How to check if your National ID card is ready?

Today, if you have enrolled in the National ID online registration, then you can check it now, if it is ready for pickup. Below is the step by steps guide on How to check National ID card, if it is ready for collection.

Please use this platform to check if your Card is ready and has been dispatched to an Activation Centre. The details MUST be as you spelt them during enrollment. Please check your NIN Slip.

According to the above statement, the details MUST be just as the way, you have spelt it earlier, when you are registering. Getting a valid National ID card in Nigeria is quite hectic but after registration, obtaining it isn’t much harder anymore. Having made it available to get it online, is much more easier and faster.

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How to Check the Status of your National eID Card

– Firstly, visit the official site of NID Here. When the page loads;
– Then click on the “Click to Proceed” link on the page
– Enter your;
a. First Name
b. Last Name and
c. National Identification Number
– After filling in the details, press on Check Now button.

Note that: Your National Identification Number is the last 6 digit of your NIN!

Did you know that?

NIMC’s Director of Technical Services, Mr Emmanuel Ogungbe disclosed the Commission have already signed an agreement with MasterCard.

That means, National Identity Card can also be used as an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) card anywhere in the world where there is MasterCard logo.

17 thoughts on “How to check if your National ID card is ready?”

  1. I want to know what happen to my ID card up to now I did not collect it, but some of my friends have collected their own with the same day we did it!

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  2. I registered for national identity card Akure center 13/03/2014.up to this moment nothing has been done to release the I’d card.

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    • I Register for national identity card seings 2014 up till now is not yet out ,what is happening can i go & register for another one.

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