fictitious address

Almost 3 million of homeless people in Europe live without documents, such as an Identity card or a passport. In order to have personal documentation they need a residence registry, wich is often denied as the homeless do not usually have permanent address. In order to have a residence registry the homeless must provide proof taht they live in a territory. The homeless can register at aid centres, dorms and soup kitchens. Registrations can therefore become tangible proof of the presence of a person in a territory. By using them the homeless have right to asck for their residence registry and Identity card.