10 requirements for National Identity Number modifications

By Hannah Johnson

To modify National Identification Number data, individuals must submit supporting documents and complete the required forms at a designated National Identity Management Commission office.

The specific requirements may vary depending on the type of modification.

The general requirements, however, are:

1. Completed NIN modification form (obtained from the NIMC office or downloaded from the NIMC website)

2. Original NIN slip (for verification purposes)

3. Supporting document(s) for the modification (e.g., birth certificate, marriage certificate, court order, etc.)

4. Proof of identity (any of: passport, driver’s license, permanent voter’s card, etc.).

5. Proof of citizenship or residency (any of: birth certificate, passport, naturalization certificate, etc.)

6. Recent passport-sized photograph

7. Fingerprints (captured at the NIMC office)

8. Signature (signed on the modification form)

9. Payment of the applicable modification fee (if required)

10. Completed and signed consent form (for minors or individuals with legal guardians)

Note that specific requirements may vary depending on the type of modification (e.g., name change, date of birth correction, etc.) and NIMC’s policies.

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