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QUALIFIED ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE stored on eID (Polish Citizens only)

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Qualified Electronic Signature on eID (Polish Citizens only).
Certificates may be issued on the territory of countries:: Poland, Ireland, Ukraine.
Qualified certificates (e-signatures) remain valid throughout the European Union.

Duration: 1 year
  • 1 year
  • 2 years
  • 3 years
Timestamps: without timestamps
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Qualified electronic signature in an eID card is a technologically advanced system that enables electronic identification of a person and verifies the authenticity and integrity of data. It is a special type of electronic signature that carries legal validity and is recognized on par with a traditional handwritten signature.

An eID card is an identity document that has been transferred into electronic form. When using a qualified electronic signature in an eID card, the cardholder can make electronic signatures that are legally binding and recognized by public administration authorities and other entities.

The qualified electronic signature in an eID card enables:

  1. Electronic filing of tax declarations to Tax Offices: Signatures allow secure electronic submission of tax declarations to Tax Offices. This enables individuals and businesses to conveniently and quickly transmit their tax data electronically in compliance with legal regulations.

  2. Electronic filing of reports to the eKRS (electronic National Court Register): Signatures also enable electronic filing of reports to the eKRS, the electronic National Court Register. Required documents such as annual financial reports or other reports can be submitted electronically using a qualified signature. This significantly facilitates and expedites the process of reporting data to the register.

  3. Signing documents related to the Uniform European Single Procurement Document (ESPD): The ESPD is a system that allows for the submission of offers and execution of public procurement contracts in Europe. Signatures enable the secure signing of electronic documents related to this process. This allows businesses to participate in international tenders and orders, meeting the requirements for the authenticity and integrity of signed documents.

  4. Communication within the ePUAP (Electronic Platform of Public Administration Services): The ePUAP is a platform that enables electronic communication with public offices and institutions. Using signatures, documents, applications, or other information can be securely and legally transmitted to various public administration bodies through the ePUAP platform. This shortens the time and eliminates the need for physically delivering documents.

  5. Signing the Standard Audit File (SAF-T): The Standard Audit File (SAF-T) is an electronic report containing tax-related data that businesses are required to submit to tax authorities. Signatures enable the legal and secure signing of these files, ensuring the authenticity and integrity of the transmitted data.

  6. Participation in electronic auctions and tenders: Signatures facilitate participation in electronic auctions and tenders. This allows businesses to submit electronic bids, signing them with a qualified signature. This speeds up the bidding process and procurement of goods or services by public institutions or enterprises.

  7. Conclusion of civil-law contracts in electronic form: Signatures also enable the conclusion of civil-law contracts in electronic form. They allow for the remote signing of contracts, eliminating the need for physical meetings between parties. This is particularly useful for commercial transactions or contracts entered into by individuals and businesses.

The main benefits of using a qualified electronic signature in an eID card are:

  1. Authenticity and integrity of electronic documents: A qualified electronic signature ensures that electronic documents have not been altered after being signed. This allows for the confirmation of the authenticity and integrity of the documents.

  2. Legal validity: A qualified electronic signature holds the same legal value as a traditional handwritten signature. This enables the submission of legally binding declarations, the formation of contracts, and the execution of other legal actions in electronic form.

  3. Convenience and time savings: The use of a qualified electronic signature in an eID card eliminates the need for printing, scanning, and sending paper documents. This saves time and costs associated with traditional document processing methods.

  4. Security: A qualified electronic signature is based on advanced cryptographic technologies that provide a high level of security. It protects the confidentiality and integrity of the signed documents.

The set allows for signing in various formats, including:

  • XAdES-BES
  • XAdES-T
  • PAdES-BES
  • PAdES-T

It utilizes the SHA256 (SHA2) algorithm.

Data sheet

Issuer - Certificate Authority
Eurocert Qualified Center
Personal data verification method
direct meeting with the verifier

Specific References

The following rules apply to the Identity Verification service provided during a direct meeting with the verifier. For products with remote Identity Verification using an activation voucher, the right of withdrawal from the concluded purchase agreement does not apply before the expiration of the 14-day withdrawal period from the contract.

Identity verification is a service required when issuing a new Qualified Electronic Signature. This service can be provided by any partner of the Eurocert Certification Office. Identity verification can take place at the company's headquarters or through a visit to the customer. Depending on the chosen verification model, you can decide whether to pay for the service when placing an order on the signature.unistyle.pl store or during signature pickup.

Below are some sample scenarios. The issuance of a qualified signature will be carried out regardless of the chosen scenario, and any differences will relate to payment before or during the verification service. For example:

  1. I will pay in advance for the verification service on the signature.unistyle.pl store.

    • I can visit the UniStyle.pl headquarters and obtain the signature without additional charges.
    • I can choose another Eurocert partner, visit their headquarters, and obtain the signature, but I will accept the price conditions for the verification service proposed by the other partner.
  2. I will not pay for the verification service on the signature.unistyle.pl store. I will do it when picking up the signature.

    • I can visit the UniStyle.pl headquarters and obtain the signature, and I will pay a net fee of 40 PLN on-site, either by card or in cash.
    • I can choose another partner, visit their headquarters, and obtain the signature, but I will accept the price conditions and payment method for the verification service proposed by the other partner.
  3. I will pay in advance on the signature.unistyle.pl store for the option of the service coming to me.

    • I provide the delivery address and pay for the delivery service online by selecting the appropriate delivery method.
  4. I will not pay for the delivery option on the signature.unistyle.pl store.

    • I will decide later whether to pick up the signature at one of the partner points or order a delivery to my location and settle the due payment on-site.

Is identity verification required when renewing a signature? No. If you already have a valid qualified signature, its renewal can be done independently using the SecureDoc 2.0 application.

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