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Introduction From The Editor

This edition of our monthly e-newsletter includes "Another Reason why Background Checks MUST be done", an article discussing how commercial pilots in India have been able to obtain fraudulent pilot’s licenses.

Our legal alert covers proposed legislation in Idaho that would make it easier for the Idaho Board of Education to identify "diploma mills" (fraudulent degree providers).

Finally, our tip of the month explains why employers should conduct a Social Security number address trace on their prospective employees.

Please forward our e-newsletter to friends and colleagues who may benefit from our published information.

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Cody Farzad,
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By Khodadawd "Cody" J. Farzad
How would you feel if you were sitting in an airplane, moments from takeoff when you discover that the plane’s pilot has a fraudulent pilot’s license? According to police in New Delhi, India, four more people (four others have already been arrested) including an official with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have been arrested for their alleged part in a "fake flying license" scam. Read More



By Khodadawd "Cody J. Farzad
The State of Idaho has approved a bill that would make it easier for the Board of Education to identify fraudulent education providers, otherwise known as "Diploma Mills". The bill would allow the Board to issue a cease-and-desist order against those companies violating or continuing to violate the legislation. Read More



By Khodadawd "Cody" J. Farzad
The only way to ensure that you are performing an accurate county-level criminal records search is to search in every jurisdiction the applicant has resided in during a specified period of time (usually 7 years). But how do you know which jurisdictions should be searched?... Read More



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