Mobile Services

We offer on-site Mobile Live Scan Fingerprinting services for organizations, individuals, small businesses, and large corporations. Our highly skilled technicians will travel to your desired location to process applicants conveniently and quickly.

Live Scan Fingerprinting

The process of electronically capturing fingerprints is known as Live Scan. Our state-of-the-art Live Scan machines and software securely transmits an applicant's fingerprints to the appropriate government agency, which conducts a criminal history background check using the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). Applicants seeking fingerprinting services must obtain instructions and the necessary forms, such as the Request for Live Scan Service Form, from the agency requiring their criminal history background check. In some cases, we may be able to provide the necessary forms, but it is recommended to confirm ahead of time.

FBI Ink Card Fingerprinting

At American Health Biometrics, we provide efficient and cost-effective Mobile ink fingerprint services. Our mobile team will coordinate with you to arrange an on-site service that is non-disruptive and hassle-free. Our Basic Mobile FBI Fingerprint Card service is available to groups of 8 or more applicants requiring fingerprinting. Additionally, we offer a Mobile FBI Fingerprint service, which is a convenient option for busy executives. Whether you have a large group or are a CEO with time limitations, we are the ideal choice for perfectly prepared FBI fingerprint cards. You can trust our experienced professionals to handle your FBI fingerprints with utmost care and precision.

Notary Public

Our Notary Public services are provided by certified, licensed, bonded & insured Notaries. Notary Publics are licensed and regulated by the Secretary of State. They certify the proper execution of many documents and are required to follow certain rules and regulations. What is required for a document to be notarized? Most documents that are notarized must have the following:

  1. Language that commits the signer in some way.
  2. A signature.
  3. A Notarial Certificate, completed by the Notary Public, to validate the notarization.
  4. A valid State ID or Driver’s License.

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