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If you did electronic fingerprinting with the local police, there should be no reason to send anything else to the RCMP. There are no actual "fingerprints" produced, although some companies print out a "copy" of a full sheet of fingerprints on an RCMP form C216C. You should not have to do anything else. What did they say when they fingerprinted you?
I am confused by your post. It seems that you did ink fingerprints, and sent them in with $25. I am worried they might not be processed because that system was changed years ago. ALL fingerprints are digital now. We for example can make ink fingerprints scanned digitally because we have the scanner. I assume the RCMP can also, but I can only assume you live in a remote part of Canada to try and do it this way. The fingerprints will take twice as long.
I can offer better advice if you tell me where you live. City? Town? Region?
If you are in Canada, you MUST use electronic fingerprinting. You cannot send fingerprints and $25. If you have ink fingerprints, you must use a company that scans and converts them to digital. (like us)
our site for that is www.inkfingerprints.com
If you are doing a waiver, do not attempt shortcuts. Do the fingerprints at an accredited place that does it.
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