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NID Card

The National Identification Card is a license type document all citizens of the Union of Everett have been issued, similar to that of state issued IDs or driver's licenses. These cards will be used when a citizen re-enters the country from foriegn soil like a passport or to purchase a firearm. The card can also be used to purchase alcohol or tobacco, purchasing airline flights or used to show anyone who demands it as identification such as to law enforcement. These cards contain the person's full legal name, date of birth, current address and photo. On the back of the card will be the person's fingerprint, blood type, donor status and highest criminal record number level, zero meaning no criminal record. To combat counterfeiting, a green colored wave design, official seal and electronic swipe strip were added to the card. These cards are reissued at no cost every five years and can be updated should the person move to a new location, change their name, signature, photo, organ donor status or criminal level at a cost of $10.00. NID certificates are issued at birth. Cards are issued to persons upon reaching age 15 and are required to be carried. Those under 15 do not possess the NID card.


  • Passport/International Travel
  • Purchasing of Firearms
  • Purchasing of Alcohol
  • Purchasing of Tobacco
  • Upon Law Enforcement Demand
  • Age Verification
  • Purchasing Airline Tickets
  • Submitting Court Documents/Legal Papers
  • Vital Hospital Information/Identification
  • Criminal Background Checks



  • Full Legal Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Current Address
  • Photo
  • NID Code
  • Anti-Counterfeit Green Coloring Wave Design
  • Issue Date
  • Expiry Date
  • Signature


  • Electronic Swipe Strip
  • Finger Print
  • Blood Type
  • Organ Donor Status
  • Gender
  • Criminal Level

STD & Disease Warning[]

The back side of an NID Card featuring biohazard warning.

Although controversial, some cards feature, in the place of an organ donor symbol and status, a Centers for Disease Control warning code, registering a person as infected with an incurable biohazard. Federal law requires those infected with hazardous diseases be registered as infected to prevent spread of the contagion. Biohazard codes depict a red biohazard symbol instead of an organ donor heart symbol followed by one or more of the following codes:

  • CDC-HSV1
  • CDC-HSV2