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Date:28/07/17

The number of uses of e-certificates on the E-government portal has increased

The E-government portal allows users to obtain certificates that contain personal data and can be used for various purposes from a single center. That is why electronic certificates are becoming more and more popular among the citizens of the country.  
 
Thus, a total of 1 252 176 applications for 17 different types of certificates have been so far registered on the portal.
 
In the list given below, you can see how many applications have been made for each of the e-certificates.
 - Employment certificate - 608 034
- Reference on citizen’s personal data - 275 054
- Residence certificate - 75 643
- Reference on diploma - 64 473
- Reference on ID card data - 61 200
- Reference on payments for communication services during a year - 27 964
- Reference on having no debt for communication services- 25 192
- Extract on citizen from "Student-Graduate" state electronic data system - 21 439
- Reference document on vehicles registered in citizen’s name - 17 325
- Reference on secondary schools of schoolchildren - 17 029
- Reference document on citizen’s active service - 16 532
- Reference on workplace of teaching and technical staff working in secondary schools - 12 253
- Reference document on citizen’s registration for military service- 11 846
- Providing information on subscriber regarding "Water supply and sewage services" - 8 249
- Reference document on having no debt for "water supply and wastewater disposal"- 6 127
- References on licenses of individuals and legal entities engaged in tourism activity - 2 545
- Seafarer’s identity document - 1 271.
 
Using electronic certificates, citizens save their time and avoid bureaucratic obstacles they used to face. Besides, citizens can print e-certificates in PDF format and send them to any e-mail address.
 
Note that there is the "Checking electronic certificates" service in the "Electronic certificates" section of the E-government portal.  With the help of this service, it is possible to verify the validity of QR code and barcodes on the certificate. The "Checking electronic certificates" service has been used 57 112 times so far. 




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