I got a letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
The first two paragraphs:
This letter refers to your application for permanent residence as a Protected Person.
It has been determined that you meet the eligibility requirements to apply for permanent resident status as a Protected Person.
Yay! That's excellent news. In a little under four months after the hearing and massive amounts of paperwork, I got a beautiful response-
To continue processing your application, you [...] are to provide proof that you do not have a criminal record in the United States of America. You are required to obtain police certificates from the states of [...] and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
To do so, it is recommended that you contact your local police station to make arrangements for the most convenient time for them to take your fingerprints. You must take this letter with you along with photo identification. You will require a set of fingerprints for each state identified plus one set to be sent to the FBI.
Have I ever mentioned that I love bureaucracy?