China News Service, Beijing, September 16 (Reporter Wu Kan) "If the ID card of a friend overseas has expired, you can ask a close relative in the country to do it. I have successfully changed the card. It is very convenient!" The circle shared the experience of entrusting parents in China to replace their ID cards.
In recent times, many overseas Chinese, like Yang Hui, who are troubled by the expiration of domestic resident ID cards, have successfully replaced their ID cards with the help of their family members. Those who are unable to return to the country can entrust their close relatives in China to go through the procedures for renewing their resident ID cards on their behalf.
"My ID card has expired for more than a year, domestic bank cards have been frozen, and some functions of Alipay and WeChat are also restricted. It is a headache to not be able to go back to China for processing." Yang Hui said that after the introduction of the new policy, his parents went to the local police station at the end of August. The agent prepared the power of attorney and other materials. The police confirmed the information by video connection with me at the scene. The ID card was obtained after a week. The whole process is simple and efficient.
For overseas Chinese, it is very troublesome to go back to China to handle matters involving household registration, real estate, mediation, and litigation. International travel is restricted under the epidemic, and it is even more difficult to handle these matters.
Relevant domestic departments have successively launched convenient measures to help overseas Chinese to do business remotely with "zero errands".
"I have a domestic property that needs to be commissioned notarization, using the remote video notarization service, adding the official WeChat account, and the process is completed in ten minutes." Mr. Chen, who lives in the United States, recently completed the application through the remote notarization WeChat platform of the Guangzhou Notary Office. The platform was launched in May of this year. It has functions such as interactive review, video certification, and online signing of notarization documents, which not only meets the needs of overseas Chinese, but also guarantees the rigor of notarization procedures.
As Zhejiang, Fujian, Yunnan and other places apply the "Internet+" technology to the handling of disputes involving overseas Chinese, it has become a thing of the past that the person must be present to handle disputes.
A few days ago, Zhejiang Qingtian People’s Court conducted a transnational mediation on a traffic accident through the Zhejiang Mobile Micro Court platform. The plaintiffs Ye Moujun and Ye Mouping were in Spain and Italy respectively, and the defendants in China "appeared in court at the same time as the defendants in China," and the amount of compensation was settled. The dispute part in China went through a two-hour cross-border mediation, and finally reached a judicial mediation agreement.
Regarding real estate registration, household registration certificates, driving license replacement, and other daily business operations that overseas Chinese have to handle, many regions have also introduced the "can be exempted, can be replaced, can be replaced, and can be online is online".
Wenzhou, Zhejiang’s “Global Service” platform for overseas Chinese has upgraded its services during the epidemic. It currently covers 118 matters in three areas: government affairs, justice, and letters and visits. It has also set up 16 overseas service points in 14 cities including France and Germany; Fuzhou, Fujian this year The "Qiaohaitong" cross-border video service center and the "Rongjing Online" Huiqiao service platform were opened to help overseas Chinese to handle various businesses remotely.
According to Chen Yiping, deputy dean of the Institute of Overseas Chinese and Overseas Chinese at Jinan University, overseas Chinese are facing many practical difficulties during the epidemic. Relevant departments apply Internet technologies such as identity recognition, personal identification, paperless transmission, etc. to the handling of cross-border overseas Chinese affairs. , Actively responded to the demands of overseas Chinese and brought them tangible convenience.
"With the development of Internet technology, relevant departments are increasingly relying on new platforms to build bridges. Overseas Chinese can do things without returning to their country. Services for overseas Chinese tend to be networked and precise." Chen Yiping said, in addition to these measures. The departmental barriers and business division have been broken, and the overseas Chinese affairs, courts, public security and other departments have all done a good job in serving overseas Chinese.
He said that the application of "Internet +" technology to the handling of overseas Chinese affairs is still in its infancy, and relevant departments need to further understand and investigate the demands of overseas Chinese, introduce more convenient measures, further optimize the network service platform, and enhance the platform's Safety, professionalism and convenience provide more personalized and efficient services for overseas Chinese.