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How It Works?

What you will need to bring when you receive live service!

A live scan form should be provided to an applicant by the prospective employer or the agency requesting the background check. The applicant brings the completed form to a live scan facility (certified fingerprint roller approved by the Department of Justice). All applicants must provide valid identification at the time of the live scan service.

The live scan operator inputs the information provided on the form into a special software program, as well as scans the applicants fingerprints into the program. There are codes on the form provided by the DOJ that enables them to designate what is needed and where to send the information when the operation is completed and after an applicant's data is retreived.

How and when To Pay For Your Live Scan fingerprinting!

If the live scan application is for licensure, in most case the applicant is expected to pay the costs themselves. However, in some case if the application is for the purpose of a pre-employment background check, the prospective employer may opt to cover the DOJ and the FBI fee, but, never the rolling fees (Live scan facility fees) which will vary from facility to facility.

The DOJ and the FBI will process the prints and information and will send the results to the requesting employer or agency or you in some instances.
Live scan is an inkless, electronic fingerprinting procedure where prints are captured on a scanner and processed in a computer software program especially designed to digitize the minutiae of the fingerprint.

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Who Needs Live Scan?


Partcial List below

  • Adoptive Parents
  • Ambulance Drivers
  • Attorneys
  • Cemetery/Funeral Home
  • Certified Nurse Assistants
  • Coaches
  • Daycare Employees
  • Doctors
  • Driving Instructors
  • Elder Care Givers
  • Foster Parents
  • HAZMAT Carriers
  • Home Daycare Providers
  • Indian Gaming
  • Insurance Industry
  • Lottery Ticket Sale
  • LCSW
  • Medical Field Technicians
  • Notary
  • Nurses
  • Pest Control Workers
  • Pharmacist
  • Pilots
  • Psychologist
  • Realtors
  • Security Guards
  • Stock Brokers
  • Teachers
  • Vehicles / Dealers

Vehicles / Any vehicle industry occupation licensed by the DMV Volunteers working with children, the elderly or handicapped