You’ve probably seen and process servers in movies and TV shows even if you didn’t know that is what they are called.  Becoming a process server is not incredibly difficult and does not require extensive education. For this reason, many people look into becoming process servers as either a full time job or a way to earn additional income.  There are certain rules and eligibility requirements to become a process server and they vary by state. If you are considering becoming a process server in the state of Arizona, it is important to you must complete so that you can become certified.

When you are applying for your initial certification, you must complete all approved forms and meet the eligibility requirements which include: you must be at least 21 years of age at the time of your application, you must be a citizen or a legal resident of the United States, and you must possess a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma evidencing the passing of the general education development test.  To submit your initial application for certification, you must do so in the county of your residency.  You must sit for and pass the process server examination, complete the application, and submit a fingerprint card. The fingerprint card must be a blue and white FBI card, and prints must be taken by a law-enforcement agency.

Once you are a certified process server, you can work as a freelance process server, work for the government, or work for a process server company. The possibilities are endless any job offers a great deal of flexibility. If you are looking for an exciting new career or you simply want an additional way to earn income, consider becoming a process server.