The Bulgarian identity card (Bulgarian: лична карта, lichna karta, literal translation: 'personal card') is a compulsory identity document issued in Bulgaria. The document is issued by the police on behalf of the Ministry of Interior and is the main form of identification on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria. All Bulgarians are obliged by law to carry their identity cards with them at all times and are subject to fines should they not.

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  • The Bulgarian identity card (Bulgarian: лична карта, lichna karta, literal translation: 'personal card') is a compulsory identity document issued in Bulgaria. The document is issued by the police on behalf of the Ministry of Interior and is the main form of identification on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria. All Bulgarians are obliged by law to carry their identity cards with them at all times and are subject to fines should they not. Since 1 January 2007, the Bulgarian identity card can be used for travel within Europe (except Belarus, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine) instead of a Bulgarian passport as well as to Danish and French overseas territories, Georgia and on organized tours to Jordan (through Aqaba airport) (en)
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  • The Bulgarian identity card (Bulgarian: лична карта, lichna karta, literal translation: 'personal card') is a compulsory identity document issued in Bulgaria. The document is issued by the police on behalf of the Ministry of Interior and is the main form of identification on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria. All Bulgarians are obliged by law to carry their identity cards with them at all times and are subject to fines should they not. (en)
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  • Bulgarian identity card (en)
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