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Liechtenstein identity card - Wikipedia


The Liechtenstein identity card (in German: Identitätskarte Liechtenstein) is issued to Liechtenstein citizens by the Immigration and Passport Office in Vaduz.

Liechtenstein identity card - Topics

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The Liechtenstein identity card (in German : Identitätskarte Liechtenstein) is issued to Liechtenstein citizens by the Immigration and Passport Office in Vaduz .

Liechtenstein – Consular services - EDA - Admin.ch


Jul 20, 2016 ... Loss or Theft of a Liechtenstein Passport / Identity Card ... Declaration of loss of a Swiss or Liechtenstein identity document (PDF, Number of ...

Travel documents for EU nationals - Liechtenstein - Europa


Nov 18, 2015 ... Travel documents for EU nationals – Liechtenstein. Choose ... for citizens of the European Economic Area and Switzerland, their identity card).

Liechtenstein - OECD

www.oecd.org/tax/automatic-exchange/crs-implementation-and-assistance/tax-identification-numbers/LIECHTENSTEIN TIN.pdf

In Liechtenstein the domestic correspondent to the TIN is referred to as the “PEID Nummer”, which is ... the Liechtenstein national domestic identification cards.

Consular matters - Regierung des Fürstentums Liechtenstein


Since 1 July 2013, besides the Migration and Passport Office in Vaduz, Liechtenstein passports and identity cards can be applied only at Swiss representations ...

Consular matters - Regierung des Fürstentums Liechtenstein


Liechtenstein citizens living in Switzerland have to apply for a passport at the ... in Switzerland may contact the Embassy in Berne for all Identity Card issues.

CETS 025 - Annex to the European Agreement on Regulations ...


Germany – Greece – Hungary – Italy – Liechtenstein – Luxembourg ... Official identity card issued to a Belgian national, having the force of an immatriculation.

Statewatch Briefing ID Cards in the EU: Current state of play


called “Mixed Committee” that is part of Schengen (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and ... concerning electronic identity cards” (see EU doc no: 5299/1/10 [1]).

Citizens of the EU, Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland


All that is required for entry is a valid passport or national identity card. There are no limits to your access to employment and self-employment in Germany.