Lost your ID? See how to obtain the 2nd copy of the document online

The ID is a fundamental document for all Brazilians. Those who missed it should know that they can get a duplicate through some applications.

Losing your ID or needing to update your photo can be a hassle, but, fortunately, some Brazilian states now allow you to request a second copy of the General Registry (RG) online, simplifying the process.

However, the procedures, costs and the possibility of making the request online vary according to each state, and it is crucial to know the specifics of your region.

If you have lost your ID, see how to access a duplicate on the internet / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

ID request and online scheduling

While some states offer the facility to request a 2nd copy of the ID entirely online, others only allow scheduling for in-person service via the internet.

The associated costs also differ, and there may be exemptions for certain groups, such as the elderly, beneficiaries of social programs and victims of robbery or theft, upon presentation of a police report.

Required documentation

Then, to apply, documents such as birth or marriage certificates, CPF and two recent 3×4 photos are generally required.

In some cases, the online request allows documents and photos to be sent in digital format, making the process even easier.

Which states allow the process to be completed online?

Furthermore, the states that already make the digital version of the ID available are Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Pará, Goiás, Paraíba, Alagoas and the Federal District. It is worth noting that each one has its own app.

This innovation allows citizens to have access to their identity document in digital format, providing greater convenience and security.

The digital ID application, which can be downloaded free of charge on cell phones and tablets with iOS and Android systems, facilitates access to this important document, contributing to the unification of documents and the reduction of fraud in the country.

Transition to the National Identity Card (CIN)

It is important to highlight that Brazil is in the process of replacing the ID card with the new National Identity Card (CIN), with expiration dates established according to the holder’s age group.

Everyone must carry out this update by February 29, 2032, ensuring compliance with new regulations and the validity of the document for different services and legal needs.

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Which states already issue the new ID?

The states that are already issuing the new ID, according to the survey carried out, include Acre, Alagoas, Amazonas, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco, Piauí, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina.

On the other hand, the other 15 states and the Federal District are still in the process of adapting to start issuing the new document.

Among the states that have not yet issued the new ID are Amapá, Bahia, Ceará, Espírito Santo, Maranhão, Mato Grosso do Sul, Pará, Paraíba, Paraná, Rio Grande do Norte, Rondônia, Roraima, Sergipe, Tocantins and São Paulo. The Federal District plans to begin issuance in the second half of November.

Don’t waste time and ask for a duplicate of your ID!

Paying attention to the rules and procedures for issuing a second copy of your ID card or transitioning to a CIN is essential to avoid setbacks and ensure that your documents are always up to date, reflecting your identity and ensuring your rights.

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