Kingsway Global ID Services is an accredited fingerprinting agency affiliated with Global ID Services providing digital and ink & roll fingerprinting services in British Columbia, Canada. Our office is conveniently located in the Metrotown area (Crystal Mall) of Burnaby, the Greater Vancouver. We can help you obtain Name-based Criminal Record Check, RCMP fingerprinted No-Criminal Record Certificate, which you will need for the purposes of Immigration, Employment (Private or Government), Professional License, Adoption, Name Change, Visa, Boarder Crossing, Foreign Travel, Student/Work Permit, & etc.
A Canadian Police Certificate is a preliminary Canadian background check based on legal name and date of birth (D.O.B). The certificate is mainly used for the purpose of private employment and some Visa or Travel/Work permits applications. It may not be suitable to use in some government / immigration applications.
Your fingerprints and photo are digitized directly into the RCMP server via CCRTIS. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) will do the Canadian Criminal Record Check under the National Criminal Records Database based on your fingerprints, name, and birthdate.
If you have lived in Canada for more than six months since the age of 18, you may be asked to do a fingerprinted criminal record check by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) when you apply for an overseas immigration, work permit, or job.
Under US federal law, you can use your Identity History Summary to review, correct, or update your own personal record. Identity History Summaries are not to be used for employment or licensing. FD-258 used by FBI and police agencies for noncriminal fingerprinting.
Kingsway Global ID provides fingerprinting services for the certified Criminal Record Check (CRC), for the purpose of immigration, citizenship, foreign travel, visas, US waivers, legal name changes, pardon applications, and security applications, etc.
We offer electronic fingerprint services, as well as traditional ink-and-roll method using RCMP Fingerprint Standard Forms. Individuals are required to attend in person for this service, and we can submit the fingerprints on your behalf to the RCMP in Ottawa for them to complete a fingerprint-based certified Criminal Record Check. The service timeline for the fingerprint search by RCMP in Ottawa is determined by their policy and volume. (Please note that once the fingerprints have been sent to the RCMP, we have no control over the RCMP's processing time).
For Vulnerable Sector Checks, please bring a letter from the police or Ministry of Justice.
We can help you get a Name-based Criminal Record Check (CRC) on-line whether you live in Canada or overseas and you can get the result in the next business day*.
Online application requirements:
If you do not meet the above requirements, you have to use paper-based application of the Name-based Criminal Record Check (CRC). Please email to email@example.com for more details.
firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information
After we have received your request, we will contact you for next steps.
For people residing outside of Canada that are required to obtain a Canadian Criminal Record Checks (CCRC), it is necessary to submit ink and roll fingerprints to the RCMP#. We offer the service of converting paper fingerprints into electronic format and the submission to the RCMP for processing.
Please send us the following information by e-mail (email@example.com):
Once we receive your information, we will send you a customized application package and and step-by-step instructions for you to follow for you to easily complete the package in a correct and efficient way.
For Immigration Services involving clearances to or from foreign countries please use the following Government of Canada website: How to get a police certificate from different countries to confirm your service requirements, and what you may need to bring with you.
#Special remarks: Starting in November 2020, we do not accept fingerprints taken by private companies outside of Canada. In accordance with RCMP policy, only fingerprints taken by a police service or an embassy are accepted.
Please bring two pieces of photo identification with you when requesting digital or paper fingerprints.
E.g.: Passport / Drivers License / Medical/Health/Service Card / Citizenship Card / Permanent Resident Card / Work or Study Permit / Refugee Protection Claimant Document / Birth Certificate / Record of Landing / Any non-expired government I.D.
We do not accept S.I.N. cards or cards from any financial institution as identification (credit or debit cards). If your identification does not include your Vancouver address, you must provide proof of residency (bank statement or utility bill sent to you).
A criminal record check will determine if you have been charged or convicted of a crime. If a name-based criminal record check does not provide a definite way of confirming your identity, you may be asked to provide fingerprints. The use of fingerprints is the most accurate way to confirm a person's identity. Remarks: Please bring two pieces of photo identification with you when requesting paper Ink Roll fingerprints.
FD-258 fingerprint card is used by FBI and police agencies for non-criminal fingerprinting. All data entered on fingerprint cards must be typewritten or legibly printed, utilizing black or blue ink and must not exceed the boundaries of the designated field (block).
If you would like the status of your Criminal Record Verification to be divulged to a third party, such as an agency (i.e. Kingsway Global Services Group Ltd.), or family member acting on your behalf, you must provide written consent authorizing the RCMP to release your status information to the individual or agency indicated in the third party consent form.
RCMP will send results via regular mail. Else you can authorize the RCMP to send the results to our office and we can scan and express courier the results to you at cost.