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FBI Ink Card (FD-258) – Fingerprinting

January 12, 2018

Ink Card Fingerprinting may be required for any of the following reasons:

  • Obtaining criminal history record from another state or another country.  Applicants would be required to submit the ink card to the appropriate state agency or country’s government agency.

  • Obtaining a copy of criminal history record sent directly to the applicant by the FBI.  Beneficial for applicants applying for immigration or adjustment of status.

  • Obtaining an out-of-state professional license such as an applicants’ licenses to practice law, nursing and other professions.

  • FINRA / ABA / Federal Employment – Some employers including but not limited to applicants seeking federal employment and others working in the securities industry regulated by FINRA required to submit Ink Card fingerprints for background checks prior to licensing.

 

As an added benefit to our customers, we have on hand, 

 

the standard FBI Fingerprint Cards, Form No. FD-258, as used by the FBI, US Immigration and Naturalization Service; to include many police agencies for noncriminal fingerprinting (such as for letter of good conduct, employment clearances or immigration purposes).

 

One of our beneficial services to clients is our Mobile InkCard Fingerprinting and Mobile Notary Public Service flexibility. Contact us today and ask to speak with one of our team members, OnPointe Alliance (469) 466-1424

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