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Police Clearance Certificate

Written November 3rd, 2016

FBI Police Clearance Certificate

A FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Police Clearance Certificate is an "FBI Report" documenting results of a criminal background check that the requesting applicant may or may not have. The FBI Police Clearance Certificate typically details whether or not the applicant has a criminal record in the United States and is usually required as part of a Visa process by the respective foreign agency. There are cases where the Police Certificate (FBI Report) may also include foreign criminal history information where it has been disclosed to the FBI.

 
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Depending the country and/or agency a Police Clearance Certificate can be viewed as an equivalent of a Police Record, Police File, Police Check, Identity History Summary Checks, or even a Criminal History Check. An important fact to remember here is that these names are commonly used by local, state and federal agencies.

Be sure to double check with your requesting agency that you are obtaining the specific "agency level" report. A Police Clearance Certificate for your local police department is not the same as obtaining one from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI).

 
How Long Are Police Certificates Valid?
There is no set period of time for which a FBI Police Clearance Certificate is considered to be valid. The FBI Police Certificate is only truly accurate on the date of the criminal background check was actually conducted on (date of issue). Foreign Embassies, High Commissions, Consulates or other government authorities usually require applicants to provide their FBI Police Certificate that has been issued within the past six (6) months.

Contact Information for the FBI Police Clearance Certificate
FBI, Criminal Justice Information Services Division – Summary Request
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Clarksburg, West Virginia 26306, USA

 
Who Can Apply?
Anyone who has lived in the United States for any length of time, regardless of nationality can apply for a FBI Police Clearance Certificate. In some circumstances, applicants might be required to provide a FBI Police Certificate as part of a Visa Immigration process even they have not lived in the United States.

 

National Live Scan Association

Members of the National Live Scan Association (NLSA) can assist those seeking to get fingerprinted in obtaining their FBI Police Clearance Certificates. Based on the urgency of time, obtaining FBI Police Clearance Certificates be accomplished via Ink Card Fingerprinting or Live Scan Fingerprinting. Contact the National Live Scan Association (http://NationalLiveScan.org) to learn more, 888.498.4234.

 

 

FBI Identity History Summary Checks

Written October 16th, 2016

Identity History Summary Checks

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) now allows individuals to obtain "Identity History Summary Checks". Also known as a "FBI Report", Identity History Summary Checks are basically reviews or proofs that criminal records may or may not exist for individuals. The US Department of Justice Order 556-73, also known as Departmental Order, has established guidelines and procedures for this.

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The Identity History Summary Checks are done by individuals seeking their "personal record review" typically for:

  • Challenge Information on Record
  • Child Adoption
  • Work Visa/Student Visa
  • Immigration
  • Foreign Residency/Travel
  • Attorney Request

 

Background Checks for Employment or Licensing

The FBI's Identity History Summary Checks are typically NOT for employment or licensing purposes within the United States. In most cases the applicant are required by applicable state statute and/or federal law when submitting the background check request through the state's identification bureau, the requesting federal agency, or other authorized (channeling) agencies. It is recommended that applicants contact their requesting agency that is seeking the fingerprinting submission to ensure the appropriate method is followed.

Also Know As...
Other names for the FBI Identity History Summary Checks are Federal Police Clearances, Rap Sheets, Criminal Background Checks, Police Certificates, or even Police Clearance Certificates, just to name a few.

 

Obtaining Identity History Summary Checks

One of most surprising aspects of obtaining a FBI Identity History Summary Check is the time frame. In the past the only way to obtain a FBI Report is by getting fingerprinted on FD-258 Fingerprint Ink Cards. Once fingerprinted, applicants will need to send their FD-258 Ink Cards directly to the FBI and wait, and wait, and wait for their FBI Report to show up on their door steps. This waiting game is typically about 12-14 weeks. The price for this process is $18 plus the cost for getting fingerprinted.

 
FBI-Approved Channelers
If the waiting game is not the popular here, then perhaps paying extra for a FBI-approved Channeling service to expedite your request is the best option. When using FBI-approved Channeling services, obtaining FBI Identity History Summary Checks will take about 1-3 days on average for completion.

FBI-approved Channelers have be contracted by the FBI to assist in expediting the delivery of Identity History Summary Checks on behalf of the FBI. A list of a FBI-approved Channelers can be found on the FBI's website.

 

National Live Scan Association

Members of the National Live Scan Association (NLSA) can assist those seeking to get fingerprinted in obtaining their FBI Identity History Summary Checks. Based on the urgency of time, obtaining FBI Identity History Summary Checks be accomplished via Ink Card Fingerprinting or Live Scan Fingerprinting. Contact the National Live Scan Association (http://NationalLiveScan.org) to learn more, 888.498.4234.