The service differs from other similar offers worldwide because of its high quality thanks to:
Several situations might require one to have their finger prints taken. Below are some examples:
Furthermore, we are on the list of firms certified by the RCMP and recommended by the Sûreté du Québec.
This list can be found on the SQ website found at: www.sq.gouv.qc.ca/
This certification has been provided to us by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to allow us to transfer digital fingerprints dossiers electronically and safely expedite multiple legal background checks.
Our fees for digital fingerprinting services is 60$ + taxes. Additional fees of 25$ without tax could be added for some special requests, like the fees tied to the RCMP, for example.
Securi-Check Services staff carry out the collection and submission of fingerprints in various ways.
It is indeed possible to take fingerprints electronically then scan and print them on a form. Even though most applicants prefer the simple and efficient digital process of fingerprinting, the traditional ink finger printing process is also available.
In fact, ink fingerprinting is still categorically required for foreign police checks and certain high-profile Canadian security services as well as in the case of individuals whose finger prints are deemed inadequate (low definition) for digital reading.
The RCMP is able to process applications from individuals with no criminal record and send the results by post within three (3) business days including any additional time for mailing by Canada Post.
However, for individuals with criminal records, the RCMP requires a time limit of 120 days in order to process the verifications.
For majority of the cases, when you go for your interview, you will be required to present 2 valid ids issued by the government, one of which must have a photograph and a signature. However depending on the reasons for the finger prints, you may be required to provide additional documents.
We are accredited by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and recommended by the Sûreté du Québec.
Accredited agency to send electronic fingerprints to RCMP