Once they click accept...

W1217

New Member
Quick question: Once a candidate clicks "accept," what types of things do they need to provide or upload to USMA?
 

jebdad

5-Year Member
Initially, birth certificate and tattoo form. They also have to execute the fingerprint process which can be done a few ways but is not uploaded. The birth cert and fingerprints trigger the eqip (electronic system for background check).
 

W1217

New Member
Initially, birth certificate and tattoo form. They also have to execute the fingerprint process which can be done a few ways but is not uploaded. The birth cert and fingerprints trigger the eqip (electronic system for background check).
Great, thanks for your reply!
 

jl123

Member
Quick question: Once a candidate clicks "accept," what types of things do they need to provide or upload to USMA?
You will also be instructed to submit a criminal records check for your location, dental form and x-rays, eyeglass information (if applicable), blood type, immunization form, copy of SSN card, and fill out several other admin forms - payroll info, life insurance choice, electronics choices, etc.
 

W1217

New Member
You will also be instructed to submit a criminal records check for your location, dental form and x-rays, eyeglass information (if applicable), blood type, immunization form, copy of SSN card, and fill out several other admin forms - payroll info, life insurance choice, electronics choices, etc.
Very helpful information. Thanks so much for your reply.
 

jagger19

Member
If you have a recruiting office near you, they'll do your fingerprint stuff for you for free. You'll receive an e-mail from USMA regarding how to get that done. I recommend going to the recruiting office, as police departments generally charge and make you make an appointment, whereas recruiting offices are more walk-in.
 

W1217

New Member
If you have a recruiting office near you, they'll do your fingerprint stuff for you for free. You'll receive an e-mail from USMA regarding how to get that done. I recommend going to the recruiting office, as police departments generally charge and make you make an appointment, whereas recruiting offices are more walk-in.
Great idea, thanks!
 
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