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QUESTION: Is Nigerian National ID Card Available For Pick Up? [Solved]

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Answered: Is Nigerian National ID Card Available For Pick Up? 8:33pm on December 30
Nofiu Ridwan
National open university of Nigeria (Noun)
Bsc. Economic
300Level, Nigeria.
How To Check Whether Your National ID Card Is Ready

1.Visit National Identity management commission (NIMC) official website by clicking here.
2.When the NIMC Website opens, click the Proceed button
3.Now, fill in your First name, Last name and your National Identification Number
4.Hit the ‘check now button’
5.You will be able to see the status of your card.

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Answered: Is Nigerian National ID Card Available For Pick Up? 8:12am on December 30
Kingley Brave

100Level, Nigeria.
National ID Cards for people who registered a long time ago are now available.

Click here to check if your National ID Card is available for pick up

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Answered: Is Nigerian National ID Card Available For Pick Up? 10:23am on December 30
information technology
Graduate, Nigeria.
Yes,its out
I have collected mine

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Answered: Is Nigerian National ID Card Available For Pick Up? 12:06pm on December 30
Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
100Level, Nigeria.
The National Identity Management Commission
has said that over 300,000 national identity
cards for those who enrolled in 2012 are ready
for collection.NIMC Spokesman, Loveday
Ogbonna, urged enrollees in the year 2012, up
to August 2013 and who were yet to pick up
their cards, to do so immediately.

Ogbonna said that those concerned should visit
the enrolment centres where they registered
and pick up their cards, which had since been
printed and ready for collection.
He said that the commission had pasted names
of enrollees whose cards had been printed and
awaiting collection at various centres, to
enable such individuals check and present
themselves for card collection.

According to him, some of the people in this
category may have changed the phone
numbers they used to register, hence they are
not able to receive text messages informing
them that their cards are ready.

“Applicants who have relocated and want their
cards transferred to their current location
should visit any NIMC office closest to them to
request for a card transfer form.

“They should fill and submit the form to the
State Coordinator or Local Government
Supervisor for processing.

“This is possible for those who either received
text message or confirmed via the list posted
at the enrolment centres that their cards are
ready for collection. This service is free for
now and available at all enrolment centres,” he
Ogbonna said that the transfer process was
necessitated by a survey carried out by the
Customer Care Unit of the commission.
He said that the survey showed that over
300,000 enrolled applicants nationwide were
yet to pick up their National e-ID cards.

Ogbonna said that the reasons were because
they had either relocated from the locations
where they enrolled or had changed the phone
numbers they provided at the point of
enrolment into the National Identity Database.

“Thousands of registered applicants have
changed the phone numbers they provided at
the point of registration, and as such, may not
have received our card collection notifications,
while some persons may have changed location
since after enrolment.

”We want to use this medium to appeal to any
of such persons to visit any NIMC Enrolment
Centre close to them to request for Card
transfer,” the NIMC said in a statement.

Source: all-gists.blogspot.com/2018/12/just-in-national-id-cards-ready-for-collection-nimc.html

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Mathew Oluwaseun
University of Ilorin (Unilorin)
Mechanical Engineering
500Level, Nigeria.

According to the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), if you registered for the national ID card a long time ago (like 4 years ago or more), then you can check if it is available online.

Below are the requirements to check your card availability status:

Laptop or Smartphone (Android, iOS, Windows, etc.)

Internet connection (with enough internet data)

Full name (First and Last)

Last 6 digits of your ID number (remember, the number consist 11 digits and can be found on your
Temporary ID card {paper printout}, 14673******)

Knowledge of internet usage

Visit NIMC centre: https://touch.nimc.gov.ng/
Then click the Proceed button Now,
Fill in your first name, last name and your NIMC tracking ID and hit the ‘check now button’

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