• Social Security number (SSN) trace >

    A Social Security number (SSN) trace searches databases, such as from banks, utilities, and schools, for a name and SSN. If your package includes aliases, the trace also searches identified alternative names. An SSN trace has the limitations below:

    • An SSN trace doesn't determine whether an SSN is real or fake.
    • An SSN trace doesn't work with employer identification numbers (EIN).
    • An SSN trace doesn't verify that an SSN belongs to the candidate who submitted it.
    • An SSN trace doesn't verify identity.

    How Checkr's SSN trace works

    To start an SSN trace, Checkr submits the candidate's name and SSN to a data provider. The data provider returns information about potential names, aliases, and addresses for the SSN, compiled from credit and banking history.

    Because the candidate has provided an SSN, Checkr can identify known names and addresses associated with that SSN. The SSN Trace also identifies which state the SSN was issued in, and approximately which year. Based on the format of the number, Checkr can also detect whether the candidate is using an SSN that is known to be false.

    Checkr uses SSN traces as "pointers" to other possible records. The SSN trace identifies additional counties and databases to search for public records associated with the candidate's personally identifiable information (PII). If your package includes aliases, address and alias information from the SSN trace can prompt additional searches.

    Note

    Because the SSN trace is a pointer search, the information it returns might be from incomplete or outdated sources. You shouldn't use pointer search information to make final decisions about candidates and applicants.

    The SSN trace is part of Checkr’s Basic+ report package and is unavailable as a standalone search.

    Identity (ID) verification

    An SSN trace is not the same as ID verification. The SSN trace checks whether candidate-submitted information matches commercially available database information associated with the SSN. The SSN Trace doesn't determine whether the person entering that information is who they claim to be.

    Although Checkr is not an ID verification service, we flag PII discrepancies and contact the candidate for accurate information.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the PII below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and notifications:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate consents in writing, Checkr starts the SSN trace search.

    If Checkr can't complete the SSN trace with the submitted information, Checkr asks the candidate to resubmit their SSN. This process can delay report completion. Checkr might ask the candidate to submit an item below:

    • A photo of their Social Security card
    • A letter from the Social Security Administration confirming that the SSN belongs to them
  • Pointer searches >

    Checkr uses certain searches to help us generate other searches. These “pointer searches” serve an important purpose for comprehensive background checks: to search the most data sources possible.

    Information from pointer searches might be from incomplete or outdated sources. You shouldn't use pointer search information to make final decisions about candidates and applicants. Pointer searches have a Complete, rather than a Clear or Review, outcome.

    The searches below are pointer searches:

    • Federal criminal and federal civil searches: Federal criminal and federal civil searches use the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) database to identify federal districts to search.
    • National criminal search: If a national search finds a potential record, a state or county search automatically happens to gather the most recent information about that record.
    • Social Security number (SSN) trace: An SSN trace provides a candidate's potential address history and aliases. Depending on what the customer orders, Checkr uses this information to identify jurisdictions and names to search for only the records below:
      • County civil
      • County criminal
      • State criminal
    • State criminal search: Depending on how current and complete a state's database is, a state search can also be a pointer search. 
      • For states with current and complete databases, the state search returns records and no followup search happens.
      • For states with outdated or incomplete databases, the state search is a pointer search that automatically causes relevant county searches.
      • For states with no publicly available databases, Checkr doesn't complete state searches.
  • Global watchlist search >

    Checkr's global watchlist search identifies whether a candidate name appears on domestic or international watchlists. This search includes government and regulatory databases that list individuals who are either prohibited from certain industries, such as healthcare and finance, or who are on “most wanted” criminal lists.

    A global watchlist search also can identify suspected terrorists, money launderers, and drug traffickers from federal databases that are unrelated to court records. Conversely, the federal, state, and county searches rarely return results from the global watchlist search sources.

    During a global watchlist search, Checkr sends the candidate’s name to a vendor who searches several databases for the name. For the initial global watchlist search, Checkr doesn't require an exact match for the candidate’s name. Checkr does additional manual and automated work to ensure that records match the candidate provided name.

    The global watchlist search process differs depending on the candidate's location.

    United States (US)

    A global watchlist search for candidates in the US comprehensively searches multiple government watchlists, including the ones below:

    • The Office of Inspector General for the US Department of Health and Human Services (OIG-HHS)
    • System for Award Management (SAM)
    • Denied Persons lists
    • Department of State’s Sanctions lists
    • FBI’s Most Wanted
    • Interpol’s Most Wanted
    • Office of Foreign Asset Control’s Sanctions
    • US Department of the Treasury’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons
    • US Drug Enforcement Administration’s Wanted Fugitive

    The agencies who maintain the databases can vary in how often they update their databases.

    Global watchlist search is included in Checkr’s Basic+, Essential, and Professional packages. Global watchlist search is available as a standalone search, subscription, and as an add-on. To add the global watchlist search as a standalone search or subscription, contact Checkr.

    Outside the US

    Note

    If your Checkr account has a partner integration, a global watchlist search outside the US might be unavailable. To determine whether your account supports a global watchlist search outside the US, contact Checkr.

    A global watchlist search for candidates outside the US comprehensively searches multiple national and international government watchlists, including the ones below:

    • FBI Most Wanted Lists
    • Interpol's Most Wanted Lists
    • Office of Foreign Asset Control Sanction Lists
    • Denied person Lists
    • Department of State Sanction Lists
    • Specially Designated Nationals Lists

    The average turnaround time for a global watchlist search outside the US is about two business days.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate consents in writing, Checkr starts the search.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • Federal civil search >

    A federal civil search identifies civil cases filed in federal court. Federal civil cases aren’t criminal cases. Examples of federal civil cases include the ones below:

    • Antitrust activity
    • Bankruptcy
    • Civil rights lawsuits
    • Federal civil code violations

    Federal civil records

    Federal civil cases and county civil cases don’t overlap because the cases have different jurisdictions.

    A federal civil search shows whether the candidate was a party in a lawsuit as either an individual or professionally.

    Checkr searches the federal government’s publicly available database, PACER, for federal civil court files using the candidate’s name. The search covers records as old as the government allows. Governments usually make at least seven years available and potentially more, depending on the record.

    Federal civil searches

    Federal searches can find the information below if publicly available:

    • Case number
    • Charge
    • Court jurisdiction
    • Court of record
    • Disposition date
    • Judgment
    • Judgment amount
    • Plaintiff

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    Federal civil search is available as an add-on. The federal civil search is unavailable as a standalone search.

    Turnaround

    The turnaround time for a federal civil search varies based on the search scope and averages three to seven days.

    Video overview 

    Play the Checkr Academy video below to learn the advantages and limitations of a federal civil search.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the search.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • County civil search >

    Civil courts handle disputes between people, businesses, government institutions, or other parties. There is usually no criminal penalty like jail if someone is found liable in a civil suit. Examples of civil cases include the ones below:

    • Breach of contract
    • Evictions
    • Foreclosures
    • Fraud
    • Personal injury
    • Property damage
    • Restraining orders

    County civil records

    Because civil courts differ from criminal courts, civil cases can result in financial penalties but rarely jail time. A victim can file a civil case against a criminal defendant for financial and personal injury resulting from the defendant’s criminal conduct. In this case, the civil and criminal cases, and records associated with those cases, remain separate.

    Civil records show whether a candidate is a plaintiff or a defendant in a lawsuit. Checkr uses the candidate's name to search county civil court records from the counties below:

    • County of residence
    • Prior counties of residence
    • Work county

    County civil searches

    County civil searches can find the information below if publicly available:

    • Case number
    • Charge
    • Court jurisdiction
    • Court of record
    • Disposition date
    • Judgment
    • Judgment amount
    • Plaintiff

    The county civil search covers at least the past seven years.

    Ordering

    County civil search is available as an add-on. The county civil search is unavailable as a standalone search.

    Turnaround

    The turnaround time for a county civil search varies based on the search scope and averages three to seven days.

    Many counties provide a public access terminal (PAT) for real-time records searches at the court. Some counties require that researchers do searches on Checkr’s behalf. These counties are usually slower to report results than others.

    Video overview

    Play the Checkr Academy video below to learn the advantages and limitations of a county civil search.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the search.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • Sex offender registry search >

    A registered sex offender is a person who was convicted of a sex-related crime. As part of the person's sentence, they must register in a public registry. Sex offender registries usually include the person’s address, physical appearance, and crimes that caused their registration.

    Every state in the United States (US) registers individuals convicted of certain sex crimes for a period of time. People convicted of more serious crimes typically must remain on the registry for longer. Governments require that people on the registry update their address every year or each time they move.

    Sex offender registries

    To be a registered sex offender, a person must have the characteristics below:

    • A sex crime conviction
    • A sentencing requirement to register as a sex offender in the person's state or county
    • An entry in the sex offender registry, usually through the sheriff’s department in the person’s county

    Each state has its own registration requirements. A person who is on a registry in one state could move somewhere that doesn’t require that they register.

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    The Basic+ report package includes the sex offender registry search. The sex offender registry search is unavailable as a standalone search.

    Sex offender registry search

    Checkr searches sex offender registries from every US state, the District of Columbia, and tribal territories. Checkr’s sex offender registry search includes all public registries nationwide. Search results include offenses and personally identifying information, such as birth date. Checkr confirms results using national and state sources, including the National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW).

    Note

    For low-risk sex offenders, some states don't register them or publicly report their registration status.

    The Checkr Quality Assurance (QA) team reviews potential sex offender records before reporting them to you. This review might include additional confirmation using the NSOPW and state-specific sex offender registries.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the search.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • Pre-employment credit report >

    A pre-employment credit report can help you make hiring decisions for jobs that have financial responsibilities. Pre-employment credit reports include the information below:

    • Accounts in collections
    • Bankruptcies
    • Debt amounts
    • Highest historical credit limit
    • Payment history on each account
    • Tax liens

    Employers can request pre-employment credit reports under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The FCRA sets national restrictions for pre-employment credit reports. Some cities and states have additional restrictions.

    You can order credit reports for candidates who will have financial or fiduciary responsibility for your organization. You must state your location-specific “permissible purpose” before a candidate can consent to a credit report. Pre-employment credit reports don’t affect credit scores or show account numbers.

    Consumer reporting agencies (CRA) like Checkr provide pre-employment credit reports. Pre-employment credit reports differ from other credit reports in the ways below:

    • Don’t have a scoring system, such as a FICO score
    • Don’t show account numbers or revolving credit cards
    • Don’t affect a person's credit score because they aren't from a financial institution for establishing an account

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    Pre-employment credit reports are available as standalone searches and as add-ons. To add pre-employment credit reports as a standalone search, contact Checkr. Credit report results happen instantly.

    To add pre-employment credit reports to your account, contact Checkr. The process of adding pre-employment credit reports to your account requires an onsite inspection from a third party. The third party inspects the offices where you order and review credit reports. The inspection and credentialing process can take 10-14 business days. To keep the package on your account, order at least one credit report each year.

    Because credit reports have candidates’ private information, treat them with extreme care. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) prohibits employers from automatically taking adverse action based on credit reports.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the report process.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • FACIS (Fraud Abuse Control Information System) search >

    FACIS (Fraud and Abuse Control Information Systems) searches databases for adverse records against people and entities in the healthcare field. These records might include information about the disciplinary actions below:

    • Debarment
    • Exclusion
    • Letter of probation
    • Letter of reprimand

    If you hire for finance, government, healthcare, or technology, Checkr’s FACIS check helps manage risk and compliance. Checkr offers FACIS Level 1 search and a higher-level search called FACIS Level 3.

    Both FACIS Level 1 and 3 meet federal requirements for healthcare-related searches. Checkr offers Level 3 because some states’ requirements exceed the federal government’s requirements.

    FACIS Level 1 and 3 are available as standalone searches.

    Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS) Level 1 search

    Checkr’s FACIS Level 1 search corresponds to the industry-wide FACIS Level 1M. FACIS Level 1 also complies with the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Compliance Program Guidance. FACIS Level 1M searches search the sources below:

    • Excluded Parties List System (EPLS)
    • List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE) search.
    • Medicaid (state-level)
    • Medicare (state-level)

    Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS) Level 3 search

    FACIS Level 3 includes everything in FACIS Level 1M plus 2,500 additional state sources. FACIS Level 3 search exceeds minimum federal requirements and it offers full coverage for a high-level risk management policy.

    Data sources

    FACIS Level 1 and 3 both search the data sources below:

    • Office of Inspector General (OIG)
    • Office of Foreign Assets Control-Specially Designated Nationals (OFAC-SDN)
    • Office of Research Integrity (ORI)
    • Systems for Award Management (SAM)

    Turnaround

    FACIS searches that find no records finish almost immediately.

    Checkr reviews FACIS searches that find a record and finishes reviewing in one to three days.

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the search.

    If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.

  • Adverse media search >
    Note

    If your Checkr account has a partner integation, international background checks might be unavailable. To determine whether your account supports this feature, contact Checkr.

    An adverse media search accesses private databases, public sanctions lists, media sources, and other public and private record repositories in countries that restrict third-party access to criminal record information.

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    The average turnaround time for an adverse media search is 2-3 business days.

  • International searches >

    For candidates outside the United States, Checkr offers a combination of criminal searches, global watchlist searches, education and employment verifications, adverse media searches, and identity document validation.

    Available searches

    For candidates outside the United States, Checkr offers the searches below:

    Search name

    Features

    Average turnaround time

    Adverse media search Searches the sources below in countries that restrict third-party access to criminal record information:
    • Media sources
    • Other public and private record repositories
    • Private databases
    • Public sanctions lists
    Varies by country
    International education verification Confirms the candidate-provided education or certification history from outside the United States Six to eight days
    International employment verification Confirms the candidate-provided work history from outside the United States Six to eight days
    International global watchlist search

    Identifies whether a candidate is on domestic or international watchlists within or outside the United States


    Includes several international, government, and regulatory databases that list names of individuals who are either prohibited from certain industries, such as healthcare and finance, or are in criminal databases

    Two days
    International identity document validation Confirms the validity of a candidate’s passport, national ID, or driver license, and cross-checks with government databases Three to five days but faster with a candidate-provided passport
    International motor vehicle record (MVR) International MVR includes the features below:
    • Determines a license’s validity, classes, and suspensions
    • Provides information about whether the driver is legally eligible to drive and includes the information on a physical driver license
    • Available for candidates with a Canadian work location and Canadian driver license
    Seconds
    International motor vehicle records with history Expands the International MVR results to include driver history information such as convictions, violations, and conditions Hours or weeks depending on locations searched
    International search
    • Searches for criminal records outside the United States
    • Completes an adverse media search if the initial search finds no criminal records
    • Might include additional charges
    Varies by country
    Important

    International candidates can enter as many employer entries as they want during the application process. Be sure to guide your candidates to enter the desired amount. You will be charged for every employer submitted by the candidate.

    Supported locations

    Checkr international searches are available in countries that allow criminal searches.

    The locations below restrict employers from accessing and using criminal information. For these locations, Checkr offers only adverse media search:

    • Afghanistan
    • Christmas Island
    • French Guiana
    • French Polynesia
    • Guadeloupe
    • Guernsey and Alderney
    • Hong Kong
    • Iran
    • Isle of Man
    • Israel
    • Jersey
    • Kiribati
    • Laos
    • Macao
    • Mauritania
    • Mayotte
    • Micronesia
    • Sierra Leone
    • Syria
    • Timor-Leste

    Candidate experience

    The candidate provides the relevant personally identifying information (PII) below:

    • Birth date
    • Email address
    • Full name
    • Phone number
    • Social Security number (SSN)

    The candidate then reads and acknowledges receipt of applicable forms and authorizations:

    • A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
    • Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
    • Other state and required disclosures as applicable
    • Authorization for a background check

    After the candidate signs the authorization form, Checkr starts the search.

    • If you applied for a job and want to know your background check’s status, log in to the Checkr Candidate Portal.
  • International identity document validation >
    Note

    If your Checkr account has a partner integration, international background checks might be unavailable. To determine whether your account supports this feature, contact Checkr.

    International identity document validation verifies that the candidate’s passport, national ID, or driver’s license is authentic and valid in circulation. The multilevel validation process has the steps below:

    1. Inspect document data and positioning for authenticity.
    2. Scan the Machine Readable Zone (if available on passports and certain national IDs and driver's licenses).
    3. Cross-check the information against government databases to discover if the document is stolen, lost, expired or invalid.

    Identity document validation offers multiple levels of validation for authenticity, though not all documents go through all of the steps.

    1. A visual inspection of personal information and positioning on the candidate’s provided document
    2. Scan of the Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) on the candidate’s provided document*
    3. Cross-check against government databases to ensure the document is not stolen, lost, expired, or invalid
    4. Confirmation that the candidate details on the documents match the candidate’s identity document validation application

    United Kingdom Identity Verification versus identity document validation

    Identity document validation validates that the candidate-provided identity document is authentic and valid in circulation. This validation is available globally.

    UK Identity Verification validates the identity document belonging to the candidate and conducts a liveness check that the UK Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certifies. UK Identity Verification is required for candidates with an England or Wales work location or constituent country.

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    With SSN trace available in the United States, identity document validation is not currently offered for US background checks, including United States background checks with out-of-country address history.

    The standard turnaround time for an international identity document validation is 3-5 business days. Candidates who provide passports for an international identity document validation are usually faster, at 1-2 business days.

    To avoid hiring delays, identity document validation happens simultaneously with the candidate’s background check. Background check completion and report status don't depend on identity document validation completion.

  • FAQs about state-specific database searches (CORI, PATCH, and PennDOT) >

    What is CORI?

    In Massachusetts, employers can access the CORI statewide database to research potential criminal records. Some industries, such as healthcare companies, must use CORI in their pre-employment screening process.

    What information does CORI contain?

    CORI is a name-based search of criminal information about crimes investigated and prosecuted in Massachusetts. The Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) maintains CORI. CORI doesn't have all records and case information from Massachusetts courts.

    Checkr searches might cover the same information contained in CORI, depending on the comprehensiveness of the national search and address history for each candidate, but the information might not be identical.

    Does Checkr include CORI in background checks?

    By Massachusetts regulation, CRAs aren't allowed to use CORI unless the employer authorizes the CRA to be the “decision maker” on whether to hire the individual.

    Employers usually access CORI separately from a background check report. If the law requires your company to search CORI, you must do so in addition to your Checkr search.

    Although Checkr doesn't access CORI, you still need to include your CORI policy during the adverse action process. Massachusetts law requires that you attach your company’s CORI policy to the pre-adverse action email, even when you aren't actually using CORI as part of your search protocol. Massachusetts offers suggestions for drafting your CORI policy.

    What else is required for CORI searches?

    You must obtain a signed acknowledgment form from the employee or candidate authorizing you to access the records. Additionally, you must enter into an “iCORI Agency Agreement” for continued access to the database.   

    You can't keep CORI records for more than seven years after a date below:

    • The employee’s last date of employment
    • The date of the final decision not to hire a candidate

    You must store paper copies of CORI in locked and secured locations, and password-protect and encrypt electronic copies.

    What is PATCH?

    PATCH is a Pennsylvania State Police Background Check you can access from the PATCH website.

    How does PATCH work?

    PATCH is a nonreportable pointer search that you can add to a package with a state search. If you set PATCH as your preferred Pennsylvania search, you can access the PATCH portal to retrieve the necessary documentation after the state search completes. Checkr can't directly show you the PATCH report. 

    How does PATCH appear on my candidate's report?

    If you add PATCH to a package, the report links to the PATCH website, where you can enter the candidate's information to open their certification.

    How does PATCH work with my criminal searches?

    You can't order PATCH as a standalone search. You must order PATCH through the Pennsylvania state search. You can order PATCH only for candidates who currently live or previously lived in Pennsylvania. 

    Is there an additional cost for PATCH?

    In addition to your package fee, there is a passthrough fee of $22.

    How do I add PATCH to my account?

    Contact Checkr.

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has a specific set of requirements you must meet before they grant drivers in their state access to motor vehicle records (MVRs). The requirements include a guarantee that you'll use the background reports only for pre-employment purposes.

    Fewer than 20 Pennsylvania MVR reports annually

    To more quickly onboard PA drivers, you can have your candidates obtain their driving records directly from PennDOT. Candidates can visit the PennDOT Individual Driving Record page to request a copy of their MVR. This process will not result in a Checkr PA MVR report and is entirely outside of Checkr.

    If you're ordering other searches about the candidate, you can send a new invitation using a package without an MVR report. If you need help creating a package, contact Checkr.

    More than 20 Pennsylvania MVR reports annually

    To access the state's records, Checkr needs to set up a PennDOT account for you, which takes 4-6 weeks. Contact Checkr to begin this process.