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  • ANNEX 20

    SPECIMEN OF CARDS ISSUED BY FOREIGN MINISTRIES OF THE MEMBER

    STATES

    BELGIUM

    * Carte didentit diplomatique (carte D)

    Diplomatieke identiteitskaart (D kaart)

    Diplomatischer Personalausweis (D Karte)

    (Diplomats Identity Card D card)

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

    issued as from 02.12.2013

  • * Carte didentit consulaire (carte C)

    Consulaat identiteitskaart (C kaart)

    Konsularer Personalausweis (C Karte)

    (Consular Identity Card C card)

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

  • issued as from 02.12.2013

  • Carte didentit spciale couleur bleue (carte P), dlivre avant et aprs le 01.02.2012

    Bijzondere identiteitskaart blauw (P kaart), uitgereikt vr en na 01.02.2012

    Besonderer Personalausweis blau (P Karte), ausgestellt vor und nach dem 01.02.2012

    (Special Identity Card blue in colour P card), issued before and after 01.02.2012

    Before 01.02.2012

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

  • After 01.02.2012

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

  • issued as from 02.12.2013

  • Carte didentit spciale couleur rouge (carte S)

    Bijzondere identiteitskaart rood (S kaart)

    Besonderer Personalausweis rot (S Karte)

    (Special Identity Card red in colour S card)

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

  • issued as from 02.12.2013

  • * Document didentit E pour les enfants gs de moins de 5 ans des trangers privilgis

    titulaires dune carte didentit diplomatique, dune carte didentit consulaire, dune carte

    didentit spciale couleur bleue ou dune carte didentit spciale - couleur rouge

    Identiteitsbewijs E voor kinderen, die de leeftijd van vijf jaar nog niet hebben bereikt, van een

    bevoorrecht vreemdeling dewelke houder is van een diplomatieke identiteitskaart, consulaire

    identiteitskaart, bijzondere identiteitskaart, blauw of bijzondere identiteitskaart rood

    Identittsdokument E fr Kinder unter fnf Jahren, fr privilegierte Auslnder, die Inhaber

    eines diplomatischen Personalausweises sind, konsalrer Personalausweis, besonderer

    Personalausweis rot oder besonderer Personalausweis blau.

    (Identity document E for children, under the age of five, of aliens who are holders of

    diplomatic identity cards, consular identity cards, blue special identity cards or red special

    identity cards)

    remain valid till expiry date

    Front Back

  • issued as from 02.12.2013

  • BULGARIA

    Identity cards issued to staff working at embassies or consulates on the territory of the

    Republic of Bulgaria are as follows:

    1. Diplomatic cards are issued only to members of the diplomatic staff of the foreign

    missions and to members of their families who are between the age of 14 and 21;

    2. Consular cards are issued to diplomatic staff of consular representations and to

    members of their families who are between the age of 14 and 21;

  • 3. Cards of members of the administrative and technical staff are issued to members

    of the administrative and technical staff of the embassy/consulate and to members

    of their families between the age of 14 and 21;

    4. Cards of the service staff are issued to the relevant category of persons and to

    members of their families who are between the age of 14 and 21.

  • Members of the family are the persons who are part of the household of the official, as

    follows:

    husband/wife, unmarried children of up to 21 years of age who live permanently with their parents, unmarried children between the age of 21 and 26 who live permanently with their

    parents and are university students in Bulgaria. They are issued an ID card annually

    upon submitting a document by the university certifying that they are registered as

    students for the new academic year,

    disabled unmarried children above the age of 21 who live permanently with their parents and are in need of their care, which is confirmed by a medical cerificate.

    Data included in the identity cards:

    title and number of the card, photograph, names of the holder, sex, nationality, date of birth, diplomatic or consular mission, rank of the holder (only for the diplomatic cards), official function (for the other three types of cards), signature of the holder, issuing authority, date of issue, date of expiry, signature of the Director of the State Protocol.

  • CROATIA

    Special ID cards

    Type A - Diplomatic Staff and their family members

    Front

    Back

    Colour red

  • Type B - Heads and Deputy Heads of International Organizations and their family

    members

    Front

    Back

    Colour green

  • Type C - Consular Officers and their family members

    Front

    Back

    Colour blue

  • Type D - Administrative and technicall staff and their family members

    Front

    Back

    Colour - cyan

  • Type E - Members od the service staff and their family members

    Front

    Back

    Colour magenta

  • Type F - Honorary Consuls

    Front

    Back

    Colour yellow

  • Type G - Special experts and their family members

    Front

    Back

    Colour orange

  • Type H - foregin family members, houshold members and private service staff of the

    member or Head of Mission or Consular Office

    Front

    Back

    Colour purple

  • Type I - Croatian nationals Heads and Deputies Heads of International Organisations

    Front

    Back

    Colour brown

  • CZECH REPUBLIC

    ID cards are issued to privileged persons of diplomatic and consular authorities and

    international organisations, and their family members in the Czech Republic. The status of the

    privileged person is indicated on the ID card as a code.

    The following codes are used:

    Embassies

    STATUS CODE

    diplomatic staff D

    technical and administrative staff ATP

    service staff SP

    private domestic staff SSO

    Consulates

    STATUS CODE

    consular staff K

    technical and administrative staff KZ

    service staff SP/K

    private domestic staff SP/K

    Honorary consulates

    STATUS CODE

    honorary consul HK

    International organisations in the Czech Republic

    STATUS CODE

    staff treated as diplomatic staff MO/D

    official staff MO

    technical and administrative staff MO/ATP

    The ID card is a paper card laminated in foil (105 x 74 mm). On the front it bears a

    photograph of the holder and states his/her name, nationality, date of birth, sex, function,

    address and the date of expiry of the ID card. On the back it states that the ID card is an

    official document and a proof of identity, valid only in the Czech Republic.

    FRONT

  • BACK

  • DENMARK

    Stickers:

    Sticker E (pink/white sticker) Diplomatisk visering/Diplomatic Residence Permit

    issued to accredited diplomats and their family members, and to staff of international

    organisations in Denmark of equivalent rank. Valid for stay and multiple entries, so

    long as the individual remains diplomatically accredited in Copenhagen.

  • Sticker F (pink/ white sticker). Opholdstilladelse/Residence Permit issued to

    technical/administrative staff in post and to their family members, and to diplomats'

    household staff holding service passports from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country

    of origin. Also issued to staff of international organisations in Denmark of equivalent rank.

    Valid for stay and multiple entries, for as long as the posting lasts.

  • Sticker S (pink/white sticker)(combined with sticker E or F). Residence permit for accompanying close relatives if included in the passport.

  • Identity cards

    Red cards:

    R-nr. = identity card number

    D-nr. = diplomat's identity number

    I-nr. = identity number for the highest ranking officials of international

    organisations

  • Green cards:

    G-nr. = identity card number

    T-nr. = identity number for the technical/administrative staff of an Embassy

    I-nr. = identity number for the technical/administrative staff of an international

    organisation

  • White cards:

    H-nr. = identity card number

    L-nr. = identity number for locally employed staff at Embassies

    I-nr. = identity number for locally employed staff of international

    organisations

    S-nr. = identity number for service staff (drivers, household staff, etc.)

  • It should be noted that the identity cards issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to foreign

    diplomats, technical/administrative staff, domestic staff, etc., do not give entitlement to entry

    without a visa, since these identity cards are not proof of possession of a Danish residence

    permit.

  • G E R M A N Y

    1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Protocol Section) issues the following ID cards to

    diplomatic staff on request:

    (a) Red diplomatic ID cards These ID cards are issued to diplomats and family members making up their respective

    households;

  • (b) Blue ID cards

    These ID cards are issued to technical and administrative staff and depa

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