An Authorized Recipient (AR) is an entity, nongovernmental or governmental, that is authorized by federal statute or federal executive order to receive fingerprint background check results on behalf of a prospective employee to determine their suitability for employment. AR entities that are issued an ORI (Originating Agency Identifier) number are entitled to outsource their fingerprint submissions through Approved FBI Channelers for more efficient processing.
Not all employers are considered Authorized Recipients and written approval and permission from the FBI is required.
Examples of Authorized Recipient Entities include:
- Federally Chartered Or FDIC Banking Institutions
- Native American Tribes
- Public Housing Authorities
- Applicants For Federal Employment
- Flight Training And Aviation
Our staff at Genesis Mobile Fingerprinting ensures that your Kentucky and Indiana DPS application for a fingerprint clearance card is done correctly.
We provide full on-site and remote I9 Verification services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to get fingerprints taken?
The whole process is generally complete within 10 minutes of starting.
Who needs Live Scan Fingerprinting?
Many agencies and programs accept electronically submitted fingerprints for occasions such as adoption and gaining a firearm permit. Certain careers and professions will also require fingerprints as part of a background check. Some of these include nurse practitioners, physicians, pharmacists, dentists, and more.
Is Live Scan Fingerprinting messy?
No ink is used when doing live scan fingerprinting. You only need to touch a clean piece of glass to capture your images.
What payment forms do you accept?
We accept any kind of credit cards like VISA, Mastercard, AMEX, etc.
Whether you need mobile fingerprinting, on-site drug testing, background checks, notary...we're there for you!