Tuesday, February 9, 2010

A rock and a hard place

I have somehow found myself in possession of an FBI background check that cannot be authenticated, for various reasons. I started the process back in the summer, got my results in plenty of time, and now...they can't be used for anything.

As I mentioned, there is now a new system and the FBI will authenticate if the service is requested with the fingerprint submission. So I can start over again.

The only problem is that I have to go to Moscow for new fingerprints...

5 comments:

  1. Arrghh. Are you just getting the prints again, or do you have to start EVERYTHING over again?

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  2. Oddly, sounds like something I've been through - no! that was adoption paperwork.

    Just keep plugging along; that's the only thing for it.

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  3. I'm getting the prints to start the background check all over again. The FBI will only authenticate checks initiated after Jan 25th. All my other documents are okay.

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  4. Interesting that fingerprints might have changed since January 25th!

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  5. The fingerprints are still good, but aren't being returned anymore, so for a new check I need new fingerprints.

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