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How to Reprint NIN Slip – how to check my NIMC details online

How to Reprint NIN Slip – how to check my NIMC details online.

The NIN slip is given to people who have completed their registration. The number given is your unique identification as no two persons dead or alive can share the same NIN number.Information Guide Nigeria

Your NIN slip is an important document that should be guarded, protected, and stored or locked away safely. However, sometimes we get careless (as in the case of misplaced NINs) or unfortunate (as in the case of stolen or damaged NINs).Reprint NIN Slip

Is your NIN slip damaged, destroyed, stolen, or missing? Are you looking for a replacement or reprint and you do know how to go about it? If answered yes to the above questions then this article was written with you in mind. In today’s article, you’ll be learning how to reprint NIN slip.How to Edit NYSC Registration

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How to reprint NIN slip

You can get your NIN slip reprinted or re-issued in the case of the following: loss, change/modification of record, damage, and theft. Each case has its own requirements or documentsHow to Get NYSC Uniform

Case: Loss

If you misplaced your NIN and you want a reprint, you’ll be asked to provide the following:

  • A recent police report
  • Photo ID
  • Court affidavit for loss of document
  • Evidence of payment (N500)Npower recruitment

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Case: Damage

If your NIN slip got damaged, you’ll be asked to provide the following:

  • Evidence of the damaged NIN slip
  • Evidence of payment (N500)
Case: Theft

If your NIN slip was stolen and you need a reprint, you’ll be asked to provide the following:

  • A recent police report
  • Photo ID
  • Court affidavit for loss of document
  • Evidence of payment (N500)

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Case: Change/Modification of Record

If you want your NIN reprinted because you changed your details, you’ll be asked to provide the following:

  • Transaction slip that was issued to you after modification was done
  • Evidence of payment (N500) per data field modified

With the requirements for each case, your NIN slip can and will be reissued or reprinted immediately.

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You can do the payment online and get the evidence of payment. To make the payment, follow the set of instructions outlined below:WAEC result

  • Open your favourite browser and visit remita.net to start the payment process
  • On the Bills & Purchases button, you’ll find the option Pay Billers, click on it
  • Type in National Identity Management Commission into the Who do You Want to Pay field or box
  • Type in NIN Slip Re-issue into the Name of Service/Purpose field
  • Input the required amount to pay based on your case
  • Type in your full name into the Payer’s Name field
  • Type in your phone number into the Payer’s Phone field
  • Tick the I am not a robot reCAPTCHA checkbox, carry out the task before you and click on the Verify button
  • Once you are done verifying, click on the Submit icon to proceed with the payment. A new carrying your invoice will be displayed on your RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) at the top of the page. Take note of the RRR (you can write it down) and print the invoice
  • Finally, you can choose any payment you prefer. The options available are card, USSD, Bank Branch, Wallet, and Internet Banking. After choosing, click on the Pay, Print Invoice, or Continue button based on your payment methodJAMB form

After payment, you can now carry the evidence or proof of payment along with the other documents required for your case to get a reprint of your NIN

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DIY Method

Alternatively, you can do the reprint yourself and be issued the improved slip. All you have to do is download the “MWS Mobile ID app” from the Apple store or Google PlayStore. Open the app, and follow the on-screen instructions to register.

After registration, click on the Print NIN slip, login into your account, select between the Premium or Standard NIN slip, and pay the fee—which is ₦1000 for premium and ₦400 for standard.

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