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Preparing for Your Livescan Appointment: Validating Your Identity

July 31, 20232 min read
"Identity is the key to security, and validating it ensures accuracy and peace of mind." - Unknown

Preparing for Your Livescan Appointment:

Validating Your Identity

When undergoing a Livescan appointment, one of the essential steps is validating your identity to ensure accurate and secure submission of fingerprint information. The process involves presenting specific identification documents to the certified fingerprint roller. Understanding the required documents beforehand will help streamline the appointment and ensure a smooth experience. In this blog post, we will cover the necessary items you need to bring to your Livescan appointment to validate your identity.

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Primary Forms of Photo Identification

The Department of Justice (DOJ) mandates that only current, valid, and unexpired primary forms of photo identification are acceptable. These primary documents must be government-issued and must contain personal descriptor information that matches the details provided on the Request for Live Scan Service form (BCIA 8016FP). Acceptable primary forms include:

  • California Driver's License

  • Department of Motor Vehicles Identification Card

  • Out-of-state driver's license

Secondary Forms of Identification

In cases where primary identification is unavailable, you may present secondary forms of identification. However, you must provide two supplemental documents that support the authenticity of the secondary ID. Acceptable secondary forms include:

  • U.S. Active Duty/Retiree/Reservist Military Identification Card

  • U.S. Passport

  • Social Security Card

  • U.S. Government issued Consular Report of Birth Abroad

Two Validating Supplementary Documents:

To ensure the credibility of the supplemental identification documents, they must be supported by at least two of the following supplemental documents:

  • Utility bill (address)

  • Jurisdictional voter registration card

  • Paycheck stub with name/address

  • Cancelled check or bank statement

Preparing for the Livescan Appointment:

Before your appointment, it's essential to double-check that your primary identification is current and unexpired. Gather the necessary secondary forms and supporting supplemental documents to validate your identity. This preparation will help expedite the process and minimize any potential delays.

Preparing for the Livescan Appointment:

Validating your identity is a crucial step in the Livescan appointment process, ensuring the accurate and secure submission of your fingerprint information. By bringing the required primary and secondary identification documents, along with supporting supplementary documents, you can help expedite the process and ensure a smooth experience. Be sure to comply with the guidelines provided by the certified fingerprint roller and look forward to completing the Livescan appointment with confidence and peace of mind.

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Stacy Mackey

Stacy Mackey is Office Manager at Excell Security, Inc.

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