Identity Cards With E-signature Uploaded Chips Are Coming

Identity Cards With E-signature Uploaded Chips Are Coming

Identity Cards With E-signature Uploaded Chips Are Coming

Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu announced today that e-signatures will begin to be uploaded to the ID card within a month. Minister Soylu said, "We will offer a brand new convenience to our citizens with e-signature." Previously, driver's licenses started to be loaded on new identities. By installing e-signature on chip ID cards, bureaucracy will be reduced. One of the documents required to open a business will be missing. With this arrangement, the e-seal application will also be introduced.

The e-government application, which provides service area to more than fifty million users, will also expand. With electronic signature, litigation and registry transactions can be done. Tax debts will be questioned, customs procedures can be followed.

Private companies will also be able to benefit from the application, the infrastructure of which TÜBİTAK has prepared. E-signature is also very important to ensure security. If the identity cards are lost, the e-signature will also lose its validity. After the new identity card is issued, the electronic signature will be re-defined into the system.

How can electronic signature applications be made from e-government?

Electronic signature applications can be made through e-Government portal services as of December 21, 2021. In addition, TR ID cards can be used to sign electronically.

Electronic signature, also known as e-signature, is a type of signature that serves the same purpose as a wet signature, the only difference being that it is created electronically rather than physically. e-signature is a data that consists of certain characters, letters or symbols and overlaps with the identity of the signing party, instead of having a single form like a wet signature. There are 2 ways to get e-signature, one of them is Individual and the other is corporate.

How can electronic signature applications be made from e-government?
How can electronic signature applications be made from e-government?

Individual e-signature application

Documents required for individual e-signature application:

  • Qualified Electronic Certificate application form with undertaking
  • The original of a document that can be used officially, such as an identity card or driver's license containing the TR identity number of the applicant

Corporate e-signature application

Documents required for corporate e-signature application:

  • Qualified Electronic Certificate application form with undertaking
  • A copy of the signature circular
  • The original of a document that can be used officially, such as an identity card or driver's license containing the TR identity number of the applicant
  • The original of an activity document obtained from the Trade Registry Office within the last six months

Where is e-signature used?

  • e-Invoice program / e-Archive invoice program and e-SMM program applications
  • In cases where you need to sign in bulk
  • In cases where you need to sign an electronic archive
  • When needed for inter-institutional communication
  • In case of need in in-house applications
  • During the ordering process during communication with the dealers
  • In corporate transactions that require approval such as permission, performance, overtime, expense approval forms related to personnel
  • Personnel service contract and other contracts
  • Situations where administrative decisions such as the Board of Shareholders, the General Assembly and the Board of Directors must be signed
  • In sending bank orders
  • During foreign trade and customs affairs
  • Central Registry Agency e-Company application transactions
  • e-Government application usage
  • In the use of the Registered E-Mail system
  • In public projects that require the use of e-signatures such as EKAP, Ministry of Industry, UYAP
  • During the commercial registry transactions related to the MERSIS project
  • Within the Turkish Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices National Data Bank
  • In other areas where wet signature is required

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