Bulgarian Institutions will require less Documents after Amends to the Current Law

After the implication of amends to 60 Bulgarian laws, institutions in the country will require fewer documents, as they will have to rely on their own database and communication between institutions.

The process of digitizing of information is going smoothly in Bulgarian intuitions. That is why, from mid-2018 Bulgarian citizen will be required to present fewer documents before various institutions. Among these documents are a certificate of marital status, document for lack of obligations towards the state and ten other documents. To gain the needed information, institutions will have to either rely on their own records, or on internal communication with their colleagues from other departments.

Even though, these changes are now officially introduced, many Bulgarian municipalities have already established them to some extent. Troyan is considered a prime example, where the introduction of digital systems has brought ease to administrative workers and citizen alike. For some time, citizens are not required documents which the municipality already has. When information from the National Revenue Agency or the National Insurance Institute is needed it is directly checked through the available electronic systems.

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Bozhidar Lazarov

Bozhidar Lazarov is a freelance writer, hobbyist programmer and an aspired novelist. Feel free to follow him on https://www.minds.com/seriousways for his latest articles and personal projects.

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