The Difference Between a Regular Background Check and an FBI Check

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When you are researching new employees, volunteers or you need to find more information on nannies

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The Difference Between a Regular Background Check and an FBI Check :

The Difference Between a Regular Background Check and an FBI Check

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When you are researching new employees, volunteers or you need to find more information on nannies or other people who help with your children, you need to consider FBI background checks. There are many differences between regular background checks and an FBI check including:   FBI check can search records around the country Most FBI checks use fingerprints Provides a more complete pictures of a person’s background   Beyond Local Records

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Most regular background checks use your name and possibly your social security number to check local and perhaps state records. It can turn up a lot of these or come back completely empty. An FBI background check is a much more thorough and checks records across the country.   Fingerprinting   FBI background checks use not only your name, social security number and any aliases but also uses your fingerprints. That means if the person you’re checking is linked to an unsolved crime where fingerprints were collected, it could bring up a red flag.

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Thorough Picture of Person’s Background   Beyond a criminal history a background check will show where someone has lived and worked for their entire lives. That means you will know more about what type of person they are or how often they move. If you need more information on FBI background checks in Poway, visit this website .

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