Buy Belgian ID Card Online



Buy Belgian ID Card Online

Buy Belgian ID Card Online, The Belgian ID card contains two certificates: one for authentication and one for electronic signature. Some information is listed both on the card and on the chip, while other information is only on the microcontroller (such as the address). The ID1 card (credit card format) shows the holder’s portrait, name, surname, date, and place of birth, gender, nationality, Belgian ID card number, validity, signature, and the National Register number (unique identification number given at birth), and place of issuance. It is to be carried (compulsory) ​from the age of 15 with a price of 25 Euros on average. The new Belgian ID card includes 2 fingerprints stored in the chip. The residency card is a card without a chip for the part needed for traveling abroad, and with a chip (on the back) to offer residents the same access rights to online services as Belgian citizens. The card is dedicated to all foreigners (non-EU or Swiss) residing in Belgium. The Kids-eID allows children under 12 to be identified rapidly, either within or outside Belgian borders. It is, therefore, secure identity and travel document. Other uses can be developed, for example, to register or for identification at school, swimming pools, libraries, etc. Emergency service is also linked to the card. An alert can be sent out if the child has a problem or is in danger. If they so wish, parents can link this central number to a list of telephone numbers that can be reached in case of an emergency. The cost is around 10 Euros depending on the area. This secure document is not compulsory and will not include fingerprints. The card design stays unchanged. More on identity cards for kids here: Kids-ID.​

The government-issued ID has become a pillar of the Belgian eGovernment initiative.

The country’s eGov strategy aims to create a single virtual Public Administration while respecting the privacy of users, as well as the specificities and competencies of all Government bodies and administrative layers. Its main objective is to improve the delivery of public services for citizens and businesses by rendering them more convenient and more open.

The national eID card has become a familiar tool for interaction between citizens and the authorities, to secure online transactions and facilitate e-business.
So what’s the story here?

Over 800 public applications are available. As of August 2016, 72,4% of users are using online authentication with the national eID, 17,9% using a paper token (based on the principle of a one-time password), and 9% with another method.​

In 2016, more than 30 million secure transactions have been done by 3,6 million users with their smart personal identity cards according to FEDICT, part of the Federal Service Policy and Support. In 2016, monthly authentication requests ranged from 1.6 with a peak of 4,2 million in ​June 2016. Why is it important? Belgium is starting to reap the digital dividends of such a national eID scheme.