What is identity card?

  • (noun): A card certifying the identity of the bearer.
    Synonyms: card

Some articles on identity card, card, identity cards:

Other Cards With Similar MyKad Features - MyPR
... MyPR is an identity card or personal identification issued to residents of Malaysia with permanent resident status ... with permanent resident status are required to change their identity card to MyPR with effect from 1 June 2006 ... The heading KAD PENGENALAN MALAYSIA PERMASTAUTIN TETAP (Malay Malaysia Permanent Resident Identity Card) FULL NAME HERE NRIC number Permanent address Gender Permanent residence ...
Brazilian Identity Card - Legal Status
... The possession of an identity card is needed for nearly all acts of civil life getting a driver's licence, opening a bank account, buying or selling real estate, financing debts, applying for a job ... The police may ask to see the identity card of anyone arrested or searched ... Failure to present an identity card is not an offense but the person searched or arrested may be escorted to the police department for criminal identification (a ...
Lična Karta
... Bosnian, Montenegrin, Macedonian and Bulgarian) term literally meaning personal card and may refer to the national identity cards of any of the following countries and territories Serbia - see National identity cards ...
British Passport - Endorsements
... Holder of this passport has Hong Kong (Permanent) Identity Card No A123456(7) which states that holder has right of abode in Hong Kong * British National (Overseas) passports usually have one of these endorsement ...
Macedonian Identity Card - Physical Appearance
... The Macedonian identity card is plastic ID-1-(bankcard) format ... below it the word Личната карта/Identity card is shown ... Republic of Macedonia and the coat of arms are also displayed on the identity card ...

Famous quotes containing the words card and/or identity:

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    Though your views are in straight antagonism to theirs, assume an identity of sentiment, assume that you are saying precisely that which all think, and in the flow of wit and love roll out your paradoxes in solid column, with not the infirmity of a doubt.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)