In order to enable national and local authorities to provide the necessary services to citizens and economic operators promptly, personal data shall be stored in the national information systems. Any citizen can find out, free of charge, what information is available to the State. In many national and municipal systems, it is possible to see information about itself electronically. This option can be easily used both when you need to see certain details, such as which pets are registered on a person's behalf and simply curious to check, for example, whether the national data is inaccurate.
The description “My data in the national registers” summarises electronic services for data viewing which may be relevant in different life situations, but this description does not include all possible e-services for a particular life situation. For example, only a portion of the e-services providing pension information is collected here.
One of the most important national databases is Register of natural persons established as a single national population accounting system.
The registry manager is the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs (OCMA).