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    Summer2013 is offline Member 526 points
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    PCC in USA

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    In the step II documents we need to submit Police Clearance Certificate. Where do we get this from in USA? When I asked my local police station they issue a Certificate of Good Conduct. Is this enough for the student Visa purposes? Those of you students coming from US to Aruba, where did you get your PCC in US?

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    Southerndoc is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    I received my 'background check' from a local sheriff's department. That is where they will usually issue you one. I assume a 'good conduct' form is equivalent to a clear 'background check', but I urge you to contact the NY office and speak to someone directly to get a more solid answer. Several students will have different experiences and as requirements and immigration policies continuously change, it's best not to get information from previous students who may have done something in the past that is no longer acceptable. Email or call the school and they will let you know what is acceptable. If you have any other questions feel free to PM me.

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    hollboy is offline Member 510 points
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    Just look up the number for your nearest police department and ask them about a background check. They'll let you know where to go, I had to drive a bit out of the way to the main police department for my county.

    It cost me $10. You have to get that apostilled along with your birth certificate. I called Xavier and they said the background check was what they wanted, but you should definitely call them to make sure. The admissions reps are pretty helpful

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