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What ID do I need to bring to my appointment? Level II background checks include a fingerprint-based state and FBI background check. This means you will need two forms of identification acceptable by the FBI as proof of identity: Note: One form of ID must show proof of address. Primary Identification (Expired identification will not be accepted) State-issued driver’s license State-issued identification card U.S. Passport or U.S. Passport Card Federal Government Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV) Uniformed Services Identification Card Department of Defense Common Access Card Foreign Passport with Appropriate Immigration Document(s) USCIS - Permanent Resident Card (I-551) USCIS - Employment Authorization Card (I-766) Federal, state, or local government agency ID card with photograph U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card Canadian driver’s license Secondary Identification Utility Bill (Address) Jurisdictional Voter Registration Card Vehicle Registration Card/Title Paycheck Stub with Name/Address (Financial Information May Be Redacted) Jurisdictional Public Assistance Card Spouse/Parent Affidavit

How long will it take to get my results? Fingerprints are processed on average between 24-72 hours. The State agency requesting the background check will receive a response directly from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). If there is an arrest record on the current applicant the process may take a little longer to come back, but most responses are sent from FDLE to the State agency within 72 hours.

How can I check on the update of my results? You can visit and enter the TCN number (the number on your receipt that references your fingerprint transaction) or contact FDLE directly at 850-410-8109. If you decide to call FDLE you will be asked to provide the date of fingerprinting and your TCN number (the number on your receipt that references your fingerprint transaction) to check the progress of your background check status.

Will I receive a copy of my results? The results are sent directly to the State agency that is requesting the background check. The results are not sent to the individual being fingerprinted. Angelmedic CPR does not receive responses from the fingerprint background checks for any submissions sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Angelmedic CPR does receive the responses for submissions sent directly to the FBI (Channeling and Departmental Order) and will disseminate the response to the individual or authorized agency.

How can I obtain a copy of my results? You can obtain a copy of your criminal history background check by contacting the State agency that originally requested the background check. The FBI requires agencies who obtain FBI criminal history records pursuant to a fingerprint submission to make the criminal history available to the applicant upon request.

How can I get my results over the phone? No. Fingerprint responses must be emailed or posted into the clearinghouse of the requesting agency depending on how the results were originally contracted with FDLE. You may however, contact FDLE at 850-410-8109 for general information about when your background check was processed.

What if I feel my background check is incorrect? You should contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement customer service department at 850-410-8109. They will inform you of the procedure that outlines the steps you will need to follow.

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