Your digital identity in your mobile phone

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What is Mobile ID?

Having your digital identity in your mobile phone lets you identify yourself and digitally sign documents in a safe, easy and legal manner. It is a new way to access your City Council services from your mobile phone.

What is it for?

It identifies you and enables you to digitally sign documents safely with your mobile phone.
It allows you to process your affairs in person, by telephone and electronically in an easy, fast and mobile way.
The digital certificate lets you have access to a confidential digital environment.
With absolute legality and the security that your affairs with Public Administrations require.

How to get it?

It is as easy as installing the Mobile ID App, which can be found in Google Play or the App Store.

Download the mobile ID App to your mobile phone and type in your data to register.
Visit your City Council to identify yourself.*
*Check the website of each City Council to see if you need to arrange an appointment to do this.

Once you have registered electronically, all you have to do is to go to any Citizen’s Information Office (OAC) in person with your National Identity Card or passport and your mobile phone to link your identity to your mobile number. This will accredit you and enable you to carry out all their services. If you already have a digital certificate you can do all of this on line.

Prominent services where Mobile ID can be used

Works: File – Consult state

Works: File – Consult state

Access documentation, official paperwork, licences or communiques in a construction works process

Municipal census – Ask census document

Municipal census – Ask census document

Consultation and application for legal registration certificate to be sent to you by post

Payment- Taxes and fines payment

Payment- Taxes and fines payment

Pay fines and taxes with your credit card

Citizen folder – My folder

Citizen folder – My folder

Request, modify or cancel an appointment with any City Council office or organism