FBI FD-258 / DOJ / STATE / Department Card Print
Digitally printed individual’s Fingerprint images and Demographic data are using for the Ink Card printing, offering 100% accuracy and less than 2% rejection. Please “no handwriting fill out” on the card, we will digitally print your demo-graphical data on the card with FREE of charge – NO MISTAKE . We Print and Process DOJ Cards eg. FD-258 & RI-8 blank cards and print cards FD-258/RI-8/BCI/DOJ/SF-87/FD-249/FD-353/FD-884/FD-884a… If anyone bring own card – please make sure they must be FBI approved and new version card. It can be useful for the Court Orders, Licensing, Immigration, Visa, Adoption etc. 90-Day Re-Print! Up to 50% OFF with satisfaction guaranteed. Most of the State DOJ and FBI – CJIS recommending a set of separate quality ink prints. Please submit all related forms, documents and a valid Government issued photo ID or explain the reason for fingerprint, we will sort out what kind of filing or printing you needed. We will take care DOJ payment , Documentation, Filing, Fax and USPS Priority/Express Mailing Services.
Out of State Paper Ink and Roll Card Print related to TCN ?
An authorized Paper-Ink and Roll Card Printers can’t issue TCN, but an authorized Card Readers or Card Scanners can issue this number because they are using our authorized printed card for to read. Card reader’s system will automatically generate this number when ever they are going to read. Applicant, please check with your applied state’s approved Hard Card Scanners/Readers list.
Transaction Control Number (TCN), is an automatically generating number at the time of LIVE SCAN applicant’s information and fingerprints are entered in the system. FBI, Michigan and Florida State applicants will get this number, because they are using LIVE SCAN system.
Michigan – Petitioning the court for a legal change of name
- Make a formal application with the court for a legal name.
- Michigan Applicant card (RI-008). Complete the card entirely.
- Submit the card to the Michigan State Police, Cashier’s Office, P.O. Box 30266, Lansing, Michigan, 48909-7766, fully completed, along with a $43.25 processing fee for each individual (check or money order) made payable to the State of Michigan and a copy of the Petition to Change Name form.
Michigan – Procedure to set aside a conviction
This is a judge-ordered removal of a criminal record (from public to nonpublic) for a juvenile with not more than three juvenile offenses and no felony convictions or an adult with one criminal conviction and not more than two minor offenses
- You must receive and complete an application to set aside a conviction or set aside an adjudication from the court where you were convicted and a certified copy of the judgment of sentence, probation order, or register of actions. The proper form for adults is the MC227 and for juveniles is the JC66.
- Michigan Applicant Fingerprint card (RI-008). Complete personal information on the card.
- Submit the applicant fingerprint card (RI-008), the application form from the court (MC227 or JC66), a certified copy of the judgment of sentence, probation order, or register of actions, and a $50.00 ($25.00 juvenile set aside) processing fee in the form of a money order or check made payable to the State of Michigan.
- If applying for multiple juvenile set asides, include a copy of each application and certified judgment/order. Juvenile set aside applications submitted separately will require additional fingerprints and $25.00 fees.
- Mail the above information to the Michigan State Police, Cashier’s Office, P.O. Box 30266, Lansing, Michigan 48909-7766.
Instant Passport Photos 2 x 2 & World Wide Photos: Ready to go 10 Minute USA / CANADA Printed Or Digital Copy $20 additional copy $10. We are using global wide photo template to cover up all the nations, it meet the official requirements of the nations. Our professional photos can be useful for the Visa (Temporary / Resident), E-Visa, PIO, Passport, Citizenship, Permanent Resident, Green card, PCC / Birth Certificate, FRRO, Driving License, ID Card, Taxi License and much more. Please let us know your country name and requirements, you will get the photographs in your fingertips with in no time.
Michigan’s Law on Notarial Acts (MiLONA), P.A. 238 of 2003, as amended, is an act to provide for the qualification, appointment, and regulation of Notary Publics (Notaries) by the Secretary of State. As such, a Notary is a public servant. The MiLONA prescribes powers and duties of state agencies and local officers and provides for remedies and penalties. The MiLONA provides for the protection of citizens against fraud by requiring that a commissioned Notary verify and attest to the signing of documents. The MiLONA further provides for the admissibility of evidence and establishes the recognition of acknowledgments and other notarial acts performed outside of this state.
- Notary Public: State of Michigan
- Notary Name: Exactly as commissioned
- Date of Notarization:
- County of Commission:
- Commission Expiration Date:
- Acting in the County of _______. (Included when performing a notarial act outside of the Notary’s county of commission)
Notary Signature – exactly as commissioned.
The MiLONA does not require Notaries to use an embossed seal or rubber stamp on a document. However, the use of a stamp provides for a more consistent and complete notarization.
As discussed above, a commissioned Notary is authorized to perform three (3) types of notarizations.
2. Administer Oaths or Affirmations (Jurat), and
3. Witness or Attest to a Signature
Note: A Notary should not decide what type of notarial act a document requires. The client must know and tell the Notary or the document itself clearly indicates what is needed. For example, the jurat indicates that the document was “sworn to before me,” then an oath must be administered.
When administering oaths, parties should raise their right hands. The left hand may be used in cases of disability. Following the oath, the signer must answer affirmatively i.e.: I do or Yes.
If no other wording is prescribed, a Notary may use the following or similar language for an affidavit or deposition:
- Do you solemnly swear that the information set forth in this document is accurate and true to the best of your knowledge and belief?
- Do you solemnly, sincerely and truly declare and affirm that the statements made by you in this document are true and correct?
We are authorized, use this link for to verify https://michigansos.state.mi.us/NotarySearch/Search.aspx