Government issues identity cards to the citizens to add them to the database that will help them make policies accordingly. National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) gives identity cards to people when they reach the age of 18. Just like that, the Nadra Juvenile card is for all Pakistanis under legal age.
The juvenile card in Pakistan replaces the Child Registration Certificate (CRC), commonly known as B-Form. Nadra Certificate got this alternative because it has a Smart chip included in the card that helps the authority with better data-keeping. If you want to learn how to apply for the Nadra Juvenile card, you have come to the right place. This article will guide you through the process, from the required documents to the Juvenile Card Nadra fee.
Documents Required For Juvenile Card
Before you start the process, first, you have to make sure that you have all the required documents to apply for the juvenile card. Here are a few requirements:
- Child should be present.
- Parents/Guardians or blood relatives Should also be present with their valid National Identity Card (CNIC)/National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP).
- Birth Certificate or School Certificate.
- Attestation of Computerized National Identity Card Form or Biometric verification of Parents/Guardians or blood relatives.
If the child has the Child Registration Certificate (CRC)/B-Form, it should also be attached to the application for the Juvenile Card.
Step-by-Step Guide for Nadra Juvenile Card
Here is a complete process of applying for a JV Card at any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) near you:
Step 1: When you reach NADRA Registration Center, you will take a token and wait for your turn.
Step 2: You will be called to the counter upon your turn. One of the Parents/Guardians or Blood relatives should be present at the moment. Most of the process will be completed in this step:
- You will present your parents’ documents to the officer for verification.
- Officer will ask you to come forward for the photograph.
- After Photograph, he will take your fingerprints as well as your signature.
- Next, the officer will take out the print and give it to you for review.
- If the data entered in the form is correct, the final printout of the Nadra Juvenile card application will be handed over to you.
Step 3: Parents/Guardians, or blood relatives, will attest the application, otherwise gazetted officer will perform this duty. Afterward, submit it with the fee to the relevant counter. Your Smart JV card will get delivered after a few days depending on your selected package.
How to Find Nadra Registration Center
National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) has offices in almost every city. If you don’t know any nearest Nadra registration center, then you can use the Nadra mobile application for android and iOS phones to locate it.
Nadra mobile application allows you to search the geographical location, contact number, and timing of its center so you can apply for the Nadra Juvenile Card. Additionally, you can filter NADRA centers according to their center type (ordinary vs. executive) and business hours.
Here are a few features you get on the Nadra app:
- Search Nadra center by City, name, and location.
- Get Driving directions to the site.
- Make contact with the NRC.
- Office hours.
Juvenile Card Nadra Fee
Juvenile cards in Pakistan can be applied to the nearby NADRA Registration Center. Like any other government service, the juvenile card does not come for free. Three different delivery options are provided for the Nadra Juvenile card.
|Normal||31 days||PKR 750|
|Urgent||23 days||PKR 1500|
|Fast Track||9 days||PKR 2500|
How to Track Juvenile Card Online
The government will soon introduce the Nadra online certificate tracking, which you can use to see where the application has reached and how many days it will take for your Nadra certificate to arrive. You will also track your Juvenile card application by entering your tracking id and mobile number.
The article contains a complete guide on how to apply for Nadra Juvenile Card in Pakistan. Visit the Nadra website for more information, or feel free to ask questions regarding the juvenile card in the comment section.