MOBILE LIVE SCAN IN LOS ANGELES INCLUDES INK CARD FINGERPRINTING SERVICE
I DRIVE TO YOUR LOCATION
ONE TIME $150 SETUP AND TRAVEL FEE PER OFFICE LOCATION
$32 PER PERSON DOJ FEE
$17 PER PERSON FBI FEE
$25 PER PERSON ROLLING FEE
I can be at your office to do many employees in a day.
Cost Effective and Save time!!
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A FINGERPRINTING EVENT AT YOUR OFFICE.
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There are additional fees for after hours mobile Live Scan, holidays, and significant travel.
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CALL TO SET UP FINGERPRINTING EVENTS FOR LARGE OFFICES NEEDING FINGERPRINTING FOR MULTIPLE EMPLOYEES.
There are many types of employment that require live scan fingerprinting (background checks).
If you have printed your Live Scan form, you are now ready to get your fingerprints done.
I can make the process easy by going to your location to do the fingerprinting and help you through the process of fingerprinting digitally or ink.
CHECKS, CREDIT CARDS AND PAYPAL ACCEPTED
Payment is due at the time of service. I do not bill. I need to submit payments to the DOJ and FBI and need to be paid for my services at the time of service.
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Under California Rule of Court Rule 9.9.5, all active attorneys licensed in California must be re-fingerprinted. The State Bar is requiring attorneys to resubmit fingerprints by April 30, 2019. Failure to follow these instructions may be considered non-compliance with State Bar of California fingerprinting rule requirements and may subject attorneys to penalties. In-state attorneys must follow the instructions below:
Fingerprints Need to Be Taken by a Live Scan Vendor. If you live in California, you need to obtain a prepopulated Live Scan form issued by the State Bar to submit your fingerprints to the California Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).» Attorneys must download a prepopulated Live Scan form via My State Bar Profile.Once you have the Live Scan form:
Each attorney will be responsible for covering the cost related to submitting the fingerprints to the DOJ and FBI.
The cost for a DOJ and FBI background check is $49: $32 for the DOJ and $17 for the FBI.
The costs for the Live Scan vendor to physically take your fingerprints $25.00Plus a Mobile Travel Fee of $100
Contact the Live Scan provider in advance Attorneys must present valid photo identification to the Live Scan technician. Expired identification will not be accepted.
Attorneys can choose to use a Live Scan vendor that is contracted to submit fingerprints to the DOJ and generate an ATI number. The State Bar will be the only entity receiving your information once you submit your fingerprints using the pre-populated Live Scan formobtained from your My State Bar Profile or a State Bar authorized fingerprint card.
Attorneys should always check that the Live Scan provider they use is certified by the DOJ and that you obtain an ATI number after fingerprint impressions have been taken. Automated Transaction Identifier (ATI) Number Once fingerprints have been submitted, the Live Scan technician will sign the bottom of the Live Scan form and provide a 10-digit ATI number assigned to your fingerprint impressions, all of which the DOJ and FBI will receive. Attorneys must retain the ATI number as proof of submitting fingerprints to the Live Scan vendor.The Live Scan technician will submit your fingerprints electronically to the DOJ and FBI. It takes about 3 to 14 business days for the State Bar to receive confirmation of an attorney’s fingerprint submission. The State Bar cannot predict delays in this process. Attorneys must submit their ATI number into the ATI link. This shall serve as proof of submission of fingerprints to a Live Scan vendor by April 30, 2019, before the penalty period begins.The ATI number submitted through the ATI link will be regularly audited against notifications received by the DOJ and FBI. The attorney will be notified if the ATI number will need to be resubmitted. The use of fraudulent ATI numbers may lead to disciplinary action.Resubmit Fingerprints When Notified of a Rejection If you are notified that your fingerprints have been rejected, please do the following:
You will not be charged for additional DOJ and FBI fees if you provide the vendor a copy of the State Bar fingerprint rejection notice. The Live Scan vendor will however, charge its fee again for the second submission of fingerprints.The Live Scan vendor will complete the new Live Scan form and provide you with a new ATI number. Return to your My State Bar Profile and enter the new ATI number.You may also choose to go to a different Live Scan vendor. If you choose to do so, however, you will have to pay the DOJ and FBI processing fees again, on top of any additional vendor fees.Resubmit Fingerprints within 90 days of the Initial Rejection Notice If you do not resubmit your fingerprints within 90 days of receipt of the rejection notice or by April 30, 2019, (whichever comes later), you will be penalized $75. After that you will be required to resubmit your fingerprints by August 1, 2019, or you will be penalized an additional $100. If you have not resubmitted your fingerprints by December 1, 2019, your license status will be changed to inactive.