FastFingerprints Expands In Florida With 3 New Photo-Capable Live Scan Locations
FastFingerprints continues to expand its Florida fingerprinting locations.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
FastFingerprints has recently added three new locations throughout the state of Florida. Two of the offices are located in Palm Beach County in the cities of Lake Worth and Delray Beach, and one office is located in Broward County in the city of North Lauderdale. All of these locations provide Level 2 live scan background checks approved by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). All three of these locations also have additional photo capture capability, to meet the Department of Health (DOH) and the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) photo requirements necessary with each background check.
The newest FastFingerprints location in Lake Worth, FL is located inside 24/7 Drug Testing Services at 3923 Lake Worth Road, Suite 211. The office is open M-F 9:00 am – 5:00 pm and accepts walk-ins. To learn more about the prices, contact the site directly at 561-966-8744. The second location added to Palm Beach County is in Delray Beach, FL and is located inside 24/7 Drug Testing II Services at 601 North Congress Avenue, Building I, Suite 104B. This location is open M-F 11:00 am – 7:00 pm and can be contacted directly at 561-542-1509 for more information. The new FastFingerprints location in North Lauderdale, FL is located inside CynANotary at 6110 Boulevard of Champions, Suite B. Walk-ins are welcome at this location M-F 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and for pricing contact 954-997-9905.
With the addition of these three locations, that brings the number of FastFingerprints offices in Florida to 27, with a promising outlook for new locations always on the horizon. FastFingerprints offers convenient services to make the live scan background check process efficient and comfortable. Most FastFingerprints locations throughout Florida welcome walk-ins within hours of operation. FastFingerprints also provides fingerprint storage for individuals who will require to be fingerprinted often. The storage feature provides the luxury of never having to physically come back to the location and have prints taken again. When fingerprints are stored with FastFingerprints, any future background check needs can be completed by providing information and payment over the phone.
As of February 3, 2014, FastFingerprints also expanded its Florida services via the Corporate Office in Columbus, OH. FastFingerprints now accepts fingerprint cards for individuals not currently living in Florida, but require their Florida background check. This new Florida card scanning process allows individuals anywhere in the country to mail in their fingerprints on cards and have those electronically submitted to the FDLE. Those fingerprints are then processed through the FDLE and the results are delivered to the Florida state agency requesting the background check.
For more information about any of our services or about any of our locations, visit our website at http://www.FastFingerprintsFlorida.com or contact us at 877-932-2435. Stay connected with us on social media.
FastFingerprints, a division of National Background Check, Inc., has been a leader in the services, technology, and equipment required to process state and FBI background checks via electronic fingerprinting for over 14 years. In addition to 16 locations here is Ohio and 27 in Florida, FastFingerprints’ parent company (NBCI), is one of the few companies in the nation to be recognized by the FBI as an approved FBI Channeling Agency that processes FBI requests for departmental order. More information on acquiring an FBI criminal history check for can be found at http://www.nationalbackgroundcheck.com under the FBI Channeling tab. FastFingerprints welcomes walk-ins, and is available for mobile screening appointments. To find a location near you, or to set up a mobile appointment, please visit http://www.fastfingerprints.com or call 1.877.932.2435.
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