Are SAFEsky services only for Aviation employees?
We provide service to individuals who need fingerprinting for Federal, State, International and Local reasons. SAFEsky began serving the Aviation industry in 2006, and has expanded to include fingerprinting and biometic services for almost any industry.
Do I need an appointment?
What makes SAFEsky unique is our personalized service and respect for your time. By making an appointment, we know you are coming, and can provide the personalized service you deserve.
The Fort Lauderdale office accepts walk-ins and appointments.
The Atlanta and Orlando offices presently require an appointment for all services.
I am in the area, why can’t I just stop by?
SAFEsky offers mobile services, locally, nationally and internationally and frequently must leave the office. We know your time is valuable, and want to make sure we are there for you.
I am trying to schedule an appointment but there are no times available when I need it.
Give us a call at (855) 723-3759 or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will do our best to accommodate your schedule requirements. We are mobile collectors and travel around the world to meet our client’s needs.
What do I need to bring?
- Valid Identification
- If the agency requesting your fingerprints did not provide you with specific fingerprint cards, we have the standard FBI FD-258 cards.
- Form of payment.
What is a valid form of Identification?
Valid forms of identification include: Passport, Driver’s License, State ID Card, Cedula, US Permanent Resident Card, Merchant Mariner Document, TSA TWIC card, Enhanced tribal card, SENTRI card, NEXUS card, US Military ID card.
What forms of payment do you accept?
SAFEsky accepts all major credit cards, cash, business checks.
What if my fingerprints are returned unclassifiable, or rejected?
There are a number of reasons fingerprint submissions can be rejected, the most common being the lack of fingerprint ridge detail. Don’t worry, its not your fault. Over time, our fingers are exposed to wear and tear, chemicals and weather. Some professions, such as working with corrosive or abrasive materials, are especially hard on your fingers. Age is also a factor, and as we age, sometimes fingerprint detail is lost. Approximately 1-5% of the general population is affected by these issues.
If for some reason, your fingerprints fail to pass local, State, Department of Justice (DOJ), or Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) requirements, and are rejected, simply return to our office with the notification of rejection letter we will reprint you for free. We do not offer refunds.