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Change Of Address Pilot Live On eID Scheme

STORK Industry Group : 30 November, 2010  (Company News)
Electronic identity pilot scheme now has change of address facilities for member moving within the boundaries of the affected region
STORK, a pilot scheme co-funded by the EU that aims to implement EU-wide interoperability of electronic identities (eIDs), today announces that the Change of Address pilot is now live. The pilot demonstrates that it is possible to make it easier for EU citizens to declare their residential address, when moving from one Member State to another. Citizens will be able to use their national eID to login, authenticate themselves and amend their address information, without the need for public administrations to alter the internal processes they already have in place.

Freedom of mobility within the Member States is an important right of every EU citizen. The Change of Address pilot facilitates for citizens the process of changing residential address and notifying all relevant entities. This service -based on the STORK interoperability layer - will also save public administrations of Member States considerable time and money by reducing bureaucracy and developing simpler, integrated processes, with more privacy and an improved flow of accurate information.

The STORK pilot demonstrates how a EU citizen can retrieve an Address Declaration (in PDF format) by visiting the online Change of Address service of his/her current state of residence and securely logging on using their eID. Once the citizen is authenticated the Address Declaration will be generated, signed and made available to the citizen. Furthermore, the citizen can also complete address updates by simply uploading an amended declaration, for validation and processing.

The Change of Address pilot involves participants from five Member States: Estonia, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. Finland will participate in the future.
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