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Personal Identity Card

PERSONAL IDENTITY CARD

Identity Card (ID card) is the main document to prove identity and nationality, mandatory for every citizen of the Republic of Lithuania at the age of 16 who is not in possession of a Citizen’s Passport issued prior to 1 January 2003. ID card can be issued to a person who is not 16 years old yet, if necessary. ID card is mandatory inside the country and can be used to travel abroad to countries with whom appropriate treaties and agreements have been concluded.

ID card issued to a person at the age of 16 or older is valid for 10 years.

ID card issued to a person who is not 16 yet is valid no longer than 5 years.


eID 2012

ID card is made of polycarbonate with embedded contact and contactless chips. All data on the polycarbonate is laser-engraved.

Purpose of the ID card, procedures for its issuance, change and usage, and data to be engraved are regulated by the Law on Identity Cards of the Republic of Lithuania (Official gazette, 2001, No. 97-3417; 2008, No. 76-3007).

ID card as issued since 1 January 2009 complies with the requirements set in the Council Regulation (EC) No 2252/2004 of 13 December 2004 on standards for security features and biometrics in passports and travel documents issued by Member States, and with recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization.

Mandatory form approved by the Lithuanian Minister of the Interior in 2008 July 21 No. 1V-272 of the "Republic of Lithuania Minister of the Interior in 2003 September 10 No. 1V-328 on passport and identity card forms Approval."

Description published - Information Bulletin, 2012, No. 27-248

An eID card can be used as a travel document to go to foreign countries with whom relevant treaties or agreements have been concluded.

Features of the eID card

Biometrics in the eID card

Technological features of the ID card


eID 2009

ID card is made of polycarbonate with embedded contact and contactless chips. All data on the polycarbonate is laser-engraved.

Purpose of the ID card, procedures for its issuance, change and usage, and data to be engraved are regulated by the Law on Identity Cards of the Republic of Lithuania (Official gazette, 2001, No. 97-3417; 2008, No. 76-3007).

ID card as issued since 1 January 2009 complies with the requirements set in the Council Regulation (EC) No 2252/2004 of 13 December 2004 on standards for security features and biometrics in passports and travel documents issued by Member States, and with recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization.

An eID card can be used as a travel document to go to foreign countries with whom relevant treaties or agreements have been concluded.

Features of the eID card

Biometrics in the eID card

Technological features of the ID card



ID 2003

Personal Identity Card is produced by using state of the art technologies and contains advanced safeguards. Data, photo and signature are engraved in polycarbonate layer of the Identity card by using laser engravers. Personal Identity card - the document of new generation produced in accordance with the recommendation of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and requirements of the EU directives.

Personal Identity Card is provided for use instead of the current Passport of the Republic of Lithuania within the state borders of Lithuania. It is the main document confirming personal identity and citizenship. The personal identity card could be used to go abroad only if corresponding international agreements and treaties are signed between Lithuania and a country concerned.

Personal identity card is an obligatory document for every citizen of the Republic of Lithuania at the age of 16 who did not possess a valid citizen's Passport of the Republic of Lithuania, issued earlier. If it is necessary, the personal identity card may be issued for a citizen under 16.

IDENTITY CARD FEATURES

Rainbow printing
Both sides ID card are covered with two different security grids printed in rainbow.

Special line arrangement
The „Wind rose” appearing on both sides of ID card is filled with lines of different directions and thickness. The rosette and the guilloche stripes are formed with the help of double lines differing in thickness.

Holographic stripe
Holographic stripe with repeating and changing direction text: „LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA”.

Photograph and signature
A digitized photograph and signature of the bearer are laser engraved.

Micro Lettering
The repeating micro lettering „LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA” forms separate lines and is incorporated into certain graphic design elements. Positive and negative micro lettering „LTU” is incorporated into „Wind rose”.

Ultraviolet inks
The Lithuanian coat of arms and the beams running from it to the edges are printed in rainbow with invisible inks and they fluoresce red and yellow under UV light.

Laminate
A transparent diffractive optical device with kinematic effect (coat of arms of the Republic of Lithuania, words „LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA”, „LTU” and stars).

Microchip
Optionally a microchip can be integrated into the card.

Ultraviolet inks
The Lithuanian contour with the „Wind rose” in the center and the beams running from it with incorporated repeating micro lettering „LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA”, are printed in rainbow with invisible inks and they fluoresce red and yellow under UV light.

Optically variable inks
The letters „LTU” are printed with optically variable inks (changing colour from gold to green) on the left and „Wind rose” (changing colour from blue to brown) is printed on the right.

Barcode
Optionally a barcode can be engraved into the card.

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