The Minister council has agreed this Tuesday to extend for one year the validity of the National Identity Documents (DNI) that expire from the entry into force of the state of alarm last Saturday, March 14.
This measure is included in the Royal Decree-Law of extraordinary urgent measures to face the economic and social impact of the coronavirus, approved this Tuesday in the Council of Ministers.
“It is extended for one year, until the thirteenth day of March, two thousand and twenty-one, the validity of the document identity card for the elderly holding a document that expires from the date of entry into force of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the situation of health crisis caused by COVID-19 “, states the legal text.
It is also indicated that “the extension of the validity of the national identity document will allow them to be renewed, in accordance with the current procedure, the recognized certificates incorporated to the same for the same period “.
On March 14, the General Directorate of Police reported that the issuance of documents and the previous appointment except for duly justified reasons of urgency.
Likewise, previous appointments already arranged so far are canceled. The documentation offices will only attend to the issuance of documents for duly justified reasons of urgency. Once normality is restored, all affected citizens must make an appointment again.