioned I visited pokhara for 1 month ... But never mentioned any address outside Nepal... But maybe in his case he mentioned some Indian places with a date of more than 6 months ....


   @    shree

1) either vo was mistaken or
2) my reason is a solid probability


Thanks
Thanks Barack, but i had never visited INdia and did not mentioned of visit there so your first reason is most probabel.
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barackobamaisgood
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« Reply #7 on: July 11, 2012, 12:53:00 am »

Thanks Barack, but i had never visited INdia and did not mentioned of visit there so your first reason is most probabel.


Tyeso bhaye no need to worry.... Write a cover letter explaining your VO it will work...
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shreevastav
Star Member
****

Posts: 79
Ratings: +4
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 4131
App. Filed.......: 24.02.2010
Doc's Request.: 31.03.2010
AOR Received.: Real In Process  25.01.2012
File Transfer...: 07.04.2010
Med's Request: 26.06.2012
Med's Done....: 01.07.2012
Interview........: RPRF Draft Debited 18 July 2012
Passport Req..: 26.06.2012
VISA ISSUED...: 22.01.2013
LANDED..........: SOON.......

« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2012, 01:07:48 am »

Write to ur IO drawing his/her attention to that fact.
If u've never visited India [in ur life] - u do not need a PCC of that country.

Thanks a lot MR. qorax Sir for prompt response and making me free of anxiety. +1 from my side to you.

Shreevastav
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shreevastav
Star Member
****

Posts: 79
Ratings: +4
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 4131
App. Filed.......: 24.02.2010
Doc's Request.: 31.03.2010
AOR Received.: Real In Process  25.01.2012
File Transfer...: 07.04.2010
Med's Request: 26.06.2012
Med's Done....: 01.07.2012
Interview........: RPRF Draft Debited 18 July 2012
Passport Req..: 26.06.2012
VISA ISSUED...: 22.01.2013
LANDED..........: SOON.......

« Reply #9 on: August 19, 2012, 06:51:08 am »


Tyeso bhaye no need to worry.... Write a cover letter explaining your VO it will work...
Hello Barack ( Nepalese friend), have you landed at Canada?? Do look the Forum and reply. According to your view i had submitted the PP, Nepalese PCC with Bank Draft on 11 July 2012, but still not any response from NDVO.


Shreevastav
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