Q: Deleted interpol data and FBI identity history summary report
I was unaware of an interpol notice against me until I received my FBI identity history report. I then contacted NCB of Qatar, the notice issuing country (same as where I reside) to inquire about the interpol case. In the meantime, I also got a clear police report from Qatar police and court stating i have no criminal history. I submitted these papers to NCB of Qatar and they removed the notice from the database and also sent an email informing USNCB. I then decided to challenge my fbi report. They responded saying they contacted USNCB and they did not respond so they cannot help with data deletion. So my questions is, should I send fresh fingerprints and apply for a new FBI identity history summary report? Assuming they will re-run my fingerprints and since there is no information on interpol's database, nothing will show up?
Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks!
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