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MRZ stands for Machine-Readable Zone. It is an area designed to be automatically read by an optical reader (e.g. a scanner) located at the bottom of identity document (ID cards, passports, residence permits, etc.). It comprises between one and three lines of alphanumeric characters and chevrons (<). Apart from the data already mentioned in the upper part of the document, this zone, with a very precise layout, contains codes enabling a compliance check to be carried out.
The IDCheck.io identity document analysis service is based on a variety of checks. These controls are different depending on the document submitted; they include the verification of compliance of the MRZ or the bar code, compliance between the information in the MRZ or in the bar code and that printed on the document, the overall appearance of the document, the security patterns on the documents and whether the document has expired.
IDCheck.io aims to be able to analyze any identity document from anywhere in the world, like passports, identity cards, visas, residence permits, driving licenses, etc. Today we support documents issued in over 190 countries, and this expertise is expanding every day.
The automatic control of a document produced by IDCheck.io takes, on average, less than 12 seconds.