Find the nearest Live Scan fingerprinting service location in Florida.
Certifix now offers Statewide fingerprinting in Florida, which is certified and approved by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and is available for use for AHCA background screening. Simply visit any of our locations in Florida for a fast and easy fingerprinting experience.
Some of our locations are available on a walk-in basis, and some require an appointment. We would highly recommend that you search for a location using your city, state, or zip code, and we will provide a listing of locations near you.
If you have any issues with the Live Scan service or need to follow up on the status of your background check, simply contact Certifix support, and we will be happy to assist you.
Certifix Live Scan is the most convenient and accurate way to get your fingerprints scanned for various purposes. Our Live Scan operators are experts in securing your prints and can accommodate walk-ins or Scheduled Appointments at any of our locations in Florida.
We offer a nationwide directory of fingerprinting service locations, simply search using your city, state or zip code and we’ll present you with a list of locations in your area.
Contact the location first to ensure they are available to offer Live Scan or ink card fingerprinting, you can then schedule an appointment or walk-in based on availability.
Once you’ve confirmed availability, simply walk into the location and you will be greeted by a fingerprint operator who will scan your fingerprints or roll them onto an ink fingerprint card.
Live Scan fingerprinting in Florida has two fees associated with the service. The rolling or service fee provided to the location can range between $30 to $40 plus the government fee associated with your application type which will either be $37.25 or $61.25.
Simply visit the Certifix location directory and search using your city, state, or zip code, and we will provide you with a list of locations in your immediate area. Once you’ve found a suitable place, you can either walk-in or schedule an online appointment.
Once you’ve submitted your Live Scan transaction, a fingerprint-based background check report will be sent to your requesting agency and they will have a copy of this in their records. However, if you have a need for a different application type or job title, you will need to submit a second Live Scan as the agencies cannot share the results of your background check.
Submitting Live Scan in Florida is a very simple process, you will just need to figure out what ORI number is required for your application type and provide that to the Live Scan service provider or online using our step-by-step online enrollment process.
The Florida Board of Nursing requires that you submit a Live Scan transaction through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, they are not currently accepting fingerprint cards to be mailed to them as the fingerprint records must go through the Care Provider Background Screening Clearinghouse. The Florida Board of Nursing has provided a list of ORI numbers you can find on their website, to use with a Live Scan service provider.
The Live Scan results are sent electronically to your requesting or licensing agency, so it’s important that you contact them directly to ensure they have received the fingerprint-based background check report provided to them by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
Level 2 background checks in Florida will either be $37.25 or $61.25 based on your application type, this fee is paid in addition to the rolling or service fee charged by the location offering the Live Scan fingerprinting service.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has an automated system that will receive your Live Scan transaction and run a background check, a report is then automatically sent to your requesting or licensing agency. Background check reports may be delayed due to poor quality fingerprint capture or other issues that may come up during the fingerprint search.
Live Scan is the process of collecting your personal information and an image of all ten of your fingerprints and transmitting them to a government agency for a background check. Based on the information provided, the government agency will run a background check using their automated systems to generate a report from their database.
The Live Scan service provider can provide you with a TCN that you can use to search for the status of your fingerprint-based background check. It’s important to ensure you get the TCN before you leave the Live Scan site, as this is how we can follow up on the status of your Live Scan transaction.