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(An animation. A green dot.)

VOICE-OVER: Look, that's you.
Newly born or newly arrived
in a country where freedom of movement is an important right,
where your voice is heard and you can go wherever, whenever you want.
You can count on healthcare, education
and many other provisions for as long as you live.
This is only possible if your identity data is carefully collected and maintained.
This takes place in the personal records database.
This not only contains your name, date of birth and where you live,
but also who your parents are, your partner and your children,
and it contains information about your nationality, passport or ID card,
and if you reside abroad or if your residence here is only temporary.
This is all linked to one unique number, your citizen service number.

(Lines of text showing personal data fan out from the dot like rays of sunshine.)

There must never be any doubt about your identity.
Are you who you claim to be?

(Another, similar dot is rejected, but the green dot is given the green light and gets through.)

That is why many organisations make use of identity data.
These include pension funds, the social insurance bank,
the DUO and the police.
Naturally, not everyone has access to all this data.
Your data is only made available for specific purposes
and often only temporarily.
That is why it is of the utmost importance that your identity data
is carefully managed and only made available to those who are authorised.
Safely and reliably.

(Various large and small coloured dots all over the world.)

Additionally, the development and quality of our identification documents
must always meet the highest international standards.
That is our job.
We are the National Office for Identity Data.

(The Dutch coat of arms, next to: National Office for Identity Data. Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. On-screen text: Want to know more? www.rvig.nl.)

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