Condominium Access Request Process

Last updated 4 years ago First published 06 January, 2018

Determines whether an individual is a resident and if so, whether their database information is up to date.

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  • Is the individual registered in the Association database? Yes. No.
  • Run "Condominium Visitor Access Request Process".
  • Do they have a photograph on file in the system? Yes. No.
  • Positive identification.
  • Do they have a valid Florida ID? No. Yes.
  • Does it match the name in the Association database? No. Yes.
  • Run "Condominium Visitor Access Request Process".
  • Does the adress on the ID match the building's unit address? Yes. No.
  • Positive identification - take photo and add to profile in Association database.
  • Has the individual been a Condominium resident for more than 10 days? No. Yes.
  • Positive Identification - set proxy card to expire in 3 days (Florida ID is required); take photo and add to profile in FSR Connect.
  • Positive Identification - set proxy card to expire in 5 days (Florida ID is required); take photo and add to profile in FSR Connect.
  • Do they have a valid out of state ID or Passport? No. Yes.
  • Run "Condominium Visitor Access Request Process".
  • Has the individual been a Condominium resident for more than 10 days? No. Yes.
  • Positive Identification - set proxy card to expire in 3 days (Florida ID is required); take photo and add to profile in Association database.
  • Positive Identification - set proxy card to expire in 5 days (Florida ID is required); take photo and add to profile in Association database.