Beginning Your Section 19 FDIC Waiver:
In order to begin your Section 19 FDIC Waiver application, we strongly recommend having your record examined by an experienced and licensed attorney. To accomplish this, we offer a comprehensive Section 19 FDIC Waiver analysis.
The process entails a document review by an attorney, case history preparation, and then final analysis preparation. In most cases, unless the records are very lengthy, the total process generally takes less than 1 month. What counts as a lengthy record depends on (1) whether the total record is 5 or more record entries or 5 or more pages in length, and (2) the clarity of the record. If the record is lengthy or if there are several holidays during the month, plan on several extra days for completion.
This analysis will also provide you with two things:
- Either the reassurance in knowing that an FDIC waiver is indeed required prior to signing up for an expensive legal service, or
- An attorney’s informed opinion that an FDIC waiver is not required after all, hopefully saving you unnecessary costs.
The analysis costs $300 and may be applied as a credit towards the Section 19 Waiver, expungement, or record sealing service that is best for your situation. If, however, it turns out you do not require a Waiver, or you decide not to pursue other forms of legal relief, then this amount is for the attorney’s time to perform the analysis. The credit ranges from $100-$200 depending on the number of violations or cases on your record. This credit will remain available for four months from the date of the analysis.
- Case handled by an experienced FDIC Waiver attorney.
- Case analysis typically takes less than a month to complete.
- Includes attorney consultation to discuss completed analysis.
- Cost of analysis will be applied towards your Waiver application.*
- Analysis credit available for four months from date of completed analysis.
* Credit varies based on the extensiveness of your criminal record.