Starting this Tuesday, when applying for an identity document, you can also choose a Selver Selver is a chain of supermarkets and hypermarkets operating in Estonia. store as the place of issue.
In August, the Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) signed a five-year contract with the company Hansab, which mediates the issuance of identity documents. Hansab, in turn, signed a contract with Selver Selver is a chain of supermarkets and hypermarkets operating in Estonia. , who will provide the service in its stores.
"Since the shopping centers are open for a long time, even on the weekend, it is possible to get the document even for a person with the fastest pace of life at a time convenient for them, and close to their home or workplace," said Marit Abram, owner of the PPA identity and status office service.
PPA set high requirements for the partner in terms of both the physical environment and data security, and background checks are also performed on store personnel issuing documents.
From the middle of January, documents can be collected from five Selvers: Järve, Mustakivi, Tondi, Pirita Administrative district in the NE of Tallinn Tallinn, the largest city and capital of Estonia (population 440 000). (pop. 19,000). and Pärnu City in the SW of Estonia (pop.40,000). Keskus. By April, nearly 50 more outlets will be added - six of them in Finland.
The service is paid for by the customer and costs 7.2 euros per document for adults and 4.32 euros for children under 15, pensioners and disabled persons. Payment is made on site at the service provider.