Step 1


    Call, email or text to set an appointment as soon as possible!  

Contact Us

Step 2


  Have your driver license, government issued ID such as social security card and your OR/OCA # ready at the time of service.  

Step 3


Fingerprints are taken electronically in our Accurate ID Live Scan System to help avoid mistakes and speed up the process dramatically!  

FAQS (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is Next?

Fingerprint Solution will send your scanned fingerprint images to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) using the ORI number you provide to the vendor. The FDLE/FBI will process the fingerprints and provide the results to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, usually within two to five business days from the scan date. You do not have to do anything with your fingerprint results unless the department contacts you for additional information.   

How can I determine the status of my Livescan transaction?

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has developed a new feature that will allow an individual or organization to perform a search to determine the status of an applicant Livescan transaction. The Civil Workflow Control System (CWCS) serves as the FDLE automated applicant criminal history request system. The status of a CWCS transaction can now be provided from a search within the newly developed "Civil Workflow Control System Transaction Status Search". The only identifier needed to perform the search is the Transaction Control Number (TCN) which is generated at the time the applicant information and fingerprints are captured.   The "Civil Workflow Control System Transaction Status Search" is available to the public at: Or you can contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement at 1-850-410-8161

How can I know if my fingerprint has been submitted or completed?

You can go to Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)   

  • Click on Request Criminal History
  • Then click on Register Livescan Submitters 
  • Then click on Civil Workflow Control System Transaction Status Search 
  • Type their transaction number given by us and you will be able to see the status.
  • You will not be able to see  the results but at least see if you have been submitted or completed by the FDLE.   

What happens if the fingerprint results indicate that I have a criminal history?

If you are applying for licensing through the Department of Business and Professional Regulations DBPR your application will be reviewed by the department to ensure that your criminal history will not statutorily disqualify you from becoming licensed in that particular profession. Depending on the type of criminal offense(s), your application might require board review or require your personal appearance before the board. You will be notified in writing of any required appearance before the board.