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 Country  Name of the scheme  Name of the eID means  Notification status  IdP     Natural person Legal person        
  Combination of eIDAS attributes that ensures unique identification, in case the unique identifier is not persistent over time or a person can have several such identifierseIDAS MDS (Mandatory)   eIDAS MDS (Optional)    Additional (not eIDAS MDS)Combination of eIDAS attributes that ensures unique identification, in case the unique identifier is not persistent over time or a person can have several such identifierseIDAS MDS (Mandatory)   eIDAS MDS (Optional)
Current Family Name(s) Current First Name(s) Date of BirthUniqueness IdentifierFirst name(s) and family name(s) at birthPlace of BirthCurrent AddressGenderNationalityPassport NumberEmail AddressMobile Phone NumberOtherCurrent legal nameA unique identifier as persistent as possible in timeCurrent address VAT registration number Tax reference numberThe identifier related to Article 3(1) of Directive 2009/101/EC of the European Parliament and of the CouncilLegal Entity Identifier (LEI) referred to in Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1247/2012Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) referred to in Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1352/2013Excise number provided in Article 2(12) of Council Regulation (EC) No 389/201

Belgium

Belgian eID Scheme FAS / eCards

Belgian Citizen eCard

Foreigner eCard

Scheme

Status

Belgium
NOTIFIED


XXXDerived from the National Register Number

X
X














BelgiumBelgian eID Scheme FAS / Itsme®

itsme® mobile App


Scheme

Status

Belgium
NOTIFIED


XXXDerived from the National Register Number

X

(possible with user consent)


X

(possible with user consent)
















CroatiaNational Identification and Authentication System (NIAS)Personal Identity Card (eOI)

Scheme

Status

Croatia
NOTIFIED


XXXDerived from Personal Identification Number


X

(Only Family Name)

XXX














Czech RepublicNational identification scheme of the Czech Republic

CZ eID card

Scheme

Status

Czech Republic
NOTIFIED


XXXDerived from Person Identifier Number

X


X





X


X


  • Country Code Of Birth
  • Age
  • ID Type
  • ID Number










DenmarkNemID
  • Key card (OTP)
  • Mobile app
  • Key token (OTP)
  • NemID hardware
  • Interactive Voice/Response (OTP)
  • Magna key card (OTP)

Scheme

Status

Denmark
NOTIFIED


XXX

Derived from DK’s unique PID number


X

X (Only for residents in DK)

X














Estonia
  • ID card
  • RP card
  • Digi-ID
  • e-Residency Digi-ID
  • Mobiil-ID
  • Diplomatic identity card

Scheme

Status

Estonia
NOTIFIED


XXXEstonian personal identification code

Found only on ID card and RP card
Found only on ID card and RP cardFound only on ID card and RP card













GermanyGerman eID based on Extended Access Control

National Identity Card

Electronic Residence Permit

Scheme

Status

Germany

NOTIFIED


Family name (or Birth name, if present on eID card), First name, Place of birth, Date of birth.XXXPseudonym

X

XX















ItalyItalian eID based on National ID card (CIE)Italian eID card (Carta di Identità elettronica)

Scheme

Status

Italy - eID
NOTIFIED


XXXDerived from Tax Code



















ItalySPID – Public System of Digital Identity

SPID eID means provided by:

  • Aruba PEC SpA
  • Namirial SpA
  • InfoCert SpA
  • In.Te.S.A. SpA
  • Poste Italiane SpA
  • Register.it SpA
  • Sielte SpA
  • Telecom Italia Trust Technologies S.r.l.

Scheme

Status

Italy - SPID

NOTIFIED



XXXDerived from SPID Code

X

(Only Family Name)

XXX
XX

Tax identifier for the Italian citizens

More information











LatviaLatvian eID scheme (eID)
  • eID karte
  • eParaksts karte
  • eParaksts karte+
  • eParaksts

Scheme

Status

Latvia


NOTIFIED





XXX

Constructed as "LV/ [personal identification code]". Virtual personal identification code, starting with characters "38" is assigned to authenticated foreigners on base of received unique identifier





















 LithuaniaNational eID (ATK) electronic identification scheme

Lithuanian ATK card

SchemeStatus       
Lithuania
NOTIFIED





XXXPersonal ID number


X














LuxembourgLuxembourg national identity card (eID card)Luxembourg eID card

Scheme

Status

Luxembourg

NOTIFIED



XXXDerived from Luxembourg’s national identifier number

X

X

(Only for citizens residing in Luxembourg)

X














NetherlandsTrust Framework for Electronic Identification (Afsprakenstelsel Elektronische Toegangsdiensten)

Means issued under eHerkenning (for businesses)

Scheme

Status

The Netherlands
NOTIFIED

















XDerived from Burgerservicenummer (BSN) (Citizen Service Number)XXX
XXX
Netherlands DigiD DigiD
SchemeStatus       
The Netherlands
NOTIFIED





X Derived from Burgerservicenummer (BSN) (Citizen Service Number) X














Portugal

Cartão de Cidadão

Portuguese national identity card (eID card)

Scheme

Status

Portugal - Cartão de Cidadão

NOTIFIED



XXXDerived from Civil Identification Number


XX

X

(if authorized by citizen)















PortugalChave Móvel Digital

Digital Mobile Key



XXXDerived from Civil Identification Number


XX

X

(if authorized by citizen)















SlovakiaNational identity scheme of the Slovak Republic

Slovak Citizen eCard

Foreigner eCard

Scheme

Status

Slovakia

NOTIFIED



XXX
X (Last name at birth)XX

X

(in the future)















Spain
Spanish ID card (DNIe)

Scheme

Status

Spain

NOTIFIED



XXXDerived from National Identity Document Number



















United KingdomGOV.UK Verify

GOV.UK Verify eID means provided by:

  • Barclays
  • Experian
  • Post Office
  • SecureIdentity
  • Digidentity

Scheme

Status

The United Kingdom

NOTIFIED



XXXDerived from an Identity Provider






















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4 Comments

  1. Hi everyone!

    Thank you for the overview. I hope you'll keep it up to date.
    Nevertheless I found a few mistakes with the German eID:

    The German eID just contains the family name at birth. It's not a joint attribute of family and first name.

    Furthermore the Electronic Residence Permit stored different attributes:

    Exclusivley on National identity card (nPA):

    • Nom de plume / religious name (optional) and
    • Family name at birth (optional).

    Exclusively on Electronic Residence Permit (eAT):

    • Nationality and
    • Gender.


    Best regards!

  2. Hi,

    please note that the data listed here are not what is available from the national eID schemes nationally, but the mapping to the eIDAS Minimum Data Set as used in eIDAS.

    The data 'nom de plume', nationality and gender, although available nationally, are not transmitted as part of the eIDAS MDS.

    In respect to the "name at birth", in my view the table is a bit misleading. The eIDAS MDS itself contains only one data element for "name at birth", and this comprises according to the relevant Implementing Act on interoperability and the Technical Specifications the complete name at birth, i.e. first and family name.

    You are right, that the German eID scheme only contains the family name at birth (this is actually present in both card, the ID card and the residence permit). But the first name is stable, i.e. the "first name" is actually the "first name at birth". For eIDAS purposes, the German eIDAS middleware concatenates the "first name" and the "family name at birth" to yield the "name at birth" as defined by eIDAS.

    Hope this clarifies a bit,

    Best

    Jens

  3. Hi,

    what is the role of Additional block? In particular, I'd like to receive nationality of the user as an attribute to be able to implement access filter (different use cases, sponsored national services and limited access due to sanctions). What would be the option for getting that data?

  4. Is there any document that can provide the different derivation from national ID that conform the Uniqueness Identifier for the different schema? So, how is it possible calculated the Uniqueness Identifier sent by different schema from the national ID?