Civil status information would be connected and shared among the electronic civil status database and national databases on population and insurance and databases of ministries, sectors and localities.
Such proposal is made in the Ministry of Justice’s draft circular to strengthen reform of administrative procedures in the field of civil status and create favorable conditions for civil status registrants.
Accordingly, the national database on population would provide personal data and information on parents, spouses or legal representatives of individuals born before January 1, 2016, for civil status registration and management agencies to exploit citizen information, conduct civil status registration or review, compare and standardize civil status registration data on the electronic civil status database.
If there are any inconsistencies, police forces would coordinate with civil status registration and management agencies in checking information, identifying and updating accurate information on the national database on population before data are standardized on the electronic civil status database. Information on other databases or personal papers which are inconsistent with information on the electronic civil status database would be modified.
Civil status registration and management agencies would have to receive and handle civil registration requests in forms suitable to levels of applying online public services in their localities.- (VLLF)