I know that the US shares full, real time access to the US NCIC database with Canada, but does it give this type of access to any other countries?

Many people seem to think that any immigration department of a country which is an Interpol member has full access to the US NCIC database for the purpose of screening people as they enter. Others believe that departments such as these only have partial access to the US NCIC. Still others believe that the US shares no such access with any country except Canada and that foreign governments must rely only on what information is supplied to Interpol in the form of Interpol notices or on their own local databases.

(Asking here because Law SE said it's off topic for them)

  • Cross post on Law.
    – Brythan
    Mar 5 '18 at 2:57
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    @Brythan Because they said it's not applicable there and to post here.
    – TravelMate
    Mar 5 '18 at 3:30
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    I think it's a fine question, but if you want to improve it, which people? Reference the claims and include quotes. Also, summarize NCIC database. What's in it? Source? Quote?
    – Chloe
    Mar 5 '18 at 4:59
  • @TravelMate: The way you fix that is by deleting your question on Law.
    – user285
    Mar 6 '18 at 15:58
  • @RobertHarvey Deleted from law. I didn't know I was supposed to do that. I'm very new to Stack Excange.
    – TravelMate
    Mar 7 '18 at 8:42

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