Out of state applicants needing live scan prior to moving to Florida

Fingerprint Technologies is always finding ways to process our clients as fast and as conveniently as possible. The process is a way to help our out of state applicants that are in the process of moving to Florida and need to submit their fingerprints for processing prior to moving. The cost is $30.00 for the scanning plus the fee for processing the fingerprints (See services & prices). All we need is for the applicant to get an FD-258 fingerprint card and have it processed at the local sheriffs or municipal police department in their area. Note: ( We can send you a card if needed for a $15.00 fee ). Once the card is done, a valid photo ID or passport copy needs to be sent along with the signed fingerprint card and a money order or cashiers check with the total amount. Please include contact information and an email, so a receipt can be sent to you. Please contact our Coral Gables office for any questions you may have.

V.I.P. / Executive Fingerprinting

Fingerprint Technologies specializes in V.I.P. & Executive mobile fingerprinting. We know how busy executives are in the business world. Time is of essence when it comes to having to deal with minor issues that are not part of your daily work load. We specialize in processing applicants fast and efficiently . Our technicians are trained to process an applicant within 6-8 minutes. All we need is a small desk and an outlet to complete the process. We process for State of Florida licenses requiring electronic submission or we can laser scan it onto a fingerprint card, which is FBI, DOJ and FDLE approved. We provide flexible hours for your convenience and can usually respond at a moments notice.  

Guardianship Program (Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts)

The Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts has started to process applicants for the Guardianship Program via live scan. This is great news considering this will speed up the process by weeks. Applicants can come to Fingerprint Technologies to get fingerprinted for the Level II Criminal History check. We'll make sure you're transmittal gets sent and processed accurately without any problems. Note: Applicants need to make sure the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts gives them the right ORI number when getting & filling out all the paperwork. The ORI is the number used when a transmittal gets sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) in order for it to be sent back to the proper agency. In this case the the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts. All agencies are given a unique ORI for processing their applicants. Please feel free to call Fingerprint Technologies for any questions you may have on your fingerprinting needs.