Wednesday, February 26, 2020
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The Ministry of Interior confirmed that the mechanism through which the national card is issued prevents the possibility of permanent falsification, revealing the existence of security, technical and technical features in it. The director general of the Directorate of Civil Status, Travel and Residency, Major General Nashat Ibrahim Al-Khafaji, said in a special statement to "Al-Sabah": "The mechanism by which the national card is issued from the moment of submission until it is delivered to citizens wishing to obtain it is going through complex stages that prevent the possibility of falsifying or tampering with its contents.
"The card has security, technical and technical features and complex software, so it is very difficult to falsify the national or family number or the features contained in that card," he said. In 2015, the Interior Ministry announced the launch of the unified card project after the card staff had prepared the final preparations.
Official estimates also indicate that the financial cost of this project will be more than $400 million, but will ensure that more than 30 million cards and records are reduced and converted into digital information using state-of-the-art devices and systems.
One of the specifications of the card is that it will be valid for 10 years and may contain information on real estate ownership, civil registry, criminal registration, as well as ownership of the car and other information.
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