In Guatemala, each adult is issued an ID document from the municipality where they live. I'm not sure if they have to get a new one when they move (this doesn't happen too frequently). So, because we are now residents of Guatemala, part of the process is getting a Cédula de Vecindad. The information contained therein is
They spelled Amber's mom's name wrong on hers.
photo of serious b/w me me right thumb print me autograph me wife's name me ma's name me pa's name me skin, hair, eye colours whether me hair is straight or curly me height me date of birth me birthplace capabilities of being able to read and write me military history
I was very pleased with the efficiency of the Tactic Municipal bureaucracy. We got our cedula's issued in one day (after a week of getting our residency certificates done up (extensive 4 page legal document for each of us). I asked the woman who does them up how many she made today. Three. I guess they aren't too busy.