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RCMP Accredited Fingerprinting Agency In Toronto

Need to submit your fingerprints for a background check? We have helped hundreds of customers like you get their electronic and card fingerprints taken for RCMP verification. Visit our Toronto office or click here to get in touch with us.

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Same-Day RCMP Fingerprint Submission Service

Globeia helps you get a criminal record clearance certificate issued from the RCMP within 72 hours plus the time it will take to mail the documents to you. Our professionally-trained fingerprinting technicians are highly experienced at capturing your fingerprints and completing your application within 10 minutes. Feel free to visit us at 1185 Victoria Park Ave, Scarborough, and let our specialists take care of the rest for you.

Your fingerprints must be submitted to the Canadian Criminal Real Time Identification Services (CCRTIS) to get a police clearance certificate issued against your details. We ensure faster processing by submitting your fingerprints to the RCMP on the same day without any delays.

Reliable Fingerprinting Service in Toronto

Individual and corporate clients in Toronto prefer Globeia’s services for our easy appointment bookings, fast turnaround, and highly responsive customer support team.
We are a reliable provider of fingerprinting, background checks, and document verification services in the Greater Toronto Area. Globeia’s staff is trained to ensure that your background check application is completed and submitted to the RCMP as quickly as possible.

Should I Book a Digital Fingerprinting Service or Use an Ink and Roll Card?

You will have to visit our office for fingerprinting if you are currently inside Canada. The mail fingerprint submission service is available for applications submitted from other countries.

You will have to visit our office for a fingerprinting appointment if you are currently inside Canada. The mail fingerprint submission service is available for applications submitted from other countries.

How Does It Work?

At Globeia, we strive to keep the fingerprinting time under 10 minutes. As an RCMP-accredited fingerprinting service in Toronto, we are authorized to offer our services for all non-criminal purposes.


    You may need to visit a fingerprinting service near you for:
  • Employment
  • Permanent Residency (Landing Immigrant Status)
  • Waiver for Work
  • Canadian Citizenship Education or Travel Abroad
  • Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Criminal Record Suspension
  • International Fingerprinting Requests
  • US Entry Waivers
  • Health Canada
  • Adoption
  • Canadian Citizenship
  • Privacy Act Requests
  • Volunteer Work
  • Certificate of Indian STATUS

Document Requirement

Please bring two valid government-issued IDs, one of which must be a photo ID.You can fill out our digital fingerprinting form in advance and bring it with you during your visit to speed up your appointment.


Globeia operates on the key tenets of transparency, customer satisfaction, and reliability of our services. A detailed list of our service charges is given below.

FAQs: Digital Fingerprinting

Is Globeia Accredited by the RCMP?
Yes, Globeia is an RCMP-accredited fingerprinting company for both digital and ink-and-roll fingerprinting services.
Is there a reliable RCMP fingerprinting service near me?
Globeia is a renowned fingerprinting company located in the Greater Toronto Area. Officially accredited by the RCMP, we are operating as a national fingerprinting service out of Victoria Park Avenue & St. Clair Avenue East in Scarborough, Ontario. We are close to Etobicoke, York, North York, East York, Markham, Vaughn, Mississauga, Brampton, and Downtown Toronto.
How can I book an RCMP fingerprinting appointment near me?
You can call us at +1 416-288-8070 or send us an email at to book your appointment. Alternatively, you can also book your appointment directly by filling out the “Make an Appointment” form above.
How can I book an RCMP fingerprinting appointment?
You can book an appointment with Globeia to take your fingerprints for the Canadian Certified Criminal Record Check by the RCMP using this Book Now button.
What documents do I need to bring for digital fingerprinting?
For successful processing of your criminal record check application by the RCMP, you will need to bring two pieces of valid, government-issued, ID. One of these must be a photo ID containing your signature.
Below is a list of accepted IDs:
  • Driver’s Licence
  • Canadian Passport
  • Foreign Passport
  • Canadian Citizenship Card
  • Permanent Resident (PR) Card
  • Certificate of Indian Status
  • Student Identity Card
  • Firearms Acquisition Certificate (FAC)
  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) identification card
  • Federal, provincial, or municipal identification card
  • Military family identification card (MFID)
  • Work Permit
How long does it take to get the RCMP fingerprinting done?
Globeia offers one of the fastest RCMP fingerprinting services in Toronto. We will capture your fingerprints and have the fingerprint card ready for RCMP submission within 10 minutes.
Is the RCMP Fingerprinting process difficult?
The process will be a breeze if you choose to go for a professional fingerprinting company. We, at Globeia, are always available to assist you whether you need to get your fingerprints taken for your citizenship application, express entry background check application or police clearance for permanent residence in Canada.
How long will Globeia take to submit my fingerprints to the RCMP?
We will electronically submit your fingerprints to the RCMP the same day that you come to the office.
How long does the RCMP take to issue results?
The certificate will be issued, by the RCMP, within 72 hours if you do not have a criminal record. The total time it will take for the certificate to reach your address is 2 to 3 weeks. The RCMP might take some additional time to issue your results, in case of a backlog. We will, however, make sure that your application gets processed as early as possible If a criminal record is found, the RCMP may take between 1 to 4 months to issue a certificate.
How can I check the status of my application with the RCMP?
You can send an email to the RCMP at:, to check the status of your application.
Please include the following information in your email for a quick response:
  • Your Full Name
  • Your Date of Birth
  • Purpose of Application
  • 4. And your DCN number
If I have a record, how long will it take?
The RCMP processing time is between 1 and 4 months in cases where a criminal record is found.
Do you provide vulnerable sector checks?
We offer fingerprinting services for vulnerable sector checks. Your fingerprints will be submitted to the RCMP on the same day, which will then process your application and issue a result to the Toronto Police Station. Please bring the letter/email/email that was issued to you by the Toronto police by the Toronto police for the vulnerable sector check when you visit us for your fingerprint submission.
What is the difference between a certified criminal check and a PCC?
Canadian PCC, Police Check, Police Report, Criminal Record Check, and RCMP Background Check refer to a Certified Criminal Records Check of your criminal history based on your fingerprint data.
Which agency should I choose for my RCMP fingerprinting in Toronto?
We would advise you to go for a reputed RCMP-accredited company only. This is to ensure that there are no errors in the submission of your application and that the process is completed as quickly as possible. Globeia is an RCMP-accredited fingerprinting agency in Scarborough, Toronto with hundreds of satisfied clients all over Canada.
Do you provide authentication, legalization, translation, and apostille services?
Yes, we offer authentication, legalization, translation, and apostille services. In order for your documents to be authenticated and legalized, they must be original. You will have to visit a notary public and obtain a certified copy if you want to avoid getting a stamp on the original document. In some cases, it is essential to submit the original document for the process of authentication, legalization or apostille.

The first step, authentication, is when the Ministry of Global Affairs verifies the authenticity of the document. This is a vital step for the legalization of your document. Please note that the document must be authenticated before it is legalized. The last step, legalization, is when a certificate of legalization is issued by the embassy of the country to which you wish to send the document to.

We have teams of well-trained staff ready to help you throughout the process. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us for any questions that you might have.
Do I need to go to a third-party agency to get my RCMP fingerprinting done?
Yes. This is because the RCMP does not directly accept fingerprints. You will need to visit an accredited fingerprinting company for the submission of your application for further processing.
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