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Forms for Existing Seller-Issuer of Payment Instruments Licensees

Surety Bond Form
Fingerprint Processing
Other Department Forms and Guidance
FinCEN Forms and Guidance

May 23, 2014
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Surety Bond Form (fillable PDF)50.31 KB

Surety Bond form for Seller-Issuer of Payment Instruments and Money Transmitter Licensees

 

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Fingerprint Processing  - "GAPS"

June 9, 2014

For certain applicants and individuals, the Department requires background checks (criminal history record searches using fingerprints). Georgia Application Processing Services (GAPS) provides fixed office locations throughout the state of Georgia for fingerprint services in a non-criminal justice environment. Individuals that reside in Georgia are required to have their fingerprint background checks processed at a GAPS location but must first contact the Department to be registered to do so. In-state individuals, please see the Attachment below entitled, “GA DBF In-State GAPS Fingerprint Instructions.”

For out-of-state applicants, GAPS provides a procedure for fingerprint cards to be submitted directly to 3M Cogent. Out-of-state individuals, please see the Attachment below entitled, “GA DBF Out-of-State Fingerprint Instructions.”

 

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OTHER FORMS AND GUIDANCE:

MSB Guide for Developing an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Policy:

 

Verification of Lawful Presence within the United States (MSBs):

The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance is required to verify the lawful presence of every individual, corporation, partnership, limited liability company or other business entity submitting a new or renewal application.

 

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MSB Report of Apparent Crime85.5 KB
MSB Report of Apparent Crime:

This form is for use in complying with Rule 80-3-1-.06(3) of the Department's Rules and Regulations pertaining to any criminal act or apparent criminal act by any officer, director, or employee of a licensee occurring in this state and relating to the business of the licensee.

 

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FinCEN Forms and Guidance (for compliance with applicable federal laws):

 

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