We have had a great deal of minors requesting fingerprinting because they are getting their first jobs. And these jobs might be in a daycare so they need Fingerprint Clearance Cards. So, how does a minor apply for a Fingerprint Clearance Card? Well, the easiest way is to start by getting an Arizona State Identification Card from the Arizona Department of Transportation. Did you know you can get a state ID at any age–even infants! There are many reasons a minor might need one (like travel), but to make applying for a first job much easier start at the AZ DOT’s web page: AZ Identification Card. Next, bring your AZ State ID into any one of our many convenience locations. It’s that easy!
Arizona Livescan Fingerprinting Network™
Fingerprinting & ID Photos
Corporate SolutionsMultiple locations, one company. Consistent, convenient, quality fingerprinting for individuals, organizations, schools and corporations. Sign up for billing accounts and click-to-schedule onsite fingerprinting.
About Fingerprinting Arizona
Awarded the City of Mesa’s exclusive fingerprinting contract early this year, Arizona Livescan’s proven and preferred method of providing quality fingerprint services is unsurpassed. Conveniently located, accessible livescan offices and mobile livescan fingerprinting for individuals and groups provide on-the-spot verification that our customers insist upon.
Prepaid Vouchers – Saves You Money
Does your organization need a lot of people fingerprinted on a recurring basis? If so, this program will work for you! Your applicants can utilize any one of our many locations and save money, too. See more information about our Prepaid Vouchers.
From the Blog
IDs for Minors
Why Arizona Livescan? Here’s why…
Another glowing review. We are grateful to have such thoughtful customers who share their experience with others. Here’s one of our latest reviews on the Better Business Bureau site: “very short wait time and less than 15 minutes to take the prints. The equipment was winless and was more efficient than used in prior printing. I was impressed” – 1/8/2016 [Original Review]