Fingerprinting

Who Needs It

 

It is amazing how many different careers require fingerprinting. If you are not sure if your career requires fingerprinting, contact your Human Resources person at work or look for industry websites that talk about fingerprinting requirements. Note that the Legislature periodically adds new programs to the fingerprint-clearance-card system, so this list may not be complete.

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FD-258 FBI Fingerprint Card

Your fingerprints should be placed on a standard fingerprint form (FD-258) commonly used for applicant or law enforcement purposes. The FBI will accept FD-258 fingerprint cards on standard white paper stock. You must provide a current fingerprint card. Postalmax has these available when ever you need them.

Fingerprints taken with ink or via live scan are acceptable. For a fee, the FBI can provide individuals with an Identity History Summary. It is often referred to as a criminal history record or a “rap sheet” which is a listing with certain information taken from fingerprint submissions kept by the FBI and related to arrests and, in some instances, federal employment, naturalization, or military service.

If the fingerprint submissions are related to an arrest, the Identity History Summary includes the name of the agency that submitted the fingerprints to the FBI, the date of the arrest, the arrest charge, and the disposition of the arrest, if known. All arrest information included in an Identity History Summary is obtained from fingerprint submissions, disposition reports, and other information submitted by authorized criminal justice agencies.

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