Through Resolution Ex. SII No. 105, the Subdirection of Strategy Management and Tax Studies, belonging to the Internal Revenue Service, approved the creation of the agreement for the provision of consultation services on the status of validity of identity documents between the Civil Registration and Identification Service and the Internal Revenue Service.
1. Regulation’s purpose
Through the aforementioned agreement, the SII (Servicio de Impuestos Internos – Internal Revenue Service) will be authorized to access the service of Consultation on the Status of Validity of Identity Documents under the online web service modality through a host to host connection and web services, during twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week to incorporate new control measures to ensure the identity of taxpayers requesting a secret code through the Internet, particularly the web page SII.
2. Verification Requirements
As indicated, to access information on the Status of Validity of Identity Documents, i. e., on an Identity Card or Passport, the SII must provide the following information:
- RUT (Registro Único Tributario – Single Tax Registration) of EL SII.
- DV (Dígito Verificador – Check Digit) RUT de EL SII.
- Code Type of Document:
- ID Card.
- RUN (Rol Único Nacional – Unique National Role) plus:
- Serial number in the case of Cedula or;
- Booklet number in the case of Passport.
3. Document State
After consulting the SII, the service will provide the following information:
- Validity Indicator.
- Document Block Indicator.
- Due Date.
4. Control and compliance
On the other hand, as regards control, the SII will appoint a Data Protection Officer from among its staff, who will be responsible for ensuring the proper processing and safeguarding of the information, generating a mandatory security document containing the technical and organizational measures for the processing of information under current regulations.
5. Validity and Duration
The agreement in question shall enter into force as of the date of full processing of the administrative act approving it and shall have a term of one (1) year, which shall be automatically renewed for equal and successive periods, for a maximum of four (4) periods, unless one of the parties expresses to the other its will to terminate the agreement through a notice to the National Director of the SII or the National Director of the service, as applicable.