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(a) An application for a process server license must be submitted to the department on a form provided by the department printed legibly or typewritten. An application must include the following information about the applicant:
(1) full name;
(2) business name;
(3) residence address;
(4) residence telephone number;
(5) residence mail address;
(6) business location;
(7) business telephone number;
(8) business mail address;
(10) height and weight;
(11) hair and eye color;
(12) date of birth;
(13) Alaska driver's license number and expiration date, or an identification card number issued by the department;
(14) statement of citizenship;
(15) criminal arrest and conviction record;
(16) employment history for the five years immediately preceding the date of application;
(17) the name of at least three persons, at least one of whom is a resident of the state, who can attest to the applicant's good character; and
(18) the name and address of all business affiliations of the applicant or the applicant's spouse.
(b) The application must include:
(1) a sworn statement that the applicant is free from any mental or emotional disorder that may adversely affect performance as a process server;
(3) a sworn statement that the information contained in the application is true; and
(4) a signature and valid notarization of the signature.
(c) The following items must accompany the application:
(1) two sets of classifiable fingerprints on a Federal Bureau of Investigation Applicant Card (FD-258);
(2) a fee payable to the department for fingerprint processing fees under 13 AAC 25.400(a) (4)(B) and fees charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation or other government agency for processing fingerprints or obtaining criminal records through that agency;
(3) proof of compliance with the surety bond requirements of 13 AAC 67.920;
(4) a non-refundable application fee of $25; and
(5) a copy of the applicant's valid Alaska business license and, if required, a valid municipal business license.
History: Eff. 11/11/92, Register 124; am 4/2/94, Register 129
Authority: AS 22.20.100
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