From July 1st, people whose ID card or driver’s license has expired must go through the document renewal procedure. The director of the General Personal Identification Service (Segip), Patricia Hermosa, reported that the government had decided not to extend the validity of these documents as the number of people in the offices of this institution had decreased.
“There will be no further expansion, but please comment the population that our offices across the country are empty, we have the capacity to serve them and to respect all biosafety requirements,” Hermosa said in an interview with A Media Manana Centro y Los group. Time.
He noted that given the current situation the country and the world are in due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Segip has launched several projects. One of them is the “Segip on Your License” which focuses on three areas: people with disabilities, people interned in a medical center; or persons who cannot visit the business premises of this facility due to force majeure.
“I’m talking about a mother who gave birth to a child, someone who is 85 years old, or any other reason that prevents them from reaching our offices due to force majeure, please contact whatsap 67198896. They you do not need to submit a written note about our department, a medical certificate may be equivalent and we even accept photos of people, ”explained the director of Segip.
He added that an operator drives to the home or the place where the applicant is with no transportation costs. “Only 17 Bolivians can pay for their ID cards using our Tigo Money virtual platforms from Banco Unión.”