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Girlicity ID Verification

As business owners, we know you can appreciate the significant role security plays in today’s business environment.  As a pre-requisite to receiving a SOW offer, you are required to submit Photo Identification to Girlicity. This verification is NOT for Arise. This verification is for Girlicity. Please submit either your affidavit AND a picture of you holding your ID next to your face:

  1. Affidavit of Identification (you can use the same one you already submitted to Arise). If you need an affidavit, here are instructions. 
  2. A picture of you holding your drivers license next to your face

PLEASE make sure that the pictures are not blurry and is 100% legible. I must be able to verify your name and be able to read it. If it is not legible, I will email you and let you know and will wait for another submission.

*** YOU MUST SUBMIT THE ONLINE FORM. EMAIL SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

If you fail to do so, your SOW will not be signed and you will not be able to continue servicing your client.

Submit the form below:

ID Authorization

Submit your ID and Affidavit
  • https://girlicity.com/kb/what-is-the-affidavit-of-identification/

What Are the Legal Penalties for Falsifying Documents?

Falsifying documents is a very serious offense and is generally classified as a felony. This means that a person charged with falsifying documents may be subject to the following legal penalties:

  • Having to pay a monetary fine
  • Incarceration in a prison facility

Depending on the nature of the offense, as well as individual state laws, falsifying documents can result in a prison sentence of 5-10 years. Also, if government documents or federal authorities were involved, the legal penalties may be more severe. A maximum sentence for falsifying federal investigation and bankruptcy records can be fines and 20 year imprisonment.

Legal penalties may increase with repeat offenses.

What are Other Penalties for Falsifying Documents?

Besides being subject to penalties and incarceration, falsifying documents can have adverse consequences in one’s life and may constitute:

  • Grounds for termination of one’s job
  • Reduction of one’s credit score
  • Disqualification for bank loans
  • Grounds for removability in immigration proceedings
  • Grounds for ineligibility for passport records
  • Being subject to Business and Professions Code lawsuits
  • Being audited by the I.R.S. more frequently

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