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How to Choose Which ID is Right for You

Updated: Apr 7, 2023

Having too many options can sometimes create confusion, and you want to make sure you make the right choice. With three different types of IDs, how do you choose which one is right for you?

The United Nation of Yisrael has three different levels of Nation ID. There's an ID that meets the needs of everyone who seeks to have one. It's important to understand the requirements and offerings of each level before deciding which one to apply for. We want all of our constituents to be confident in their choice and understand their choice. You may even be wondering, "Why do I need a Nation ID?" Check out 3 Reasons Why You Need Your Nation ID for further understanding.

Use the list below to gain a better understanding of the differences between our White, Blue, and Gold IDs.

White ID

The White ID is for someone who is ready to make their declaration as being in The Most High's Nation. This is an important step for one to take who is still coming to an understanding of nationhood and is not yet ready to make higher levels of declaration. This ID requires your completion of the short form urgent notice. The White ID is the lowest level of declaration of being Yisrael.

See The United Nation of Yisrael White ID Guide to learn more about the White ID.

Blue ID

Gold ID


Now that you've had the opportunity to understand the differences between each ID, you should be ready to take the next step in starting your application process.

*Please note that having a Nation ID does not infringe upon the benefits of your current citizenship*

Visit our Register in the Nation page, and complete steps 1-4 to ensure that you are on the track to receiving your Nation ID. For help understanding how to complete the ID process and your ID documents, take a look at How to Complete ID Forms or watch our ID Process Demo.

Have more questions? Visit our FAQ page and navigate to the IDs & Registry tab to find what you need.

For more information

Visit the United Nation of Yisrael YouTube channel for more information and education.

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