Before a (for fee) IMB may provide a foreign national client’s personal contact information to a United States client, the IMB must: 1.search sex offender public registries for information regarding the United States client; 2.collect certain criminal and marital background information through documentation or an attestation from the United States client; 3.provide to the foreign national client any records retrieved from the sex offender public registry search and the background information collected in her primary language; 4.provide to the foreign national client a government-prepared information pamphlet about the legal rights and resources available in the U. to immigrant victims of domestic violence and other crimes; and 5.obtain the foreign national client’s signed, written consent to the release of her information to the United States client.(Sections 833(d)(2) and (3)) Penalty for Misuse of Information.
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