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Franklin Delano Frith II

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Background Checks in Mexico

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Franklin and Mayra discuss now background checks in Mexico work. The background check system is different than the United States of America (as an example.)

  1. There is no national background check system in Mexico
  2. The typical background check is a letter from the local / state government declaring no criminal history at the local / state level
  3. The candidate must request the criminal record letter
  4. The candidate must travel to Mexico City for a federal criminal record letter
  5. Mexico City is the only place to obtain the federal criminal history letter
  6. Depending on the state, the criminal record letter requested by the candidate takes between 1 and 5 business days A private investigator is required for a comprehensive background check.

Presented by Franklin D Frith II - General Manager / Principal and Mayra Muro - Administration

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