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Current residence management methods to stay
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Current residence management methods to stay

HCMC - Household registration books will be scrapped following a Government resolution but the prevailing methods for tracking citizens, permanent and temporary residents will be kept but simplified, said Minister of Public Security To Lam.

Lam was quoted by Dan Tri online newspaper as saying on November 6 that the Ministry of Public Security will soon call a press conference to make clear the Government’s resolution on abolition of age-old household registration books and ID cards.

“Household registration books will be replaced with national identity numbers in some public services to simplify administrative procedures. However, procedures for management of temporary and permanent residence, and temporary absence will stay unchanged,” Lam said.

“Public security agencies will adopt new residence management methods that do not require household registration books, thus simplifying procedures. Relevant agencies will provide detailed information about these methods in the coming time.”

On November 4, the Prime Minister signed Resolution No.112 simplifying administrative procedures and paperwork relating to management of citizens’ residence by replacing household registration books and ID cards with national identity numbers, and scrapping some procedures for permanent residence registration.

Data of citizens’ identity and residence will be stored and updated in a database which is accessible round the clock so that people can use some public services by simply providing their 12-digit national identity numbers.

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