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(a) The validation process applies to an individual who has successfully completed the enrollment procedures in 2 AAC 05.220 and voluntarily supplies information to the department's system required in (b) of this section.
(b) An individual described in (a) of this section shall, upon request supply the following information to the department:
(1) the individual's date of birth;
(2) the individual's state of birth, if one of the United States, or country of birth, if a foreign nation; and
(3) as indicated on the individual's license or card described in 2 AAC 05.220(b) (2),
(A) the individual's weight and height; and
(B) the issue date of that license or card.
(c) The department's system will verify whether the information supplied under (b) of this section matches the corresponding information maintained in the permanent fund dividend division's and the division of motor vehicles' databases.
(d) The department's system will mark the individual's supplied information as verified only if the validation of the individual's supplied information is made under (c) of this section. The department will notify the individual of the successful verification under this subsection.
(e) If the individual's supplied information is not verified under (c) of this section, the department's system will reject the information as not verified, and notify the individual.
History: Eff. 12/22/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 09.25.500
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