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Don’t hesitate or shy away from asking anything related to electronic fingerprinting or things related to it. We, as a team, will answer your queries as we know that the electronic fingerprinting process, the preparation, what to do after getting fingerprints all these things might be confusing for people, and that is understandable. For people, it is difficult to keep track of every rule that is changed for each profession. That’s why we are here. Our experts are masters of the trade. We will resolve your query in no time.



Answer: The Level II background screening is done to make sure that the right candidate is hired for the position. This happens in all the professional areas and not only in Medical. For example, the bank would not want to hire someone who has a history of doing financial fraud to the cashier’s position. To avoid such scenarios, level II background screening is conducted.

Answer: Anyone who is applying for a job in Florida or wants to offer services in certain professional areas, anyone who wants to renew their license or get a new license, electronic fingerprints are a must to conduct the level II background screening check.

Answer: If you don’t go through the electronic fingerprinting process, then your application for the job/license is considered incomplete, and it won’t be considered for further processing.

Answer: Please visit the link https://truprintz.com/florida-department-of-law-enforcement-ori-numbers/ to know your ORI number based on your agency and profession.

A completed Request For Live Scan Service (PDF) form.
A current photo identification.
A fingerprint processing fee and an additional rolling fee. Please call us to verify the amount of the rolling fee.

You’ll have to visit us again to be fingerprinted. The FBI wants to see two attempts at getting legible prints. Please bring the letter you received and make sure it has a “TCN” number.