Form DFS-H2-1509 "Temporary Bail Bond Agent Mandatory Employment Verification" - Florida

Form DFS-H2-1509 is a Florida Department of Financial Services form also known as the "Temporary Bail Bond Agent Mandatory Employment Verification". The latest edition of the form was released in June 1, 2011 and is available for digital filing.

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
Division of Agent & Agency Services – Bureau of Licensing
200 East Gaines Street, Larson Building Room 419
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0319
TEMPORARY BAIL BOND AGENT
MANDATORY EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION
PART I: (to be completed by applicant)
I certify that upon being licensed as a Temporary Bail Bond Agent, I will be employed at:
Employer/Agency Name:
Address:
City
State
Zip Code
Signature of Applicant
Print Name
Social Security/License Number
PART II: (to be completed by supervisor)
I certify that I will act in the capacity of supervisor of the applicant, if licensed, as described in 648.355 (l) (e), F.S.
I further acknowledge responsibility for the applicant’s conduct in the bail bond business. Under penalty of perjury I
declare that the foregoing statement is true.
I further certify that upon being licensed as a Temporary Bail Bond Agent, the applicant will be employed at:
Employer/Agency Name:
Address:
City
State
Zip Code
Signature/Title of Supervisor
Print Name
Social Security/License Number
Date
*NOTE
You are required by state and federal law to disclose your social security number on this application. Section 666(a)(13)
of Title 42, Unites States Code, requires each state to obtain the social security number of each applicant for a professional
or occupational license on the application for the license. Section 626.171(5), Florida Statutes, implements this federal
law. The purpose of collecting social security numbers is for administration of the child support enforcement provisions of
Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The Department of Financial Services also uses social security numbers for identity
verification purposes in conjunction with background checks of applicants and for identity verification purposes in the
Department's electronic database for licensees and applicants.
DFS-H2-1509
69B-221.155, F.A.C.
06/11
Revised
Print Form
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
Division of Agent & Agency Services – Bureau of Licensing
200 East Gaines Street, Larson Building Room 419
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0319
TEMPORARY BAIL BOND AGENT
MANDATORY EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION
PART I: (to be completed by applicant)
I certify that upon being licensed as a Temporary Bail Bond Agent, I will be employed at:
Employer/Agency Name:
Address:
City
State
Zip Code
Signature of Applicant
Print Name
Social Security/License Number
PART II: (to be completed by supervisor)
I certify that I will act in the capacity of supervisor of the applicant, if licensed, as described in 648.355 (l) (e), F.S.
I further acknowledge responsibility for the applicant’s conduct in the bail bond business. Under penalty of perjury I
declare that the foregoing statement is true.
I further certify that upon being licensed as a Temporary Bail Bond Agent, the applicant will be employed at:
Employer/Agency Name:
Address:
City
State
Zip Code
Signature/Title of Supervisor
Print Name
Social Security/License Number
Date
*NOTE
You are required by state and federal law to disclose your social security number on this application. Section 666(a)(13)
of Title 42, Unites States Code, requires each state to obtain the social security number of each applicant for a professional
or occupational license on the application for the license. Section 626.171(5), Florida Statutes, implements this federal
law. The purpose of collecting social security numbers is for administration of the child support enforcement provisions of
Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The Department of Financial Services also uses social security numbers for identity
verification purposes in conjunction with background checks of applicants and for identity verification purposes in the
Department's electronic database for licensees and applicants.
DFS-H2-1509
69B-221.155, F.A.C.
06/11
Revised
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