Friday, October 21, 2005

San Diego Notary


Why LiveScan? - The Background of LiveScan Fingerprinting

As a result of legislation passed in late 1997, the California Department of Justice ("DOJ") has developed an automated background check process that requires digitized fingerprints, called LiveScan.  Live Scan is an inkless fingerprinting process. The fingerprints are electronically transmitted to the central computers at the DOJ in a matter of seconds, instead of the days required to send hard copy fingerprint cards through the mail.

The Live Scan technology replaces the process of recording an individual's fingerprint patterns through a rolling process using ink. Rolled ink fingerprints would become smudged through handling and mailing, causing prints to become illegible. San Diego LiveScanThis slowed the process of criminal background clearances to a period of WEEKS and MONTHS. The Live Scan process gets results to the employer or licensing agency within days. Additionally, the DOJ will coordinate other processing, including forwarding the fingerprints to the FBI (if required).


Setting the Standard for America's Professional San Diego Notary

The National Notary Association (NNA) has been the nation's professional Notary organization since 1957. Our member-supported Association is committed to the development of Notaries throughout the United States by providing education, support and advocacy. As THE national representative of the American Notary, we are dedicated to furthering the role of the Notary, including educating lawmakers, businesses and state officials on the Notary's ever-expanding role in fraud prevention and homeland security issues. The NNA works with San Diego Notary nationwide to instill in them, as public officials, the highest ethical standards of conduct and notarial practice

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