OpenCRVS, a digital civil registry system, integrates with MOSIP ID to add, remove, or modify data
in real time. Data for new births and deaths registered in OpenCRVS is immediately sent to the MOSIP
system, where a unique ID can be created at birth, or the late individual’s UIN is deactivated. Once
this is done, MOSIP issues the relevant details/credentials back to OpenCRVS. This creates a
reliable loop of updated information, where both systems can share data and self-update.
Watch this video for an end-to-end demonstration of a birth being registered on OpenCRVS, leading to
a MOSIP ID automatically being issued for the child.