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An electronic capture of your fingerprints on a card you bring in or one supplied by us. Additional cards available upon request.
Includes an official FBI criminal history report via email within 24 to 48 hours. Mailed tamper proof copy options are available as well.
*We also provide FBI Apostille services - if your background check is going to a foreign country, we can assist in the Apostille process
A direct fingerprint submission to the Florida Department Law Enforcement. Results in 1 to 2 business days. Price dependent upon ORI #
A direct fingerprint submission to FINRA in 1 to 3 business days. Firm CRD and address needed. Much faster than the normal mailing method
ATF background check for Conceal carry permit, firearm permit, open carry, etc.
Fingerprinting services provided at your location in St. Louis or ours in St Louis City.
By appointment only.
FBI Apostilles for your FBI background checks going to any country.
Expedited Services Available
You may need fingerprints completed for a number of reasons, we can assist for all of them!
We can assist if you need ink or digital live scan fingerprinting completed at your location or ours in St Louis City.
Depending on your type of appointment you may need the following:
Mobile Notary St. Louis provides fingerprinting by appointment ONLY
Do you provide mobile fingerprinting?
Do you do ink or Live Scan fingerprinting?
I am not sure if I need ink or live scan, how do I know?
Do you provide live scan and fingerprinting for other states such as California DOJ, Florida, Illinois, or other states?
Why is are my fingerprints or a background check being requested?
1. Employment Verification: This allows you to confirm the accuracy of an applicant's reported employment history. It provides details such as past employers' names, addresses, dates of employment, and job titles held.
2. Education Verification: This report verifies the schools or colleges an applicant attended, dates of attendance, and any degrees or diplomas earned.
3. Criminal History: A criminal background check reveals non-expunged criminal convictions, including the type of offense, offense date, level of offense (misdemeanor or felony), disposition of the offense, date of disposition, and sentence information.
4. Identity Verification: This check ensures that the applicant's provided information, such as Social Security number, birthdate, and name, matches their identity. It also verifies former names used and associated addresses.
5. National Sex Offender Registry Check: Requesting this check helps identify if an applicant is a registered sex offender in any U.S. state, providing relevant information about the underlying conviction.
For your Information:
When conducting background checks in Missouri, it's crucial to comply with applicable laws. Failure to do so can result in fines, penalties, and lawsuits. Here's an overview of relevant laws:
1. Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA): This federal law protects consumer privacy when information is collected, held, and shared by consumer reporting agencies. Employers must provide written disclosure and obtain the applicant's permission before conducting background checks. Adverse action procedures should be followed if negative information influences the hiring decision.
2. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act: This federal anti-discrimination law prohibits workplace discrimination based on protected characteristics. Employers should assess individual criminal convictions in relation to the job position.
In addition to federal laws, Missouri has specific regulations, including:
1. Missouri Executive Order 16-04: This ban-the-box law prohibits questions about criminal history on applications within the executive branch of the Missouri state government. However, certain exceptions apply based on eligibility for the position.
2. Kansas City Ban-the-Box Ordinance: Employers with six or more employees must postpone inquiries about criminal history until the applicant is determined otherwise qualified for the job and has had an interview. Convictions should only be considered if directly related to job requirements.
3. St. Louis Ban-the-Box Ordinance: Applicable to employers with 10 or more employees in St. Louis, this law restricts asking about criminal history on applications. Employers can inquire about criminal history only after interviews or when conducting background checks on the final candidate pool.
4. Missouri Expungement Law: Certain felony and misdemeanor convictions can be expunged under specific conditions. Expunged convictions are not reportable, and applicants with expunged records do not have to disclose them.
To obtain a Missouri employment background check, you can utilize the Missouri Automated Criminal History System for state criminal records. However, this search does not include out-of-state or federal convictions, employment history, education data, and other important background information. The Missouri Court System's Case Net system provides free name-based searches within Missouri's courts, but some municipal courts may not participate or return unrelated results.
While some employers attempt do-it-yourself background checks through various channels, it can be time-consuming and may not yield comprehensive results. Partnering with a reliable background check company like MobileNotaryStLouis is recommended. Our process is thorough, accurate, and fast, providing fully FCRA-compliant background checks in Missouri.