Bangkok, June 3 – Deputy government spokesman. Advising people to register citizens online Via the ThaiD application, saving time, not paying fees In addition, you can select the civil registration at any time.
Ms. Ratchada Thanadirek, Deputy Spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, revealed that after the Cabinet (Cabinet) approved the draft ministerial regulation stipulating the implementation of the digital civil registration system. Waiver of digital civil registration service fees The Central Registration Office, Department of Provincial Administration, has informed the progress that it can civil registration online system through the ThaiD application of the Department of Provincial Administration Ministry of the Interior already free of charge
Ms. Ratchada went on to say that People can register their citizens. Change, edit various information, including checking information. Name-surname, ID card number, age, status, address and other details through the ThaiD application for civil registration document certification. can check certifying personal records (Tor Ror. 14/1) and certifying personal records (Tor Ror. 12/2) as well. (Search from Reference numbers) to verify documents from the electronic system of the Central Registration Office. The document is valid for no more than 90 days from the date of issuance of the certificate.
“The government drives forward towards becoming a digital government. Apply digital technology to work in various government agencies to increase operational efficiency. Reduce staff workload Reduce space and save budget for storing documents. Importantly, to facilitate the people. The provision of digital civil registration services is another policy of the government that aims to make it easier for citizens to access government services. Through the ThaiD application, people can reduce the cost of obtaining civil registration services. both travel expenses and fees Don’t waste time queuing. People can do a civil registration at any time,” Ms. Ratchada said.-Thai News Agency
Source: Thai News Agency