Note: Many occupations require a license, and licensure is generally handled by the state. You can write to the Secretary of State, for any particular state, and find out from the licensing board if your subject is licensed by the state. If your subject does have some sort of state-issued license, you will be able to get such things as work and home address, length of time your subject has been licensed, schools attended, date of birth, any complaints lodged against the subject, and the name of any spouse.
Some occupations that generally require licenses are Certified Public Accountants, barbers/hair stylists, builders, teachers, veterinarians, private investigators, security guards, pharmacists, pet groomers, real estate agents, pilots, stock brokers, embalmers, aircraft mechanics, notary publics, x-ray technicians, and more. Sometimes getting information about someone who is licensed can be obtained quickly right over the telephone. In any case, there is a link above to each Secretary of State where you will be able to call or write to obtain this information. There is no need to purchase this information from a broker at some inflated price. It is available for the asking.
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