Maryland Background Check
Maryland, the wealthiest state in the nation, has the fifth highest population density in the country. Living and working that close to so many people, there is bound to be a need for a Maryland background check or pre-employment screening by professional and expert investigators. When you take into consideration Baltimore, which has one of the nation’s highest crime rates across communities of all sizes, knowing who to call to get the most accurate yet efficient Maryland background check becomes a necessity.
A Maryland background check can consist of a number of different searches; the most common of which is a statewide Maryland criminal records search. At ASG, we have a relationship with the Maryland Judiciary and provide our clients with direct access to comprehensive statewide court record history. While many online vendors use a simple database search (which they usually don’t tell they are limiting their search too), we pull our data directly from the source which allows us to produce the most accurate up-to-date Maryland background check possible. Furthermore, a simple online database search will often produce multiple hits on variations of an applicant’s or subject’s name; at ASG we will never produce an unverified record on a Maryland background check. Each piece of data will be verified by our trained investigative team before it makes it into a final Maryland background check report.
Call now to speak with a Private Investigator about our Maryland Background Check services at 855-997-2800. We will explain the entire process and answer all of your questions in simple, understandable terms.
We have developed several different levels of “Maryland background checks” each designed to give you the information you require without wasting money or skimping on detail. Our background checks are actual investigations, not database searches. We encourage you to call and speak with our team about designing a Maryland background check package that works for you and saves you money in the process.
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As of 2006, Maryland has an estimated population of 5,615,727, which is an increase of 26,128, or 0.5%, from the prior year and an increase of 319,221, or 6.0%, since the year 2000. This includes a natural increase since the last census of 189,158 people (that is 464,251 births minus 275,093 deaths) and an increase due to net migration of 116,713 people into the state. Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 129,730 people, and migration within the country produced a net loss of 13,017 people.
In 2006, 645,744 were counted as foreign born, which represents mainly people from Latin America and Asia. About 4.0% are undocumented illegal immigrants.
Most of the population of Maryland lives in the central region of the state, in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area and Washington Metropolitan Area, both of which are part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. The Eastern Shore is less populous and more rural, as are the counties of western and southern Maryland.
The three counties of Western Maryland are Allegany, Garrett and Washington. They are mountainous and sparsely populated, resembling West Virginia more than they do the rest of Maryland. Although the African American proportion is not as high as it was during the eighteenth century peak of tobacco plantation production when it was 38%, Maryland still has the largest black population of any state outside of the Deep South. Maryland also has the south’s second largest Korean American population, trailing only Texas. In fact, 1.7% are Korean, while as a whole, almost 6.0% are Asian.
The center of population of Maryland is located on the county line between Anne Arundel County and Howard County, in the unincorporated town of Jessup.