Little by little, the digital citizenship card is gaining ground in the country, largely due to the procedures that can be carried out with this document, among these, carry out financial, commercial transactions and state procedures, such as voting.
And although it is easier for many people to carry the digital ID, with this they cannot carry out certain procedures that normally could be done with the physical ID.
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Specifically, there are three processes that cannot be carried out with this ID format. Meet them here:
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1. Travel outside the Andean community: With this document, Colombians can freely travel to eight countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador and Peru).; However, this does not allow travel to territories outside this zone, especially those that require a physical passport.
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2. Request credits: Not all banking entities limit the use of the digital card as proof of identity to carry out this type of banking transactions, since there they request this physical document for the issuance of income supports or reports in risk centers.
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3. Notarial procedures: Generally, notaries ask the citizen to have their physical ID or an authenticated copy of it on hand in the case of carrying out a deed, marriage and divorce process.
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Remember that, although more and more people are activating their digital ID, It is not mandatory to have a.