Pak-ID is a new smartphone application that National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) has released to help its citizens.
Pakistani citizens can take advantage of this app by applying for the following identity documents:
- Modification of CNIC
- Reprint/Lost of CNIC
- Renewal of CNIC
- New NICOP
- Modification of NICOP
- Renewal of NICOP
- Lost/Reprint of NICOP
In addition, it also facilitates different functionalities such as:
- Fingerprints acquisition through mobile camera
- User-based inbox with a list of all applications
- Account login through biometrics
- Digital signature captures through the handset’s touchscreen
- Attested verification through OTP
- Documents uploading procedure through mobile camera or by uploading option
- ICAO-based photograph capture through the handset camera
The National Identification Card application process will be made easier by the app. People can now apply for their identity cards and other documentation from the comfort of their own homes.
By offering the most recent mobile app, which allows users to access and apply from any area of the country, NADRA has taken another attempt to make things easier for its consumers.
Nadra Chairman Tariq Malik urged the general populace to educate themselves on the effectiveness of the application. Pakistan is now the first nation in the world to implement “ID Technology” thanks to NADRA’s mobile app.
In addition, a beta version of the upcoming Pak-ID mobile app is available. Citizens can have their ID documents sent to their doorstep once they have completed the entire application process through this app while sitting at home. Thanks to such an initiative, Pakistani citizens can now enjoy getting their ID cards without facing long queues or hazardous situations.
The smartphone app has a document identification system and a biometric verification facility, according to Tariq Malik. Via a mobile app, citizens can upload relevant documents.
Citizens can avail of the opportunity by downloading it from Google Play Store for Android users. At the same time, Apple users can access it through Apple Store (iOS).