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An application for an originator license must
(1) be in writing;
(2) be signed by the applicant and notarized;
(3) be on a form prescribed by the department;
(4) contain the name and residence address of the applicant;
(5) include a complete set of fingerprints of the applicant to obtain a report of criminal justice information and a national criminal history record check; and
(6) contain other information or supporting material that the department may require concerning the applicant, including other forms of identification of the applicant.
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