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(a) An individual who wishes to have the department verify that individual's electronic signature must enroll in the department's system.
(b) To be eligible for enrollment in the department's system, an individual must have
(1) received a permanent fund dividend in the year before the year of enrollment; and
(2) one of the following documents that is valid and issued by this state:
(A) a driver's license;
(B) an identification card.
(c) An individual enrolls in the department's system by
(1) providing the 10 characters that constitute the DLN number that appears on the Form 1099 pertaining to the preceding year's permanent fund dividend that was issued to that individual;
(2) providing the number on the license or card described in (b)(2) of this section;
(3) choosing a user name that is unique to the individual; and
(4) specifying a password; to enroll, the individual must enter the password twice in the system.
(d) If an individual enrolling under the procedures of (c) of this section chooses a user name or password that has already been taken, the department will notify the individual to select a substitute user name or password for the system using the procedures set out in (c)(3) and (4) of this section.
(e) After an individual has successfully completed the procedures of (c) of this section, the department's system will assign the individual an identification alphanumeric code and allow the individual to proceed to the validation process described in 2 AAC 05.230.
History: Eff. 12/22/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 09.25.500
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