In early days up to World War 1, the only means of a person’s identification was his/her passport. After some time, countries issued identification documents to verify a person’s identity. The document contains legal and authentic information about its beholder. Advancements were made and in 1876, the need of adding personal photograph into identity documents which include all samples of passports, ID documents and driver licenses were made compulsory.
These were also referred to as photo IDs and with the passage of time, many countries adopted this method of person’s identification. However, the accurate size and shape of cards were later standardized by ISO/IEC in 1985.
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In 2016, the Japanese Government announced that each resident would have a personal Japanese Id Card number which can be associated to a plastic card upon the citizen’s request. Each time a resident relocates to a new address, City Halls across the country would print the new address on the My Number Card. Today, over 200 City Halls in Japan use an Evolis card printer to print citizens’ new addresses when they move.
Substituting to some extent for a national ID card, which is not mandatory in Japan, My Number Card enables the Japanese Government to identify residents and to simplify administrative procedures. When a citizen relocates, the card has to be updated with the new address. Writing space for the new address on My Number Card is limited, and if civil servants hand write the addresses, it can be time consuming and inevitably leads to errors. Since handwriting is not reliable enough for official identification, a uniform and consistent writing method was necessary.