What is a party ID?
Party IDs are created for
- paid representatives
- unpaid representatives
- designated people
It starts with a “P” and is followed by 8-12 digits (Example: P12345678).
You’ll need your party ID to create an account in the
- application status tracker
- citizenship status tracker
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