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Subject: Email from RCMP
  Hi all: The only news I really have to share is that I received an email from the RCMP regarding my police clearance. I applied for PR under SW category on Nov 04 and received AOR on Mar 05. Applied for police clearance from RCMP in April and I received this email yesterday (after 5 months) regarding the status of it. I wasn´t asked to do the clearance, just did it anyway.

To Ms. ****:

Your application has been mailed out on the week: 2005-07-07

And have been mailed to the CANADIAN CONSULATE GENERAL BUFFALO, NY USA:

Thank you
LYN
RCMP
Civil Fingerprint Screening Services

Sorry but not much else to report. Still waiting for IA. Thanks to everyone who keeps this forum alive. It´s the only thing that retains my sanity.

[13-10-2005,13:32]
[***.63.36.88]
Candice
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
which email address did u use to ask RCMP?

Thanks.

[13-10-2005,14:44]
[**.229.171.230]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
email:
civilnps@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

I got the same answer:
(in my case I sent them on July 24th and they sent them to Buffalo on Oct 04

Dear XXXXX,

Your request for the verification of a criminal record for IMMIGRATION purposes refers.


NOTE:


CFSS processes more than 15,000 criminal record searches each month. The processing time is currently in excess of one hundred and fifty (150) working days from receipt of an application. Note that processing time can vary due to incoming workloads.




They have been completed on the week of 2005-10-04 and have been sent to the following address:

CANADIAN CONSULATE GENERAL BUFFALO, NY. USA


You may wish to visit our Internet Website at: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/crimrec/finger_e.htm for a complete overview of our service.


Best regards,
Annik
RCMP Civil Fingerprint Screening Services
P.O. Box 8885
Ottawa, Ontario
K1G 3M8

[13-10-2005,16:00]
[***.106.6.3]
mircea
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
hey, why you mail your Police clearnce before Buffalo asked you to do so/
[13-10-2005,16:06]
[**.66.36.59]
departure bay
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
Well it takes a 150 days to get it if Buffalo does ask for it so might as well do it anyway just in-case they do ask for it. Otherwise you´ll be delayed by 3 months.
[13-10-2005,16:12]
[***.63.36.88]
Candice
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
I didn´t do it, because on the manual it says that don´t do finger print until Buffalo asked for it
[13-10-2005,16:53]
[**.66.36.59]
departure bay
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
Dont stress over it DB. I just did it for the hell of it. They probably wont even ask you for it since you have already been here for X years, studying and working. Dont worry.
[13-10-2005,17:08]
[***.63.36.88]
Candice
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
nap, only 3 and half year, hey, you should check out our www.roadtocanada.com

everybody is over there

[13-10-2005,17:22]
[**.66.36.59]
departure bay
(in reply to: Email from RCMP)
It is good that you sent Candice, even I sent my fingerprints to Buffalo even couple of months before I applied, I don´t know how it works, but it reaches and they enter everything in the database. It saves some time, in case they ask you after IA, you did a good thing.

DB why are you stressing Candice not to give fingerprints, though you may be correct, why the heck do you stress..

[13-10-2005,18:31]
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