Data recording services for e-ID card through jemput bola (officers to take the initiative to visit residents) to all private and public senior high and vocational schools in North Jakarta will be intensified.
" Seeing this data, the service will be intensified in each schools"
Erik Polim, Head of North Jakarta Population and Civil Registration Sub-Department said that around 4,842 people have no e-ID card.
"Seeing this data, the service will be intensified in each schools," he expressed, Thursday (1/10).
To get the card, each student is expected to bring family card and birth certificate. As for residents who have not yet done recording, he continues to coordinate with RT, RW and community leaders.
On the other hand, Civil Registration Section Head, Sri Supriantoro added that it has been ongoing since Tuesday (1/8) and will end in the upcoming March.