When I decided to substitute part time in Maine, I had to have my fingerprints checked. I had been living there for six years and owned a restaurant. I discovered I had no fingerprints. The agent asked me if I washed dishes a lot. I told him I did pots and pans daily. He said that would explain the problem and alternative ways of having my prints visible worked.
In California I had to have my fingerprints recorded to join the gym. Each day I go, I enter my phone number on the machine and place my finger on the scanner. It typically does not surface properly and I have to give additional information to get through, unless the person at the desk remembers me.
Avoid doing dishes. It is a hazard to your identity.