The Santa Luzia neighborhood, in the south of Manaus, receives on Saturday (29/02), the project "CAP Moving". Developed by the Government of Amazonas, through the Secretary of State for Justice, Human Rights and Citizenship (Sejusc), the action will lead to the issuing service population of Identity Card (RG), 1st and 2nd paths, and the 2nd copy of a birth certificate.
The work will be conducted from 8 am to noon, in the Parish of Santa Luzia, located on St. George Street, 70. altogether, They are distributed 100 passwords for 1st copy of the RG; 100 means for 2nd; e 50 for 2nd copy of a birth certificate.
According to the holder of Sejusc, Caroline Braz, the project objective is to decentralize the services and facilitate access to citizens. "We take our teams to the house of the people to document issuance and, like this, facilitate the life of citizens. Our proposal is to expand the service back to this public, working with effective public policies ", the secretary said.
"It is a determination of the governor Wilson Lima approximation of state departments of communities, and the project 'Moving PAC' has been touring the cities of the interior and neighborhoods of the capital ", he added.
Necessary documents - To order the first copy of identity, We need to present a birth certificate or marriage, three photos 3 × 4 and proof of address. As for the second route, It is necessary to take two photos 3 × 4, marriage certificate or birth and proof of address.
If the applicant is minor 18 years, It must be accompanied parents, grandparents or guardians legal. To issue birth certificate of the 2nd life, must submit a copy of the document or ID card.
Project Origin - The "PAC in Motion" debuted in February 2019, the municipality of Novo Airão (distant 115 kilometers from Manaus). The project went through Manaus and several municipalities, as Autazes, Manacapuru, Presidente Figueiredo, Tabatinga, Benjamin Constant, São Gabriel da Cachoeira, Manacapuru and Itacoatiara in more than 100 itinerant actions, and served more than 53 thousand people.