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#1 acman153

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 02:53 AM

My friend and his wife has been living in the phils for 2 years and they have filed for cr1.The embassy is asking for a police certificate from Jordan.His wife worked in Jordan for 2 years (2005-2007)How can they obtain the certificate without having to go to Jordan?

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 03:33 AM

These are the State Department guidelines for Jordan:

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Available to resident Jordanian citizens and foreigners. The General Intelligence Directorate (GID) is responsible for issuing good conduct certificates. They are considered to be reliable, but cover primarily security-related records, i.e. not necessarily criminal information. These certificates must be applied for in person at the local GID office, and are valid for one year. It takes up to two weeks to obtain the certificate from the GID. Foreigners must reside continuously in Jordan for six months before the GID will issue a certificate. There are no procedures to obtain these certificates through Jordanian embassies in foreign countries.

--Ray B

My friend and his wife has been living in the phils for 2 years and they have filed for cr1.The embassy is asking for a police certificate from Jordan.His wife worked in Jordan for 2 years (2005-2007)How can they obtain the certificate without having to go to Jordan?



#3 Mr. Lee

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 03:34 AM

Possibly contact the consulate of Jordan in Manila and see if they can help.

http://www.embassypa...s/embassy22071/

Jordanian Consulate in Manila, the Philippines
(+63) 2 543-4181

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 03:47 AM

These are the State Department guidelines for Jordan:

Police Records

Available to resident Jordanian citizens and foreigners. The General Intelligence Directorate (GID) is responsible for issuing good conduct certificates. They are considered to be reliable, but cover primarily security-related records, i.e. not necessarily criminal information. These certificates must be applied for in person at the local GID office, and are valid for one year. It takes up to two weeks to obtain the certificate from the GID. Foreigners must reside continuously in Jordan for six months before the GID will issue a certificate. There are no procedures to obtain these certificates through Jordanian embassies in foreign countries.

--Ray B


Mr Ray ,They will have to go to Jordan

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 05:58 AM

Possibly...but it wouldn't hurt to inquire of the Jordan Embassy in Manila (if there is one there). Sometimes such rules are flexible.

--Ray B


Mr Ray ,They will have to go to Jordan



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Posted 05 March 2012 - 06:20 AM

Possibly...but it wouldn't hurt to inquire of the Jordan Embassy in Manila (if there is one there). Sometimes such rules are flexible.

--Ray B

Ask at the Jordanian Embassy. If they cannot help you get the police clearance, ask if they can give you documentation of the 6 month residence requirement for obtaining the clearance in Jordan. The US Embassy may waive that requirement due to the 'extreme hardship' of the requirements for obtaining the clearance.

Jordanian Consulate in Manila, the Philippines
Room 315, 3/F Sitio Grande Building
409 A. Soriano Avenue
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Manila 1002
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Telephone (+63) 2 543-4181
Telefax (+63) 2 310-5160
E-mail jordanconsulatemanila@gmail.com
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Office Hours 09.00 - 17.00
Head of Mission Mr Michael Alexander M. Ang, Honorary Consul

The Jordanian Embassy to Philippines is located in Tokyo Japan. They only have a consulate in Manila.

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 01:36 PM

They should print out the following page(s):

http://travel.state....5.html?cid=8983

And highlight the following:

Police Records

Available to resident Jordanian citizens and foreigners. The General Intelligence Directorate (GID) is responsible for issuing good conduct certificates. They are considered to be reliable, but cover primarily security-related records, i.e. not necessarily criminal information. These certificates must be applied for in person at the local GID office, and are valid for one year. It takes up to two weeks to obtain the certificate from the GID. Foreigners must reside continuously in Jordan for six months before the GID will issue a certificate. There are no procedures to obtain these certificates through Jordanian embassies in foreign countries.


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Posted 06 March 2012 - 01:45 AM

Thanks guys i will pass the imformation to my friend.




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