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Why do you have to be fingerprinted EVERY time you renew your civil ID. WTF! This is stupid even by local standards. Fingerprints DO NOT CHANGE!

asked Mar 14, 2017 in Other by anonymous

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answered Mar 14, 2017 by Alphanso (5,580 points)
selected Mar 14, 2017 by Mark
 
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No, you don't have to get finger printed every time you renew your civil id. They only do it the first time.
commented Mar 16, 2017 by anonymous
edited Mar 16, 2017
I wasn't asking if you have to do it every time you renew.  I know for a FACT that you do.  I had to do it again along with my wife and mother.  So again, this is not the question.  I just want to know what is the logiic behind it.
commented Mar 16, 2017 by anonymous
Oh and mark, don't chose a best answer for my question, especially that the answer is patently false.
commented Feb 19 by anonymous
Agreed. Had to do for my wife's residency renewal for last two years. Not sure why.
commented Feb 19 by Mark (59,120 points)
it's not false, I've renewed my civil id for years now and never got fingerprinted. The process to renew is done online and then you go collect the civil id. You don't even interact with anyone yet alone get your prints retaken.
commented Feb 20 by Alphanso (5,580 points)
+1
commented Mar 14 by anonymous
As far as i know untill my brother was having article 22 family visa, he had to do every year till age 21 and for my mom still every year
answered Feb 18 by DJN (1,750 points)
Renewed it twice, never had to re-fingerprint. Same applies to my wife's civil ID.

Are you sure you aren't on some security list?
answered Feb 18 by Anon
Been here very many years and have a feeling I was fingerprinted last 2 x also.  I am on a dependent visa and renew yearly.
answered Feb 19 by anonymous
Just renewed my Civil ID and didn't need to do fingerprints.
answered Feb 19 by anonymous
It's how the government creates jobs.
answered Mar 10 by anonymous
Yesterday I went to renew my wife's residency (article 22), they asked for her to go give her finger prints although we've done that 3 years ago. Apparently there is some change in the system
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