Last Updated on March 19, 2023
- Brazil will introduce a new identification number process for citizens of the country beginning in 2024
Beginning in 2024, the government of Brazil will provide all citizens with a CFP identification number that will allow officials to access public documents, civil records and inscriptions existing in federal, state and municipal public databases.
What are the Changes?
Starting in 2024, the Brazilian government will issue a CFP identification number to all its citizens, which will enable officials to access public documents, civil records and other information present in federal, state and municipal public databases.
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