After you have applied for the resident producer license, you will receive an email with the directions on how to schedule a fingerprint appointment.
- Resident producers are required to submit fingerprints for all NEW license applications.
- Once your fingerprints have been successfully submitted and processed, you do not need to be re-fingerprinted with future license renewals.
- Fingerprints should only be obtained after or at the time of application for NEW resident producer applications.
- If you obtain fingerprints for any application other than a resident producer, your fingerprint results will be destroyed.
- If we are unable to verify a resident producer application, your fingerprint results will be destroyed.
- You will not receive notification when your fingerprint results have been received by our office.
Read the forms below prior to being fingerprinted:
Important: Fingerprints will be used to check the criminal history records of the FBI. Each applicant has an opportunity to complete, change, update or challenge the accuracy of, the information contained in the FBI identification record set forth in Title 28, C.F.R. 16.34.