This article walks users through a verification mechanism on the IremboGov website, ensuring identity confirmation and proper delegation of access rights to personal data. This feature is designed to enhance the security of the applicant's data and privacy.
Verifying User Identity
When the applicant is not logged in to the Irembo accounts:
When applying outside a citizen's account, if the applicant is prompted to input the national ID or citizen application number, the system will present one of the following questions in a randomized format. It will then verify if the inputs align with the information provided by NIDA:
The date of birth of the ID/ child ID owner. The inputted date will be in DD/MM/YYYY format, or
One of the names of the child.
The system will verify if it matches with either "last name" or "first name" from NIDA.
When an applicant is logged into their Irembo account, requesting the service that requires them to input multiple national ID or citizen application numbers.
For certain services, such as marriage records and marriage declarations, users may need to provide multiple national ID or citizen application numbers, depending on the context. This implies that even when logged into the account, the applicant will be required to fill in the spouse’s details, necessitating verification.
These details will be asked for interchangeably
If the user provides the right information, the system will show the fetched information. If the provided information is wrong, they won’t be able to proceed.