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Help! I need this search now! Can I rush it?
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When placing orders for searches that are especially time-sensitive, use county-level criminal searches rather than statewide criminal searches. In the event you need help to identify the correct jurisdictions, use the instant social security number trace in the rapid order section on the ordering page and then choose the desired jurisdictions from the check boxes available on the next page. Statewide searches average between three to five days; county-level searches average one to two days. You also may save a few dollars going this route.
TruDiligence does offer an option for “rush” service during the time of submission. There is an additional charge for this service, and TruDiligence cannot guarantee expedited results.
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