Instructions for Personal Review of FBI History
This service is available for US Citizens and US Permanent Residents only.
Hello Teaching Nomad teachers,
Teaching Nomad Recruiting has partnered with Accurate Biometrics to provide Teaching Nomad teachers with the best FBI channeling service for the lowest national rate and a speedy turnaround time.
Accurate Biometrics and Teaching Nomad have created a customized process specifically for the needs of teachers applying to teach English in China, South Korea, or the Middle East. You’ll have the option of receiving a physical copy of the FBI check on White Secure Watermark paper to ensure that it can be apostilled by the US Department of State and accepted by Chinese, Korean, or Middle Eastern immigration.
Please follow the steps below to secure the correct FBI criminal history record and have it mailed directly to you.
FBI response must be returned to the applicant’s address or applicant’s attorney. The response sent by Accurate Biometrics, will be printed on secure paper. You can select the following options of shipping:
Option 1: Obtain a money order or cashier’s check for the fee based on desired service in U.S. dollars made payable to Accurate Biometrics. Please be sure to sign where required.
Option 2: Pay by Credit card using the Credit Card Payment Form. Don’t forget to include the expiration date and three digit security code of the credit card that your are using:
Mail your completed packet with all four items to the following address:
Mailing package contents:
Accurate Biometrics - Teaching Nomad
500 Park Blvd, Suite 1260
Itasca, IL 60143
E-Mail: info@accuratebiometrics .com
Fingerprints will be scanned and sent to the FBI the same day cards are received by Accurate Biometrics.
The FBI result/response is generated by Accurate Biometrics in accordance with the FBI issued “Channeler Requirements for the Departmental Order Process: dated June 10, 2011. Accurate Biometrics is required to print the criminal history response exactly as it is electronically received from the CJIS Division of the FBI.
For additional assistance, please contact us at (773) 685-5699 or (866) 361-9944. E-Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org