This Wednesday (8), the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) announced that the new National Identity Card (CIN) is scheduled to begin being issued in mid-December, in Sergipe.
The initiative aims to curb fraud, crimes of ideological falsehood and various infractions that occur from the criminal use of identity cards, as the General Registry (RG) number will be removed and replaced by the number of the Individual Taxpayer Registry (CPF). ). Each citizen will have a general registration corresponding to each federative unit, that is, 27 identity cards.
Even with the arrival of the new document, the old identity card will not lose its validity as soon as the new one is implemented. Citizens who have their documents updated do not need to worry about making the exchange until February 28, 2032.
The main changes between the documents will be:
1. The General Registration (RG) number ceases to exist and will be replaced by the Individual Taxpayer Registry (CPF) number;
2. There will no longer be a distinction between social name and civil registry name;
3.The field referring to sex will no longer exist.
1. Inclusion of QR Code, which allows the verification of other documentary information and cases of theft or theft;
2. Inclusion of the Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) code – the same as the passport, which is an international standard, making the CIN a travel document for countries in common agreement.
3. The CIN is digital, but will have a physical option, with each state establishing the specific value for issuance.