BONSERNEWS.com – Upload a screenshot of the family card (KK) that must be laminated first so that it becomes an original document and is not seen as a photocopy by many on social media.
The upload was made by the Twitter account @tanyarl.
In his upload, it was stated that when the uploader wanted to take care of letters in the village, he was asked to provide a family card.
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The uploader then provides a digital KK that has been printed.
However, the employee said the KK was a photocopy because it was not laminated.
“Laminataing Letter = original? Are you like that too, OK?” asked the uploader.
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“Really digital letters must be laminated first so they become “original” Seriously Ask,” he added.
Until last Monday (17/7/2023) afternoon. The upload has been viewed 664,000 times and received more than 1,000 comments from netizens.
When confirmed, the Director General of Population and Civil Registration (Dukcapil) of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Teguh Setyabudi, denied that important documents such as KKs had to be laminated to prove their authenticity.
“No (no need to be laminated),” he said. Teguh conveyed that KK does not need to be laminated because currently the document already has a QR barcode.
According to him, digital KK can be printed via barcode and directly used for the purposes concerned.
“Moreover, now KK already has a QR barcode, so it’s not a problem if it’s not laminated,” he said.()