In criminal records check in the US, the group one consists of documents like a valid passport, driving license, birth certificate, and a photo identity. At least one document from this group should verify the applicant's name, current address, and date of birth. The group two consists of documents like marriage certificate [if married], credit card and financial statement, P45/P60 statement, bank statement, mortgage statement, Visa or work permit, utility bills, any document from the government like the employment service or social security, etc.
However, the submission of documents for criminal records checks also depends upon the kind of check the person is undergoing. Like for a basic disclosure check, the applicant needs to provide a photocopy of the passport, driving license or the national insurance number. They may also require a photocopy of the utility bill to be sent to them with the current address on it. The document to verify the address should at least state that the applicant has been staying there for at least five years. However, the case is different for the standard and enhanced check where the applicant is expected to submit a number of documents like a financial statement, etc to the employer for the check to be performed.
It is to be noted that the applicant subjected to the criminal records check should submit the correct documents with valid information as these will be the object of scrutiny. The submission of the right information will eliminate any possibility of the harassment of the applicant and make the process of application smooth.
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