A notary public is a state officer and pubic official whose designated acts are essential to the smooth running of our administrative and legal operations. Fingerprinting is often used by notaries when acknowledging that a person has proved his or her identity. Fingerprint impressions taken by a Notary Public
are often required for legal documents, background checks, and employment purposes.
Mobile notaries are notaries public who travel to perform their duties, often including the taking of fingerprints. Many notaries have been trained by expert law enforcement fingerprinters and have received certification from the state or county they serve in. Mobile Notaries
handle your fingerprinting needs at the place and time of your convenience.
A Fingerprint Background Check
is a screening process that uses the fingerprints of an individual to find out more about the person's professional, educational, financial, and criminal history. Continue on to read more about the reasons for a fingerprinting background check and how & where to have one done.
Live scan fingerprinting is the process of taking fingerprints digitally on a computer without using ink. The digitized prints are transmitted to the appropriate government agency and a criminal background check is completed. It has modernized the science of taking fingerprints. The automated Live Scan Fingerprinting
process can be completed within 72 hours.