The "invisible man" of Cusco already has a DNI after 20 years

The "invisible man" of Cusco, it stopped today with today. David Villena Vergara, a 56-year-old bookseller, received his National identity document (DNI), after more than two decades of non-existent for the legal system for not having processed.

The morning of this Wednesday, five days after the start of the trial and with the help of RENIEC and the Ombudsman via RPP, he finally got his document and was very grateful.

The representatives of the national register of identity and marital status (RENIEC) and the Ombudsman's office, arrived at his home, as well as a representative of the Comprehensive Health Insurance (SIS).

"I thank everyone, RPP, that you helped me now, if I can vote, I can even do one SIS, which is the first thing that I will process, now I can show everyone that I am Peruvian because I already have a DNI, "said David Villena enthusiastically.

In all this time David could not travel to Lima to see his parents, nor could he pay for much less access to the SIS. He tried to process it by asking the owners of the house where he lived to lend him the receipt of electricity or water, as a requirement of the RENIECbut the owners were always hesitant.

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