Online Fingerprint Status Check

Posted in Latest News on January 14, 2015.

Every Massage Therapist and Massage Establishment owner* licensed in Florida MUST get their electronic fingerprint and background check completed and recorded by the Department of Health before the deadline of January 31, 2015.

If you have completed your electronic fingerprint and background check, you may confirm the Board of Massage Therapy has received your results below:

Massage Therapist Fingerprint Results

Massage Establishment Owner Fingerprint Results



If you have completed your electronic fingerprint and background check, but did NOT see your name on the above report:

Print the LiveScan Privacy Statement (3 pages) and return a signed copy of the enclosed Confirmation of Receipt of FBI/FDLE Privacy Policy form to the Board of Massage Therapy.

If you have not submitted your signed Confirmation of Receipt of FBI/FDLE Privacy Policy to our office, we are unable to retrieve your fingerprint results. To expedite your wait time, please send your signed privacy policy by email to info@floridasmassagetherapy.gov or fax to (850) 412-2681.

 

*If the massage establishment is owned by a corporation that has more than $250,000 of business assets in this state, the owner, officer or individual directly involved in the management of the establishment will be required to submit to background screening.



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