The National Database Regulation Authority (NADRA) has presented another policy for issuance of Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) and different archives.
Under the new policy, a birth authentication won’t be required to get another CNIC and B-Form. All you have to give are copies of a registration declaration, a home, a passport, and your parents’ CNICs.
Moreover, the state of a marriage testament for getting the spouse’s CNIC has been expelled. The spouse’s CNIC duplicate, alongside a Rs. 20 sworn statement is all you need.
Similarly, lodging a FIR is never again obligatory in the event that you lose your CNIC. Individuals can acquire another CNIC by presenting an endeavor on a stamp paper with respect to the misfortune/robbery of the card.
The administration has additionally discarded the prerequisite of a paper promotion if there should be an occurrence of a name change.
In addition, UC administrator and councilors won’t have the authority to confirm reports for CNIC applications.