Financial Industry Regulatory Authority or FINRA processes fingerprints firms submit on behalf od their associated persons, who are required to be fingerprinted pursuant to Section 17f-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. 911 Drug Testing is an authorized for EFP Electronic Fingerprint Submission to FINRA.
FINRA processes fingerprints firms submit on behalf of their associated persons, who are required to be fingerprinted pursuant to Section 17f-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The fingerprint requirements for funding portals differ slightly from broker-dealers; the information provided on this page and related links pertain to broker-dealers. Funding portals should review the Fingerprint Processing for Funding Portals page for their complete information.
Firms can submit fingerprint information to FINRA in two ways: electronically through FINRA's Electronic Fingerprint Submission (EFS) Program or by using hard copy fingerprint cards. FINRA’s Electronic Fingerprint Processing (EFP) enables FINRA to electronically exchange fingerprint information with the FBI, which includes transmitting fingerprints to the FBI and receiving results for upload to Web CRD.
Please visit the FBI website for its fingerprinting policies and processes, including the FBI Privacy Act statement.
FINRA does not process fingerprint transactions for investment adviser (IA) firms. An IA-only firm must submit fingerprints directly to those states that require a fingerprint check for an RA registration. Contact the applicable state to verify state fingerprint requirements. Fingerprint submissions received by FINRA from an IA-only firm will not be returned to the firm.
No. You do not need to provide a doctor’s order to get lab testing done at 911 Drug Testing.
The test results from the instant drug screen are available within minutes after the specimen collection
No. You can walk in for same day testing. We make it easy for you by offering work-friendly hours.
We recommend you share your results with your physician.