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That bit about eligibility date doesn't seem weird to me - 801 eligibility comes 2 years after 820 application, right? Even if it's 820 after PMV. Sure would be cool if eligibility was dated from PMV application!
I would have thought if changing before a grant then they would have taken the lodgement date of the PMV. Oh well ... better off than 820 after PMV anyway.


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16 weeks after sending in my FBI check, I got an envelope in the mail today. So excited, I raced upstairs to open it- instead of finding my Identity History Summary inside, all I found was a form saying "the quality of my fingerprints is too low to be used" and I must re-submit the entire application.

I am gutted, and now afraid I'll have to wait another 4 months just for the FBI check - has this happened to anyone before? I'm hoping there is a number to call and someone to advise me on how to expedite this correction and not go to the back of the queue.

I got my fingerprints taken at a local police precinct and can't believe this has happened. The FBI charged my card in October and never said a peep about this.

Would love all and any suggestions/advice!


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Ahh, that sucks NYC2SYD! ! I have no advice but I really feel for you. Fingers are crossed that you can get it sorted quickly.

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16 weeks after sending in my FBI check, I got an envelope in the mail today. So excited, I raced upstairs to open it- instead of finding my Identity History Summary inside, all I found was a form saying "the quality of my fingerprints is too low to be used" and I must re-submit the entire application. I am gutted, and now afraid I'll have to wait another 4 months just for the FBI check - has this happened to anyone before? I'm hoping there is a number to call and someone to advise me on how to expedite this correction and not go to the back of the queue. I got my fingerprints taken at a local police precinct and can't believe this has happened. The FBI charged my card in October and never said a peep about this. Would love all and any suggestions/advice!
This is my fear! From what I read if this happens it's to the back of the queue... I am sorry. Are you here in the states?

We used our local police station to do mine back in July and they were good, so when my CO said we needed one or my wife as well we went back to the PD. They use livescan and print it on the cards. Every print is checked on the computer and if it gets an "X" they did it again to get a check mark on every finger.... I hope her prints are good but have that fear... I am almost 11 weeks waiting so far..

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Oh man how horrible. I've been a little fearful of 'what if' this happened given the long waiting times.... Good luck!

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16 weeks after sending in my FBI check, I got an envelope in the mail today. So excited, I raced upstairs to open it- instead of finding my Identity History Summary inside, all I found was a form saying "the quality of my fingerprints is too low to be used" and I must re-submit the entire application.

I am gutted, and now afraid I'll have to wait another 4 months just for the FBI check - has this happened to anyone before? I'm hoping there is a number to call and someone to advise me on how to expedite this correction and not go to the back of the queue.

I got my fingerprints taken at a local police precinct and can't believe this has happened. The FBI charged my card in October and never said a peep about this.

Would love all and any suggestions/advice!

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16 weeks after sending in my FBI check, I got an envelope in the mail today. So excited, I raced upstairs to open it- instead of finding my Identity History Summary inside, all I found was a form saying "the quality of my fingerprints is too low to be used" and I must re-submit the entire application. I am gutted, and now afraid I'll have to wait another 4 months just for the FBI check - has this happened to anyone before? I'm hoping there is a number to call and someone to advise me on how to expedite this correction and not go to the back of the queue. I got my fingerprints taken at a local police precinct and can't believe this has happened. The FBI charged my card in October and never said a peep about this. Would love all and any suggestions/advice!
If you are in nyc, my hubby used newyorkfingerprints dot com for his. We got two sets incase one wasn't legible and had no issues. Sorry you have to go through that wait again.

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If you are in nyc, my hubby used newyorkfingerprints dot com for his. We got two sets incase one wasn't legible and had no issues. Sorry you have to go through that wait again.
Thanks so much for your kind words, everyone, and bigapplekanga for this suggestion! Yes, I am in NYC - did this place your husband used do electronic fingerprints? The police precinct I used before did ink and I am wondering if that was the problem - one bad roll and who would have known.

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Thanks so much for your kind words, everyone, and bigapplekanga for this suggestion! Yes, I am in NYC - did this place your husband used do electronic fingerprints? The police precinct I used before did ink and I am wondering if that was the problem - one bad roll and who would have known. Did you send multiple copies of your fingerprint cards to the FBI with your application?
They had the live scan system which he used for the state police report but they said for fbi they had to do ink on paper. I don't remember the reason why he said that, sorry. We mailed in both sets, as per the suggestion of the person doing the prints.

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When we did State it was live scanned and not printed. But the FBI prints were scanned in on the computer then printed on a FBI finger print card. I have 3 copies but they are identical so no need to send more than 1 card.

It worked for me back in July.. Hopping for good things now... The CO said it's all we need...

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Oh how awful so sorry! It never even occurred to me to send in two sets :-(


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