Certifix Live Scan – Dover

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1151 Walker Rd Ste 100
Dover, DE, 19904
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Walk-In or Appointment

Hours of Operation

9:00AM - 5:00PM

What is the Cost?

$35.00 per ink card Rolling Fee

Services Provided

  • Florida History Check
  • AHCA Background Screening
  • Fingerprint Card Service
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Payment Methods

  • Credit/Debit

More About the Service

We offer various services to meet your fingerprinting needs at Certifix Live Scan – Dover, located at Dover The DOJ and FBI certified and approved our expert team to provide the most accurate and efficient results.

Whether you need live scan fingerprinting for employment or licensing purposes, we offer fast and accessible services just minutes from your home or work. Our state-of-the-art equipment and technology allow us to provide high-quality digital fingerprinting that is reliable and accurate.

In addition, to live scan fingerprinting, we also offer traditional ink fingerprinting services for those who prefer this method. Our trained technicians are experienced in taking high-quality fingerprints and ensuring they meet all requirements for submission to the DOJ and FBI.

At Certifix Live Scan – Dover, we are committed to providing excellent customer service and ensuring your experience with us is pleasant and hassle-free. Whether you are a first-time or repeat client, we will work with you to ensure your fingerprinting needs are met.

So, if you require live scan fingerprinting or ink fingerprinting services, look no further than Certifix Live Scan – Dover at Dover

To obtain our services or schedule an appointment, please click Get Started.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Live Scan?

    Live Scan is the electronic fingerprinting process that replaces traditional ink fingerprinting. An individual’s fingerprints are scanned and securely transmitted to the government, which performs a criminal history background check using an Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). Live Scan is often required by statute for certain types of state-issued licenses, employment, and volunteer work.

  • Is Live Scan the same as a background check?

    Live Scan is a form of background check required by the state and federal governments; typically for state-issued licenses, employment, or volunteer work. It is also often required for (but not limited to) people who work or volunteer in positions of trust for populations such as vulnerable citizenry, the elderly, dependent adults and children. The government will check submitted fingerprints against its database to retrieve an individual’s criminal record.

  • Why do I need a Live Scan?

    Live Scan is often required for people who work or volunteer in positions of trust for populations such as vulnerable citizenry, the elderly, dependent adults and children.

  • Who needs Live Scan anyway?

    All types of individuals are required by the state and federal governments to get Live Scan, including (but not limited to): realtors, licensed DMV professionals, notaries, foster parents, teachers, appraisers, caregivers, stockbrokers, contractors, nurses, doctors, surgeons, security guards, volunteers, and lawyers.

  • Where do I get Live Scan?

    Certifix Live Scan is a Live Scan electronic fingerprinting service provider in the United States. To get Live Scan fingerprinting, you can visit one of their locations. Certifix Live Scan has more than 300 convenient locations in the state of California.

    To find the nearest service location:

    1. Visit the Certifix Live Scan Locations.
    2. Use their location finder by entering your city or zip code.
    3. Our Services will list the nearest locations where Live Scan services can be obtained.

  • How does the process work?

    A trained and certified Live Scan specialist will capture fingerprints using a Live Scan system. The fingerprints are then sent securely via electronic transmission to the appropriate FBI or DOJ-certified channeling agencies for background check processing. A live scan typically takes 10 to 15 minutes, and the person taking the fingerprints will collect all appropriate fees at the time of service.

  • What is a requesting agency?

    A requesting agency is the organization that asks a Live Scan applicant to get Live Scan. This may be an employer, law enforcement agency, school, non-profit organization, home-care agency, etc. Requesting agencies are also sometimes referred to as applicant agencies.

  • How do I get my TCN for a Florida Live Scan?

    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.

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