How to Print NIN Slip Online – How to Check My NIMC Details Online

How to Print NIN Slip Online – How to Check My NIMC Details Online – The Federal Government has made it compulsory for every citizen and anyone legally living in Nigeria (temporarily or permanently) to register and obtain a National Identification Number (NIN).

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Your NIN is an important number that identifies or represents you and should be protected like every other document you possess. It’s unique, and no two persons living or dead, can share the same NIN, making your NIN slip a very important document.JAMB Resultย 

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However, no one is above mistakes, and you can never tell when you’ll make one. So what happens if you mistakenly misplaced your NIN, it got burned or destroyed due to an accident, or your NIN slip got stolen? Will you be issued another NIN? What are the steps required to obtain one?Information Guide Nigeria

Do you have such questions or similar questions in your heart? If you do, then you are in the right web space because, in this article, I’ll be teaching you how to reprint your NIN slip online.

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How to Print NIN Slip Online

Before now, to print a new NIN slip, you’ll have to visit a NIN enrolment centre. Depending on the case (lost, stolen, or damaged), you’ll be asked to bring the supporting documents and pay a certain fee.WAEC Result

Reprinting NIN slips that way was not only stressful but also tiring. Well, there’s good news, and the good news is you can now print your NIN slips from the comfort of your homes. The difference here is that the NIN you’ll print won’t look like the old one because it is the Improved NIN slip.Code for Checking NIN Number on MTN, Airtel, Glo, 9mobile

Without further ado, let’s dive into the steps used to print the improved NIN slip.

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The app we’ll be using here is the MWS: NIMC MobileID. Also, before we proceed with the steps, make sure you have written down your NIN or you have it close by. If you don’t, you can quickly retrieve it by dialling *346# on the number used during your registration. You’ll be charged a fee of NGN 20 for it.Print NIN Slip Online

  • Download and install the “MWS: NIMC MobileID” app from the Google PlayStore (for Android users) and Apple Store (for iPhone users)
  • Open the application. Input your 11-digit unique NIN into the field provided and tap on Next. An OTP will be sent to the number you used during your NIN registration. Input the OTP you received and continue or proceedJAMB Form
  • On the app’s dashboard, tap on Get Security PIN to generate an OTP from the app. The OTP generated only lasts for 60 seconds.
  • Return to the Home page and tap on the hamburger (three horizontal lines) icon to reveal your UserID. You can copy that as well
  • Next, tap on Print NIN Slip.How to Transfer data from Airtel to MTN
  • Input the UserID and the OTP you copied earlier. If you insert the OTP after 60 seconds, it won’t work, so you’ll have to be fast; otherwise, you’ll have to start the process again
  • Once you do that, you’ll be sent to the Print NIN Slip On the page, tap on the hamburger icon
  • You can choose between the “Print Premium Slip” option or the “Print Standard Slip” option

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Both options carry your NIN, but the difference is the premium slip comes with more details. The premium slip costs NGN 1000, while the standard slip costs NGN 400

You can make the payment via Remita and complete the process. After making the payment, you can now download your improved NIN slip and print it out whenever you choose.Npower Recruitment

There you go! If you correctly followed the steps outlined in this guide, congratulations! You have successfully printed your NIN slip.

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