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Last Modified: 6/25/2020 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

Long registration time FAQ

Q. Why does it take so long to register in EIDM (enterprise identity management system)?
A: The on-screen registration process should take no more than 10 minutes for the initial registration of an organization and a security official. The remainder of the time is taken up by postal delays (documents being mailed), followed by the amount of time it takes for external user services (EUS) to process the application (which itself varies based on the number of applications being submitted in a given week), and verifying the employment of the security official at the organization in question.
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