What is my TCN number?

What is my TCN number?

FBI Transaction Control Number (TCN means the Transaction Control Number assigned by the FBI, which is a unique control identifier assigned to each transaction. The TCN specifications can be found in the FBI EBTS located at https://www.fbibiospecs.cjis.gov/.

What does TCN stand for fingerprinting?

Online applicants may enter their 16 digit Transaction Control Number (TCN) found on their live scan fingerprint receipt when initially submitting their license application.

How do I find my TCN number Illinois?

To contact the Illinois State Police (ISP) directly to follow up on your results, their office number is 815-740-5160, ext. 2. You will need your TCN number from your fingerprinting receipt. The results are sent directly to the agency that is requesting the fingerprinting.

How can I check the status of my live scan?

To check the status of your live scan, you can call the DOJ hotline at (916) 227-2300 or visit the DOJ website by clicking here.

How many digits is a TCN number?

17 digit
Enterprise assigns a unique 17 digit Transaction Control Numbers (TCNs) to every claim transaction, including original claims, voids and replacement claims, and adjustments. The TCN assigned to each document allows tracking of the document throughout all stages of Health Enterprise processing.

How do I find my PERC card number?

If you need to know your own PERC card number you can call the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation at 800-560-6420. You might also check the documents that came with your card. They include a copy of your application, helpful information and your PERC number.

How long does a LiveScan take to clear?

approximately 3-7 days
The Live Scan Process takes approximately 3-7 days once DOJ/FBI receives your 41-LS form. Out-of-state applicants must complete the FD-258 “hard-Card” manual fingerprint process, which takes approximately 10-12 weeks to complete.

Is LiveScan the same as a background check?

Live Scan is a form of background check required by the state and federal governments; typically for state-issued licenses, employment, or volunteer work. The government will check submitted fingerprints against its database to retrieve an individual’s criminal record.

How to check on your live scan results?

How to check your live scan results. To check for your live scan results, simply call the Department of Justice at (916) 227-4557 . Make sure to have your birth date and ATI number available. The ATI number is on the bottom of the request for livescan form. The system will prompt you to type in the ATI number, for the letters type in the corresponding numbers.

How long does live scan results take?

The Live Scan process will take 10 to 15 minutes, most of our locations do not require an appointment, but make sure you check your location details prior to arriving for hours of service and requirements. You, your employer, or organization should receive your Live Scan Results within 7 to 10 days.

What is a live scan fingerprint?

Live Scan Fingerprinting. What is Electronic “Live Scan” Fingerprinting Technology? Live Scan is an inkless, electronic means of capturing fingerprints in a digitized format and then transmitting them to a state repository such as the Illinois State Police and/or the FBI.

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