ES begins issuing new National Identity Card; find out where and how to request | Holy Spirit

ES begins issuing new National Identity Card; find out where and how to request | Holy Spirit
ES begins issuing new National Identity Card; find out where and how to request | Holy Spirit
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State begins to create a new ID model

The new National Identity Card (CIN) began to be issued throughout Espírito Santo this Monday (1st). In February of this year, the document was being issued in the testing phase and only previously selected people could obtain it. There are 14 stations available for scheduling and others spread across the interior of the state that serve on demand to collect the document. The first copy is free.

On January 11th, the deadline set by the government for states to start issuing the new card had already passed. Previously, the deadline announced by the government was December 6th, but, at the request of the states, this extension was made, as a way of adapting the system.

The Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services (MGI) announced that in January 3 million Brazilians had already issued the new document.

In accordance with Decree 10,977/2022, citizens have until 2032 to issue the first copy of the documentwhich will be free for everyone.

From now on, the state system is integrated with the Federal Revenue Service and the platform gov.br of the federal government. To date, around 590 licenses have been issued using the new model in the state.

1 of 2 New National Identity Card — Photo: Disclosure/Civil Police
New National Identity Card — Photo: Disclosure/Civil Police

Tests were being carried out to try to remedy possible flaws in systems integration.

The main novelty of the new model is the unification of the number across the country, with the CPF number now being valid. Under the old model, each state adopted its own numbering, which allowed the same citizen to legitimately issue identity cards with different numbers in different states.

Based on the new standard, regardless of the state of the federation in which the citizen requests the document, they will have the CPF number as their ID number. This change will reduce the possibility of fraud and inconsistencies in information.

Another important innovation is the availability of the digital version of the document in the gov.br wallet, based on the printout of the physical document. The social name may also be included, upon request by the applicant.

Additionally, other changes will also be implemented. The identity card will now contain an international code that makes it a travel identification document, the MRZ (Machine Readable Zone) code and information about diseases may be included in the physical version of the document.

The number of other documents may also be included, such as CTPS, Pis/Pasep and Voter ID, but this information will only be available in the digital version of the document.

2 of 2 Model of the new national identity card that will be issued by RN in December — Photo: Itep/Disclosure
Model of the new national identity card that will be issued by RN in December — Photo: Itep/Disclosure

The validity of the National Identity Card (CIN) is also new and will comply with the following rule:

  • From zero to 11 years: valid for 5 years;
  • From 12 to 59 years old: valid for 10 years;
  • From 60 years of age: indefinite validity.

Renewals due to legal requirements will always be free of charge.

To start the process, citizens must schedule their appointment at one of the 14 identification points that provide vacancies across the country. link. The other stations in the interior of the state serve on demand or prior appointment, simply for the citizen to seek assistance with the necessary documents.

The 14 stations available for scheduling are:

  • Aracruz
  • San Francisco Bar
  • Itapemirim Waterfall
  • Colatina
  • Guarapari
  • Linhares
  • Marataízes
  • Saint Matthew
  • Serra Jacaraípe – Pro-Citizen
  • Serra Headquarters – Ciretran
  • Viana
  • old village
  • Vitória – Legislative Assembly
  • Vitória – Citizen’s House

Vacancies are made available daily at 8 am, so it is important that the applicant accesses the system shortly before this time, to have access to the vacancies available on the day.

Delay tolerance is 15 minutes. Anyone who does not show up within the deadline will have their appointment automatically canceled and will only be able to reschedule after 15 days.

In municipalities where online scheduling is not yet available, the applicant must go in person to one of the service stations and request their ID, within the capacity of each station.

The documents required to obtain the new license are:

  • Birth or marriage certificate, depending on marital status;
  • Proof of address;
  • For children up to 5 years old, guardians must take a 3×4 photo, in case it is not possible to take a photo using biometric collection equipment.

Citizens who request exemption from paying the fee must bring a document proving their exemption status. They are: theft/theft of the document with presentation of a police report and proof of income of up to 3 minimum wages.

In the case of elderly people, people with disabilities or special needs (duly certified by a medical report), there is no need to make an appointment in advance. Service is provided directly at the identification point, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Issuance of the 1st copy of the National Identity Card is free, as are renewals of the document due to the expiration date.

To issue the 2nd copy, it is necessary to pay the fee, in the amount of R$ 76.55, by issuing the Single Collection Document (DUA) on the State Department of Finance website.

The Single Collection Document (DUA) for payment of the fee can also be issued on the Espírito Santo Civil Police website.

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