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How Do I Find My NIN Number Using Tracking ID?

How Do I Find My NIN Number Using Tracking ID?- Have you lost your copy of your NIN number? If you have, then you need to find and retrieve the NIN immediately. There are several methods you can use to find and retrieve your NIN number including via USSD code or NIN portal.Information Guide Nigeria

While, the NIMC tracking ID can only be used to obtain your National ID, or check the status of your ID. The Tracking ID cannot be used to find NIN number. Although you cannot find your NIN using the tracking ID, there are several ways to find and retrieve your NIN number. If you want to find out, continue reading this post.Find My NIN Number

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How to Check the Status of your NIMC ID card using Your Tracking ID

The main use of the NIMC tracking ID is to track the progress of your NIMC ID card. You can use the tracking ID to check if your NIMC card is available for collection. To check the status of your NIMC card, follow the procedures below:How to Get NYSC Call-Up Number

  1. Go to your internet browser and visit the webpage; http://touch.nimc.gov.ng/
  2. Click on “Proceed” icon on the portal
  3. Enter your correct first and last name into the required columns
  4. Enter your 11-digit NIN number into the space provided
  5. Enter your NIMC tracking ID into the space provided
  6. Click on “Submit
  7. Wait for response from NIMC portalHow to Include NYSC in Your CV

You will receive a notification indicating the status of your NIMC ID card.

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How to Check NIN Number on MTN

Although you cannot use the NIMC tracking ID to check your NIN number, you don’t need to go through all that trouble just to find your NIN number. Did you know you can find your NIN using your mobile phone and SIM card? See procedures below:Npower Recruitment

  1. Tap on the call/phone app on your mobile phone
  2. Dial *346# using your MTN, Glo, Airtel, or 9mobile SIM on your phone
  3. You will see a list of options displayed on the phone screen
  4. Select “NIN Retrieval” from the list of options by tapping on “1”
  5. Also, keep in mind that you will be charged NGN 20 for the procedure. The charge will be deducted from the airtime balance on your SIM card.
  6. After the airtime has been deducted, your NIN number will be displayed on the screen.
  7. You can now copy out your NIN number.

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How to Verify NIN Number Online

If you’re looking for a way to verify your NIN number, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to the official NIN Verification Portal via https://nimc.gov.ng/nimc-verification-service/
  2. Navigate to “Verify NIN” and click on it
  3. Enter your unique NIN number into the space provided
  4. After entering your NIN, type in the security code below into the required column
  5. Click on “SubmitJAMB Form
  6. You will receive a message indicating if your NIN has been verified or not.
  7. If your NIN has not been verified, then visit the nearest NIMC office with your NIN number to get your NIN verified.

You can also confirm if your NIN has been verified by linking it to your SIM card. If the process is successful, then your NIN has been verified by NIMC.

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Importance of NIN Number

The National Identification Number (NIN) is a vital document to every citizen and legal residents in Nigeria. You’ve probably heard a lot about the NIN number, but I’m guessing not so much about its benefits. So let’s take a look at some of the importance of NIN number.JAMB Result

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  1. NIN can be used for all transactions requiring verification of ID.
  2. Your NIN will be needed to obtain your National e-ID card
  3. NIN is required to apply for international passport
  4. NIN is mandatory requirement for bank account creation
  5. NIN is also needed to obtain your driver’s license
  6. NIN is needed to obtain the Permanent Voter’s card
  7. NIN is needed during payment of taxes
  8. You’ll need to NIN to access several welfare and social services from the Federal Government
  9. All land transactions subject to land use act require NINWAEC Result

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