You will more than likely need to be bonded in order to work for a bank for secuirty purposes
Not necessarily just for being fingerprinted - however if the employer conducts a criminal history background check on you it will.
It means that they where 'booked"
No finger printing is an extreme form of documentation
Not generally. If you are suspected of a crime, then that is another matter.
Most police stations will provide that service free of charge.
IF, your prints were entered into the system, they will be there.
It would be seen as a grave invasion of privacy.
Take a tissue sample of all of your guppies and have them DNA fingerprinted.
Mixtures are NOT bonded.
They are bonded by bonds
0%. If it is bonded leather it is bonded leather and not plastic!
To get bonded, you go to the Police Station.
It depends on what you mean by 'bonded'
Yes, i have applied to be bonded.
Yes, you can be bonded after bankruptcy, but it matters what you are being bonded for. Since the bond company is in essence insuring you, being bonded to be a notary public is easy, whereas getting your business bonded may be more difficult after bankruptcy.
So-called "moving" tickets are misdemeanor offenses and you can be fingerprinted if you are in custody.
Yes if the new job is searching for arrests and convictions.
Not usually, unless you are applying for a public service/government job.