Police Clearance Certificate

    Heighlights

    Find out about the attestation services offered by the Embassy.

    Institutions in Britain may require Maldivian documents to be attested by the Maldivian authorities before they are accepted. The Embassy can attest documents issues by government agencies in the Maldives

    This attestation service involves the placement of the Embassy's seal on the document and/or issuing a letter certifying the authenticity of a document.

    Generally, we provide the following services:

    • Placing the consular seal on a copy of a document, attesting that it is a true copy of the original.
    • Issuing an authentication letter verifying the details of a document written in Dhivehi.
    • Attesting the signing of a legal document to be used in the Maldives. For example, a power of attorney or agreement to be used in a Maldivian court.
    • Issuing verification letters stating the bona fide status such as verifying your relationship to a family member.

    Note: The Embassy cannot confirm the validity of the contents of the document e.g. we can verify that a power of attorney is signed by somebody, but we do not verify that the contents of a document provide legal rights to a specific person.

    If you have documents to attest, please contact us to arrange an appointment.

    Maldivians can enter the United Kingdom and remain for up to 6 months visa-free, if the visit is for tourism purposes or to visit friends/family.

    If you are travelling to the UK for any other reason, you will need to apply for and obtain a UK visa before  you travel to the UK. The UK Government’s ‘Check if you need a UK visa’ website is the best place to find out more information on UK visas.

    UK Visa for Tourism Purposes

    Although Maldivians do not need a visa to enter the UK for tourism purposes, they do need to have documents to show the UK Border Security Officers on arrival. These documents are the same documents that you would need if you did require a visa.

    Full information on the supporting documents you will need can be found on the UK Government website.

    In the majority of cases, Maldivians travelling to the UK for tourism purposes will need the following documents:

    • A genuine passport valid for the duration of your stay in the UK

    • Previous passports showing previous travel

    • Financial documents (e.g. bank statement, proof of earnings letter from your employer) showing that you have enough money to fund your accommodation and expenses in the UK, and enough money to fund your return or onward journey

      • If you will be receiving financial support or accommodation from a friend or family member (legally) living in the UK during your stay, you will need documents (e.g. bank statement, proof of earnings letter from an employer) to show that they have sufficient resources to support you in addition to themselves and their family.

    • Although not required, it is also advisable to have your return or onward travel tickets

    If you are under 18, you will need additional documents:

    • a Birth Certificate or legal document (such as adoption papers) showing the relationship between you and your parent/guardian

    If you are travelling by yourself, or with people other than your parent(s)/guardian(s), you will also need to provide:

    • a signed letter from your parent(s) confirming details of anyone accompanying you, and details of care and accommodation arranged in the UK

    • a copy of your parent(s) or legal guardian’s biographical page of their passport, which includes their signature and passport number. Or, if your parent(s) do not have a passport then you must provide another official document which bears their signature

    Full information on the supporting documents you will need can be found on the UK Government website.

    If travelling for tourism purposes, you must not do the following while in the UK:

    • take employment, produce goods or provide services, including the selling of goods or services to members of the public;
    • undertake a course of study;
    • marry or form a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership;
    • carry out the activities of a business visitor, a sports visitor or an entertainer visitor;
    • receive private medical treatment; or
    • stay longer than six months.

    Long-stay and non-Tourism UK Visas

    If you intend to stay longer in the UK longer than six months, or wish to visit the UK for any reason other than tourism or visiting friends/family, you will need to apply for a visa.

    Please visit the UK Government website for more information about different types of visas and the supporting documents you would need.

    On 30 March 2009, the UK Government changed student visa application rules to the Tier 4 Points-based System. In order to apply as an adult student you must obtain 40 points in your application by having:

    • A confirmed place on a course offered by an approved education provider (30 points); and
    • Enough money at the time of applying to cover your course fees and monthly living costs (10 points).

    To assist with your application the Embassy has produced the following guide to the UK Student Visa Application Process.

    Disclaimer: The information on this page should be taken as a guide only. It is highly advisable that each applicant takes the necessary time to read through the visa application procedures thoroughly before lodging the application. Full information on applying for a student visa in the UK can be found on the UK Border Agency website.

    UK Student Visa Application Process

    1. Choose the course you want to study and check it is a level accepted by UK Border Agency

    2. Check the institution you want to apply to is licensed to sponsor students by the Home Office under the Tier 4 Points-based System.

    3. Work out what money you require to cover your course fees and monthly living costs.

    The money you will need will depend upon your course fees, the length of your course, the location of your institution and whether you will are a child or an adult. Please see the table below for guidance on total study for an adult studying at university in the UK:

    Length of course

    Where you will study

    Maintenance (funds) needed

    Nine months or less

    In London

    Course fees and £800 to cover living costs for each calendar month of the course

    Nine months or less

    Outside London

    Course fees and £600 to cover living costs for each calendar month of the course

    More than nine months

    In London

    First year of fees and £7,200 to cover living costs for nine months in the United Kingdom

    More than nine months

    Outside London

    First year of fees and £5,400 to cover living costs for nine months in the United Kingdom

    4. Obtain a visa letter from your approved education provider (you get 30 points for your visa letter), and gather all the documents you used to obtain this visa letter.

    The visa letter is confirmation of your unconditional offer of a place on a course of study. Without a visa letter, your application will be refused.

    5. Obtain proof that you have the money necessary to fund your studying in the UK (you get 10 points for having proof of funds).

    You will need to demonstrate that your funds will cover your course fees for your first year of study and living costs for up to a maximum of nine months. Your money must be held in cash - shares, bonds, pension funds or similar savings accounts will not be accepted.

    Additionally, you must show that you have held the money for at least 28 days prior to your application. Your proof of funds document must show that the end date of this 28 day period occured no more than one month before the date of your application.

    Valid Evidence of Funds Documents

    To prove your funds, you can provide bank or building society statements, a building society passbook, a letter from your bank confirming money or a loan, a letter from a regulated financial institution or a letter of official financial sponsorship.

    A valid personal or building society statement should show:
    1. your name, or the name of a child's parent(s)/legal guardian(s) (if the applicant is a child); and
    2. the account number; and
    3. the date of the statement; and
    4. the financial institution's name and logo; and
    5. the amount of money available (this must cover your course fees and living costs).

    Note: Personal bank or building society statements are valid proofs of funds for up to a month after the date of the closing balance. They are not valid for longer. New bank statements may be required if a visa application is resubmitted.

    A valid letter from a bank or building society should show:
    1. your name, or the name of a child's parent(s)/legal guardian(s) (if the applicant is a child); and
    2. the account number; and
    3. the date of the letter; and
    4. the financial institution's name and logo; and
    5. the money in your account; and
    6. that there is enough money in the account (to cover your course fees and living costs).

    Please scroll to the end of this page to download a sample bank or building society letter.

    Letter of official financial sponsorship or government sponsor

    Financial sponsorship means that you are given money to cover your course fees and living costs. Your official sponsor could be the Government of Maldives, the UK Government, the British Council or another international organization, company or university.

    If you have an official financial sponsor, you will need to provide a letter of confirmation from your official financial sponsor with your application. The letter must be on the official stationery of your official financial sponsor and have the official stamp of that organization on it. Additionally, the letter should show:

    1. your name;
    2. the name and contact details of your official financial sponsor;
    3. the date of the letter;
    4. the length of your sponsorship; and
    5. the amount of money you have been given, or a statement that your official financial sponsor will cover all of your fees and living costs.

    If your financial sponsor is only covering some of your course fees or living costs, you must provide a sponsorship letter and submit evidence that you have the rest of the money you require (see above).

    General Notes
    • If you have already paid some of your fees or accommodation before applying for your visa, this amount will be deducted from the total amount of money you need to demonstrate. For accommodation, this only applies if you are staying in university or college arranged accommodation.
    • If you are using overseas currency, you are expected to show (written on the document) the closing balance in pounds sterling. The official exchange rate used by the UK Border Agency is on the OANDA website.

    6. Complete the application forms, and submit it with the visa application fee and the supporting documents (your passport, visa letter and proof of funds).

    Common Errors in Student Visa Applications

    Visa applications have been known to be rejected due to the following common errors.

    • CAS number not being written into the appropriate space on your application form.
    • Absence of the financial institution's name and logo on each page of the bank statement as evidence of funds.
    • Required funds for study not being held in your bank account for the required duration of 28 days. It is essential that the funds be held in your account for 28 days, even one day less can result in your application being rejected.
    • Invalid bank or building society statements because they were dated over a month before the application date.
    • Bank letters not including the required information: bank logo and name on each page, your name, the account number, date of the letter, and account balance.
    • If the offer was conditional on certain grades, not taking your original grade documents to the visa assessment centre. Do not take photocopies.

    The video at the bottom of the page dicusses some of the frequent errors made in student visa applications.

    Detailed below are university scholarships that will be open for application for Maldivian students.

    Please note that while some are full scholarships inclusive of the full tuition fee, accommodation, living expenses and flights, others are full-fee scholarships only and will cover the student’s full tuition fee, and a number are part-scholarships which will act as a contribution towards the tuition fee payment, with the student being required to pay the remainder of the fee.

    Additionally, while some scholarships are more tailored towards Maldivians and Small Island Nations, a number of scholarships detailed below are targeted towards a broader international audience; students are therefore likely to face more competition for these scholarships.

    There are also some postgraduate scholarships listed below for those interested in postgraduate study.

    Please also note that this document is not a comprehensive list of all scholarships available for international students in the UK. Should you wish to undertake further research on scholarships for international students, it is advised that you do so prior to sending your UCAS application form.

    Undergraduate Scholarships

    University of Bradford

    International Academic Excellence Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Open to all international students with the exception of students from China, South Korea, Japan and the EU.
    • Awarded to undergraduates and postgraduates based on academic excellence.
    Award

    £2,500 for students with the equivalent of BBB at A Level. This will also be paid in subsequent years of study, provided the student progresses to the following years with 50% or above. £3,500 is awarded to students with the equivalent of AAB at A-Level. This will also be awarded in subsequent years of study, if the student progresses to their following years with 60% or above.

    How to Apply

    All students who apply to study at the University of Bradford will be assessed for this scholarship based on their entry qualifications; students will therefore not be required to submit a separate application.

    Further Information

    More information on this scholarship can be found at: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/fees-and-financial-support/university-scholarships-and-support/2014-15/international-academic-excellence-scholarships/

    If additional information is required, please contact the university on 01274 236637 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Half-fee Academic Excellence Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Open to all international students with the exception of students from China, South Korea, Japan and the EU.
    • Students must already have a conditional or unconditional offer to study with the University of Bradford.
    • Students holding a firm offer from the University and who have already been awarded the £3,500 scholarship for academic excellence are also eligible to apply for this scholarship.
    • Students with a conditional offer from the university who are on target to achieve the equivalent of AAB for their A Levels may also apply for this scholarship on the condition that they are able to prove their results by the end of August 2015.
    Award

    Half of the tuition fees. For courses lasting more than one year, further payments will be awarded if the student achieves an average of 60% or above.

    How to Apply

    Fill out the application form and post it or email it to the university. The application form can be found under the relevant section of this link: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/fees-and-financial-support/university-scholarships-and-support/2014-15/international-academic-excellence-scholarships/

    Further Information

    The highest achieving students will be awarded this scholarship. Students to whom this scholarship is awarded must also agree to be featured on the ‘scholarships’ section of the university’s website, in addition to being featured in other relevant promotional materials.

    If additional information is required, please contact the university on 01274 236637 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    University of Bristol

    International Office Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria

    In order to be eligible for this scholarship, applicants:

    • Must be classed as international students.
    • Must already have received an offer from the University of Bristol of a place on a full-time undergraduate course.
    • Must not already be enrolled at the University of Bristol, as current students are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
    • Sponsored students are also not eligible to apply, and nor are students who have already been awarded a scholarship of over £3,000.
    How to Apply

    Students can apply for this scholarship at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/intscholarships2015

    Candidates will be required to answer the following question: “Why do you think it is important for a university to have students from around the world?” There is a limit of 350 words to answer this question.

    Further Information

    The deadline for this application is Friday 12th June, 2015 (17:00 UK time), and successful candidates will be informed in July 2015. If more information about this scholarship is required, please contact the university via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    University of Cambridge

    Maldives Cambridge Scholarship

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Students from the Maldives will automatically be considered for this scholarship upon submitting an application to the University of Cambridge
    • Students must therefore meet all eligibility criteria for the course they have applied for
    • Students must have completed their A-Levels by August 2015
    • Students will be required to show that they have financial need in order to be able to study at the University of Cambridge
    Award

    The student’s full tuition fees, their college fees, their annual spending allowance (sufficient for one person), and annual return air fare.

    How to Apply

    As students from the Maldives are automatically considered for this application upon submission of their application, the submitting an additional application form is not required.

    University of Coventry

    Merit Scholarship Scheme

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed an international student applying for undergraduate study at the University of Coventry.
    • As the scholarship is awarded based on academic merit, each undergraduate student is expected to hold, or be predicted to achieve the equivalent of grades BBC at A-Level.
    Award

    £1,000 in one year only.

    How to Apply

    All international students applying for undergraduate study from any non-EU country will be automatically assessed for this award, therefore there is no separate application form. Successful applicants will be notified by the university.

    Further Information

    Scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis, and cannot be combined with any other scholarship or discount. Further information about scholarships offered by the University of Coventry is available at this link: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/study-at-coventry/international-applicants/fees-and-scholarships/international-scholarships/

    University of Oxford

    Reach Oxford Scholarship

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Students must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Students must be nationals of a country that receives official development assistance from the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The Maldives is on this list, which the University of Oxford has provided on their website.
    • Students must be applying for an undergraduate course at the University of Oxford
    • Students applying to study medicine are not eligible to apply for this course
    • Students must have outstanding academic ability and high exam results.
    • Students should demonstrate financial need and social commitment, and must be intending to return to their country of residence following their studies.
    Award

    University tuition fees and college fees, a grant for living expenses and one return air fare per year. This is awarded every year for a duration of 3 or 4 years, depending on the length of the course for which the student has applied.

    How to Apply

    Students must first apply to the University of Oxford through UCAS by 15 October 2014, and be successful in gaining a place. Next, the student must complete a separate scholarship application form and arrange for two references to be submitted on their behalf. Candidates who have not been offered a place at the University of Oxford will not be considered for this scholarship.

    Further Information

    Not all colleges are able to offer this scholarship every year; if a student has been accepted by a college that does not offer this scholarship, this should not deter them from applying for and being awarded the scholarship. Should the scholarship application be successful, arrangements will be made to transfer students between colleges.

    Students who achieve this award will be expected to write an annual report about their academic and social activities and achievements at the university. Receipt of the award in subsequent years is dependent upon satisfactory academic progress. Please note that competition for this scholarship is very high and the university does not have additional funding for those who are not offered a scholarship.

    Sheffield Hallam University

    Automatic International Student Discount

    Sheffield Hallam University is offering its new international students a £1,000 automatic fee discount for all full-time undergraduate courses. The discounts will be applied with the candidate’s application and confirmed in the university’s offer letter.

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Students must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Students must be self-financing
    • Students must not have studied at Sheffield Hallam
    • Students must submit their applications before 1 May to be eligible for this discount
    • The student’s fees cannot be discounted by another arrangement such as a corporate contract or a partnership discount
    • Students must meet the entry requirements in their offer letter before enrolling
    Award

    A discount of £1,000, which the student will only receive in their first year of study.

    Further Information

    Although a candidate may be qualify for both a discount and a scholarship, they will only be eligible to receive one of these offers. Candidates will be able to accept the highest discount or scholarship that they are offered.

    If a candidate is eligible for the discount, they are still required to pay any relevant deposits and 50% of the remainder of the discounted fee before or at enrolment.

    Transform Together Scholarship

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be an international student for fees purposes
    • Candidates will have achieved or exceed the English and academic entry requirements for the course
    • Candidates will have received an offer for a full-time undergraduate course at Sheffield Hallam University
    • Candidates must be able to pay any additional fees their course may require, such as fees for field trips
    Award

    Half fee waiver (50% discount). The candidate will be expected to pay the remainder of their tuition fees as well as their accommodation and living expenses.

    How to Apply

    In order to apply for this scholarship, candidates must first apply for a course at Sheffield Hallam University. Once an application has been sent and an offer letter has been received, the candidate may download the scholarship application form, which can be found under the relevant category at this link: http://www.shu.ac.uk/international/scholarships-bursaries/transform.html

    Applications must be completed and returned with transcripts to the email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Deadline

    The application must be sent by 31 May 2015 for courses starting in September 2015.

    Further Information

    If successful, the candidate will be notified approximately one month after the deadline.

    More information on this scholarship can be found at the link provided above. Alternatively, candidates may check the university’s scholarship Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), which can be found at: http://www.shu.ac.uk/international/scholarships-bursaries/faqs.html

    Candidates may also make their own enquiry at: http://www.shu.ac.uk/international/enquiry/enquiry.php?enquiry_method=scholarships

    University of Westminster

    University of Westminster Full International Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Candidates must be from a developing country
    • Candidates must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster; the scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic excellence; they must have achieved, or be expected to achieve the equivalent of grades AAB at A-Level
    • Candidates must also be able to demonstrate financial need and development potential
    Award

    Full tuition fee award, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.

    How to Apply

    Information on how to apply for this scholarship can be found at this link: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/apply

    Westminster Full Fee Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Candidates must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster; the scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic excellence; they must have achieved, or be expected to achieve the equivalent of grades AAB at A-Level
    Award

    The sum of the candidate’s full tuition fee. The candidate will be expected to pay the remainder of their tuition fees, as well as accommodation and living expenses.

    How to Apply

    Information on how to apply for this scholarship can be found at this link: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/apply

    Westminster Half Fee Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Candidates must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster; the scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic excellence; they must have achieved, or be expected to achieve the equivalent of grades AAB at A-Level
    Award

    Half (50%) of the candidate’s tuition fee. The candidate will be expected to pay the remainder of their tuition fees, as well as accommodation and living expenses.

    How to Apply

    Information on how to apply for this scholarship can be found at this link: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/apply

    Westminster Partial Fee Scholarships

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed as international for fees purposes
    • Candidates must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster; the scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic excellence; they must have achieved, or be expected to achieve the equivalent of grades AAB at A-Level
    Award

    £2,000 fee award. The candidate will be required to pay the remainder of their fees, as well as their accommodation and living expenses.

    How to Apply

    Information on how to apply for this scholarship can be found at this link: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/apply

    EHWLC International Business Programme Progression Scholarship

    The Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College is an Associate College of the University of Westminster.

    Eligibility Criteria
    • Candidates must be classed as an international student for fees purposes
    • Candidates must hold an offer of a full-time undergraduate degree at the Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College; the scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic excellence; they must have achieved, or be expected to achieve the equivalent of grades AAB at A-Level
    Award

    £2,000 fee award. The candidate will be required to pay the remainder of their fees, as well as their accommodation and living expenses.

    How to Apply

    Information on how to apply for this scholarship can be found at this link: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/apply

    Further Information for All University of Westminster Scholarships

    More information can be found on the university’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) webpage: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/prospective-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships/frequently-asked-questions

    Information on how foreign nationals can obtain Police Clearance Certificates from the Maldives Police Service.

    A Police Clearance Certificate contains details of any 'disclosable' convictions relating to the applicant under the Criminal Law of The Republic of Maldives. The issuance of Police Clearance Certificates is the responsibility of the Maldives Police Service. However, in certain circumstances, the Embassy may be able to provide assistance with applications.

    As all Police Clearance Certificates must be collected by hand from the Police Headquarters in Male', Foreign nationals seeking to obtain a certificate for their time as expatriate workers in the Maldives, are advised to contact their former employers in Maldives for assistance.

    In the event that this is not possible, application forms can be downloaded here. All applications, with any supporting documents, should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    All queries in relation to obtaining police certificates should be first directed to the Bureau of Criminal Records:

    Bureau of Criminal Records,
    Maldives Police Service,
    Shaheed Hussain Adam Building,
    Boduthakurufaanu Magu,
    Male’
    Republic of Maldives

    Telephone: +960 3322112 (ext. 3733)
    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Please Note: Obtaining Police Clearance Certificates can take a considerable amount of time when the applicant is outside of the Maldives. Please make applications well in advance.

    To check the authenticity of an issued Police Clearance Certificate, click here.

    Maldivian citizens residing in the United Kingdom can renew their expired National Identification Cards through the Maldives Embassy by following the instructions below.

    Required Documents

    To renew an expired passport, please prepare the following documents for submission to the Embassy:

    1. A covering letter requesting a ID renewal, including details of all enclosed documents
    2. A fully completed ID application form (please remember to include a current contact number and signatures in the relevant boxes). The ID application form can be downloaded here
    3. Please email a digital copy of a passport sized photograph to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please ensure that the photo is in compliance with the requirements set out by Maldives Immigration.
    4. The applicant's current ID card
    5. Renewal Fees (please see below)

    Please ensure that all necessary documents are submitted when making your application

    Processing Time

    Following receipt of application, ID card renewal will take approximately 12 working days.

    Renewal will take longer if the necessary documents are missing, incomplete or not in accordance with requirements, and/or payment is incorrect.

    Fees

    The following fees apply to all applications for ID card replacement/renewal/issuance:

    ID Renewal Fee £7.23
    Postage - Courier Charges £37.51
    Royal Mail Special Delivery (next day by 1pm) £6.50
    Total £51.24

    Form of Payment: The Embassy accepts bank transfers to the Embassy Account.

    If you are a Maldivian citizen who has got married abroad and you wish to register your marriage in the Maldives, you will need to contact the Family Court directly.

    The contact details of the Family Court are as follows:

    Telephone:    00960 3325502, 00960 3006101

    Email:            This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

    If you are a Maldivian citizen who has given birth to a child abroad and you wish to register the birth in the Maldives, you will need to contact the Department of National Registration directly.

    The Contact details of the Department of National Registration are as follows:

    Telephone: 00960 3323814, 00960 3315440 

    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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