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Adol

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You'll need the paper from YOUR country, with APOSTILLE from YOUR country, as it is an act from YOUR country, not here!
 

Eddy

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i have gone to the RCMP twice in the past for this document, neither time did they fingerprint.
I guess they changed things. In my days they took your fingerprints and sent them to Ottawa. The results arrived a week or so later. I feel a lot safer now that that's not necessary. LOL
 

MikeFisher

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You'll need the paper from YOUR country, with APOSTILLE from YOUR country, as it is an act from YOUR country, not here!

so what?
your country has a embassy here means you get the stuff here.
and a good lawyer of course can do the foodwork to get your birthcertificate translated with that needed stamp on it at your embassy for you, but i guess a cheapy residency for 1K may not include such services, lol.
for your first residency, which is the so named temporary residency, valid for 1 year, you need the good conduct paper from your homecountry, of couirse you can order that with your home country's embassy.
a year later when you do the same processes again to switch your temporary residency in a Permanent Residency, you do not need the paper again from your homecountry, then you need the good conduct paper from the Dominican Republic which costs a 330 pesos and takes around 20 minutes to get it.
cheers
Mike
 

Adol

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In France, the embassy can't do such a thing, you aks for your "police report" only to ONE place in France, who has the central file, they SEND IT to you (in france, maybe abroad but it doesn't matter since you have to put the apostille one), and you can put the apostille only in ONE special tribunal, which is the one where the central file is located, and it's not Paris..So you have to have to send it back there etc

Good luck doing that abroad.

And the embassy can't put apostille.