You may check on the status of your Live Scan record by going to the DOJ Website.
You will need the following information: Your date of birth.
Your 10-digit Automated Transaction Identifier (ATI) Number that appears at the bottom of the Department of Justice – Request For Live Scan Form.
How long does it take for a live scan to come back?
What does a live scan reveal?
When Live Scan searches for criminal records, it only searches records where a person was fingerprinted. This means that applicants that were arrested, charged or convicted of minor offenses will not show up if your organization is relying solely on Live Scan as your background source.
How much is DOJ Live Scan?
(Billing Number) on your Request For Live Scan Services Form, you will only pay our $25.00 fingerprinting rolling fee.* Our service fee for fingerprinting is currently at a discounted rate of $25.00. There may be a DOJ fee of $32.00 and if required, an FBI fee of $17.00.
What shows up on a fingerprint background check?
What Does A Fingerprint Background Check Show? The fingerprint database will include your “rap sheet” consisting of any criminal arrest dates, charges, and the disposition of cases. Your fingerprints also identify basic information about your life, such as birth, name, address, and employment.
How long do FBI background checks take?
12 to 14 weeks
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