Archive for October, 2011

Mobile Fingerprinting

October 5th, 2011 by ArizonaLivescan

Does your company need to fingerprint a group of employees, volunteers or teachers? If so, you’ve found the right partner in Arizona Livescan. Our mobile livescan fingerprinting system is portable, efficient and provides instant verification of classifiable fingerprints. This means your fingerprints will not be rejected and, most importantly when fingerprinting groups, because our livescan system is so efficient, your employees will not be standing by waiting hours for their turn. We can also provide an extra set of fingerprints with the click a mouse. In addition, our team can also perform Notaries for you, too, Our mobile fingerprinting team is at your service! Call us at 602-246-3444 or email us at

Onsite fingerprinting is great for orientations, workshops and continuing education gatherings. Save valuable company  time and gas by using our mobile fingerprinting service. We serve all parts of the Metropolitan Phoenix.

In order to best serve you we will ask you for the following information:

  • What is your address?
  • Will your organization pay for the group or will each individual pay?
  • Is this for Fingerprint Clearance Cards? If so, is it for Identity Verified Prints? (This will help us prepare and bring sufficient supplies.)
  • What day and/or times would you like us there and for what duration (ie: 1.5 hours)?
  • Would you like us to visit on a recurring basis? If so, is it weekly, monthly, etc.?

Please contact us to discuss your mobile fingerprinting needs. Thank you for your interest in our mobile services.


Identity Verified Prints. What are they?

October 5th, 2011 by ArizonaLivescan

If you are at all familiar with the Fingerprint Clearance Card (FCC) issued by the Department of Public Safety (AZ) then you might have heard about Identity Verified Prints or IVPs. They are only for people applying for certification throug the AZ Department of Education, charter school instructors or tutors and teacher preparation programs (all mandated by legislation). It’s very important that IVPs be completed properly to avoid delays in your application. Once your application, fingerprint card (that’s where we come in) and your money order (made payable to DPS) are mailed into DPS they will begin a fingerprint-based background check. If your clearance is approved, you will be issued a Fingerprint Clearance Card with an IVP number on it. When your FCC expires in six years you will not need to send in a new set of fingerprints with your application for renewal. Arizona Livescan offers digital fingerprinting; AZ DPS processes the FCC Application and issues the FCC. Questions? Please call us at 602-246-3444.