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There are three types of electronic identity:

_E-identity of a Vietnamese citizen: individual identification number; surname, middle name, first name; Date of Birth; genre; portrait; and fingerprints.

_E-identity of a foreigner: the identification number of the foreigner; surname, middle name, first name; Date of Birth; genre; nationality; number, symbol, date of issue, type of document and place of issue of their valid passport or international travel document; portrait; fingerprints.

_E-identity of an organization: the electronic identification number of the organization; the name of the organization, including its Vietnamese name, abbreviated name (if applicable) and foreign language name (if applicable); Creation date; Registered Address ; citizen or alien identification number; surname, middle name, first name of the legal representative or manager of this organization.

Subjects who are granted an electronic ID account include:

_Vietnamese citizens from 14 years old; Vietnamese citizens under the age of 14 or wards registered under their father’s, mother’s or guardian’s electronic ID account (no need to display their Citizen ID card).

_Foreigners from 14 years old migrating to Vietnam; foreigners under the age of 14 or wards registered under the electronic identification account of their father, mother or guardian.

_Agencies, organizations established or registered to operate in Vietnam.

The three levels of an electronic identification account of an individual or an organization are:

_Level 1 of an individual e-ID account: individual identification number; surname, middle name, first name; Date of Birth; genre; portrait. In the case of a foreigner, additional information includes nationality; number, symbol, date of issue, type of document and place of issue of their valid passport or international travel document.

_Level 2 of an individual e-ID account: personal information plus biometric information.

_An organization e-ID account: the organisation’s electronic identification number; the name of the organization, including its Vietnamese name, abbreviated name (if applicable) and foreign language name (if applicable); Creation date; Registered Address ; citizen or alien identification number; surname, middle name, first name of the legal representative or manager of this organization.

Owners of an e-ID account use this account to log in and use the available features of the VNelD application and the e-ID information portal.

Agencies, organizations and individuals may create an e-ID account to serve their business and are responsible for verifying and ensuring the accuracy of their self-established account. They decide on the level of use and the value of their e-ID account

The use of a level 1 e-ID account of a Vietnamese citizen is used to prove the accuracy of his personal information; of a foreigner is to prove the accuracy of his personal information in activities and transactions that require his personal information.

The use of a Vietnamese citizen’s Level 2 e-ID account is equivalent to the use of their smart citizen ID card in transactions requiring this card; valid as a tool to provide personal information in formal documents that have already been incorporated into this account so that relevant agencies and organizations can compare when carrying out transactions requiring these corresponding documents.

The use of a foreigner’s level 2 e-ID account is equivalent to the use of their valid passport or international travel document in transactions requiring these documents; valid as a tool to provide personal information in formal documents that have already been incorporated into this account so that relevant agencies and organizations can compare when carrying out transactions requiring these corresponding documents.

An organization’s e-ID account is used by its legal representative or an authorized person. This use is to prove the electronic identity of this organization in transactions requiring such proof; valid as a tool to provide elements of information in the formal documents of the organization which have already been integrated into this account so that the competent agencies and organizations can compare when carrying out transactions requiring these corresponding documents.

By Staff Writers – Translated by Huong Vuong

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