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At one time, the general rule for people applying for immigrant visas to the U.S. (which lead to a green card) was that they needed to supply a police certificate (detailing their arrest records) for any country, or locality, in which they had lived since the age of 16.
More recently, however, the U.S. State Department has published a slightly different set of rules. You must now supply police certificates if you:
For more information, consult an attorney or see the State Department’s list of “Documents the Applicant Must Submit to the NVC.”