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How to Reprint National ID Card (Enrollment Slip)

National ID card/Enrolment Slip
When you lose your NIN enrollment slip or printout, you start to worry whether you can reprint online or it's possible to get another from any NIMC office near you.


Of course, it's possible to get back a lost National ID Card or enrollment slip within a few days if you just follow this process.


Pay a token of N500 through REMITA at any bank nearest to you; provide your Remita Teller to any NIMC Enrolment Centre (ERC) near you and request for a NIN slip print.


In fact, that's how quick the commission could guide you to reprint another NIN enrollment slip.


However, the commission may ask for more depending on the extreme of the loss and situations that warrant re-issuance of another National ID Card. 

Requirements for Reprinting of National ID Card If Lost, Damaged, Stolen, or Record Change

There are terms attached to the re-issuance of NIN lip by the commission apart from the payment of N500. Let's see other terms.


The NIN Slip can be re-issued in the case of the following:

  1. Loss
  2. Damage
  3. Theft
  4. Change/Modification of Record

1. In the Case of Loss

An applicant will be required to provide the following:

  1. Police report (recent)
  2. Court affidavit for loss of documents
  3. Evidence of payment (N500)
  4. Photo ID

2. In the Case of Damage

An applicant will be required to provide the following:

  1. Evidence of the damaged NIN Slip
  2. Evidence of payment (N500)

3. In the Case of Theft

An applicant will be required to provide the following:

  1. Police report (recent)
  2. Court affidavit for loss of documents
  3. Evidence of payment (N500)
  4. Photo ID

4. In the Case of Change/Modification of Record

An applicant will be required to provide the following:

  1. Transaction slip issued after modification was done
  2. Evidence of payment (N500) per data field modified

How to Make Payment For Reissuance of NIN Enrollment Slip through Banks and Online

Payment on the Remita platform through banks will involve the following stages

  1. Visit www.remita.net to start the payment process.
  2. Click on the option "Pay TSA & States"
  3. A list of states and the Federal Government will show up. Click "FGN: Federal Government Of Nigeria"
  4. A new page will open. Inside the box "Who do You want to Pay" – type in National Identity Management Commission.
  5. Name of Service/Purpose – choose ‘NIN Slip Re-issue‘.
  6. Amount to Pay – type "500"
  7. Payer’s Name – type your full name.
  8. Payer’s Phone – type your phone number.
  9. Tick the ‘I am not a robot’ reCAPTCHA checkbox and click on the stated selection of images before clicking on the ‘Verify’ button.
  10. Click on the ‘Submit’ icon to ͞proceed to payment.
  11. A new page which is the invoice will come up which will display your RRR – Remita Retrieval Reference at the top of the page. Here you can take the Bank Branch payment option, print the e-slip, and use that to pay at any commercial bank in Nigeria
  12. You can also pay directly online with your Mastercards right on the same page. After the payment at the bank, you will be issued a receipt. If you pay online, you should print the receipt direct on your screen or check your email for a copy.

Other Options Available For the Payment

As you must have noticed from the above, you can pay for NIN slip through banks and/or directly online. However, there are other options you can use for your own convenience. After the payment using any of the options, a copy of your payment receipt will be sent by Remita to the email you provided while making the payment.

On the launched page, after clicking pay, fill in the following correctly.

  • Option 1: ‘Card’.
  • Option 2: ‘Bank Branch’.
  • Option 3: ‘USSD’.
  • Option 4: ‘Internet Banking’
  • Option 5: ‘Wallet’.


Proceed to complete your transaction by clicking on the “Pay…’, ‘Print Invoice’ or ‘Continue’ button as suited to your preferred method.

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