Nadra provide identity documents that given below:
National Identity Card (NIC) :
National Identity Card (NIC) is issued to the citizens of Pakistan. It is a blend of state-of-the-art technology and well-defined business rules to guarantee its authenticity and validity. The unique 13 digit identification number is recognized all over the country. It is the first requirement of individuals as it is mandatory to obtain documents like license, NTN, bank account, passport, cellular connection etc. Every citizen of Pakistan, 18 years and above, is eligible for NIC.
Juvenile Card (JV) :
Juvenile card is an identity card issued to children under the age of 18 years. The chip-based card is distinguished from Child Registration Certificate (CRC) as it is an ‘entitled document’ with multiple facilities. Child’s parents or blood relative holding a valid National Identity Card (NIC) is required to be physically present for providing the biometrics. Please visit any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) to apply for Juvenile card as the online facility is not available.
National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP) :
National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP) is a registration document issued to a eligible citizen of Pakistan who lives or has reference abroad.
Any citizen of Pakistan can apply for NICOP and can travel to Pakistan without requiring a visa in case of dual nationality. Please note that Passport number is a mandatory pre-requisite in case of applying for NICOP of new born babies if they are born abroad.
Pakistan Origin Card (POC) :
Pakistan Origin Card (POC) program endeavors to provide eligible foreigners with unprecedented incentives to get back to their roots; while ensuring that the motherland remains tightly integrated with expatriates worldwide which includes:
- Visa-free entry into Pakistan
- Indefinite stay in Pakistan
- Exemption from foreigner registration requirements
- Permission to purchase and sell property
- Right to open and operate bank accounts
Child Registration Certificate (CRC) :
Child Registration Certificate (CRC) is a registration document used to register minors under the age of 18 years. It is the fundamental right of a child to get a registration certificate from the place of origin. NADRA has been able to automate and in turn facilitate the process of acquiring Child Registration Certificates. CRC is also known as B-form.
CRC can be taken by providing documented proof of child birth from union council. Parent is required to be a holder of National Identity Card (NIC)/National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP). You are required to go to any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) to apply for CRC.
Family Registration Certificate (FRC) :
Family Registration Certificate (FRC) is a mean of being identified with your NADRA’s record. This provides the family composition. Please note that the Family Registration Certificate (FRC) helps in Embassy use mostly but cannot be used for any Legal requirement.
You can apply for FRC in the following three categories:
- By Birth – The produced certificate will list your family including the details of your parents and siblings.
- By Marriage – The produced certificate will list your family including the details of your spouse and children.
- By Adoption – The produced certificate will list your family including the details of your guardian.
Cancellation Certificate :
Cancellation certificate is a registration document issued to register the termination of ID card in case of death of any citizen. Any blood relative possessing a valid NIC/NICOP, death certificate from union council and the graveyard certificate of the deceased family member, can apply for the cancellation. The original ID card of the deceased is destroyed at NRC to ensure that it cannot be misused. The applicant is required to visit any NADRAÂ Registration Center (NRC) to apply for cancellation certificate.
New CNIC Rs.0 Normal 300 Urgent 1000 Executive
CNIC Modification Rs.200 Normal 300 Urgent 1000 Executive
CNIC Duplicate Rs.1000 Normal 1000 Urgent 1000 Executive