Live Scan, Ink Fingerprints - Dept. of Justice, FBI Certified Agency

Notary Live Scan Post
1208 East Arques Ave Suite 101, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Tel: (408)-739-4400 Fax: (408)-739-4440, Email:

Walk in. No Appointment needed.

Monday-Friday: 9 am to 7 pm.

Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm.


Do you need to inquire or schedule a mobile live scan service at your location? Please send us an email and we will respond promptly:

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Ink Fingerprint - Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the processing time?

 Approximately 3-4 weeks for processing, upon receipt to the FBI.

2. Do you have procedures for expeditious handling?

The CJIS Division does not expedite requests. However, if you have a deadline, include the deadline in your written request and on the outside of the envelope. The CJIS Division will try to work within the deadline if possible.

3. Can the FBI send the results to someone (or agency) other
    than myself?

Under the Departmental Order 556-73, the results must go back to the

4. Does the FBI *apostille?

(*An apostille is a document that has been "legalized" or "authenticated"
by the issuing agency. This is a process in which various seals are
placed on the document.)

No, the FBI does not apostille. If an apostille is requested, the CJIS
Division will provide a letter stating that this service is not provided.

5. What if my fingerprints are continuously rejected?

Have multiple sets of fingerprints taken, preferably by a fingerprinting
technician (this service may be available at a Law Enforcement Agency).
Mail all fingerprint forms to the CJIS Division with your request.

6. Where can I get my fingerprints taken?

Your local, county or state law enforcement agencies may take your fingerprints for a fee. Also, some printing services offer this service (check the yellow pages in your telephone book).

7. Can I use the fingerprint card I download from this site?

Yes, the CJIS Division will accept the downloaded paper fingerprint card only for the purpose of requesting a FBI Identification Record for personal review. Although, if you go to a law enforcement agency or private fingerprinting agency to be fingerprinted they may prefer to use a fingerprint card on standard card stock. You may use the fingerprint card provided by the printing agency.