ISLAMABAD: NADRA introduces home delivery service 16


The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) has launched a new service to deliver Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) and child registration certificates on the doorsteps of the applicants. The applicant will now have to pay Rs 100 for delivery within country and Rs 500 for delivery abroad, officials told APP. Besides, fast track counters have also been set up at National Swift and Registration Centres (NSRCs) of the authority for those who want to get CNICs or child registration certificates without standing in queues. Using this fast track counter, the applicants will have to submit Rs 1,000 for obtaining a CNIC, Rs 3,000 for obtaining an ID Card for Overseas Pakistanis in Middle East and Rs 5,000 for getting a CNIC from any other state of the world, NADRA officials said, adding that Rs 500 would be charged for issuance of a child registration certificate. They said the fresh ID cards will be issued free of cost at all NSRCs, as announced by the government, however, if any body wanted to use fast track counter for fresh CNIC he will have to pay the fee. The fast track service is in accordance with the international standard to eliminate the VVIP and “Sifarish” culture and the revenue generated through this initiative will go towards further improving the services. The delivery period of the products will be same as per regular procedure; however, the service would save the time of the applicants. app


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