How To Get NIN For Jamb 2021/2022 NIN for jamb |start/deadline to enrol
registration for NIN with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) is now compulsory for all candidate taking jamb.
This article is all about how to obtain
National Identification Number (NIN) for jamb registration 2021/2022.
NIN has been suspended
Please note that the National Identification Number (NIN) comprise of just 11 digit unique number, which is often referred to as National Identification. Be it known to you that failure to get your NIN will means that you won’t be able to complete your JAMB registration successfully and secondly you won’t be able to sit for the exam.
This article is all about how each and every JAMB candidate will apply for NIN, how to get it very early and quickly with out stress. I implore you to read this article to the last so as to know the steps to get your National Identification number now!!!
The National Identification Number (NIN) remains your identity anywhere as long as you are a Nigerian. Keep it safe and secure. Don’t share it with any one.
Document You Need To Register NIN for JAMB 2021
Before applying for NIN, there are certain documents you need to present to show you are actually someone with a valid means of identification. This document should prove that you are from Nigeria or any other country, and also should state your age and state of origin, country etc.
The two important documents remain birth certificate and local government identification letter. However any of the documents below can still serve :
- Driver’s License
- Voter’s card (Temporary or Permanent)
- Nigerian International passport
- Certificate of Local Government of Origin
- Attestation letter from a prominent ruler in your community
- Birth certificate
- Declaration of age
- Attestation letter from religious/traditional leader
- NHIS ID card
- Government staff ID card
- Registered/recognized private organization staff ID card
- School ID Card (private/public)
- Tax Clearance certificate
- Valid immigration documents
How to Register NIN For JAMB 2021 (It’s Free)
We have just made it very clear that all JAMB candidates hence forth will be needing a NIN for complete registration. No NIN No JAMB.
The question that comes to mind now is how do I get my NIN as quick as possible without no huddles…?.
Well don’t worry, we wan to make it clear to you that jamb has come up with a better arrangement with NIMC to help you guys get your NIN sharp sharp before registering at any JAMB REGISTRATION CENTRE.
We are glad to let you know that you can register your NIN at any JAMB REGISTRATION CENTRE nationwide. Another alternative is that you can register for National Identification Number (NIN) in places designated by the government other than JAMB CBT Centres.
Follow the guide below to obtain your NIN for 2021 Jamb Registration:
- Go to any of these centres we listed here. Don’t forget to take your documents with you.
- Tell them to give you a form, that you want to register for NIN.
- Fill your form with your information as requested on the form.
- Cross check your form for errors and make corrections if any.
- Note that all your fingerprint will be captured.
- Your form will be processed, give them some minutes.
- National Identification Number (NIN) Slip is issued to you.
Steps on How To I find Your JAMB NIN?
- On the slip given to you or the printout, check very well you will see your National Identification Number. Remember that it’s just an 11 digit number.
- Alternatively you can also access your NIN by dialing *346# with the registered sim you used for it. Services charges will be applied of just 200 naira.
Information you will see on your NIN slip :
- Title: National Identity Management System, Federal Republic of Nigeria, National Identification Number Slip (NINS).
- Tracking ID
- NIN: 11 digits number
- Issue Date: N/A
- First Name
- Middle Name
- NIN Website, email and call line.
Reasons why You Must Register For NIN
Some hot reason why you must get your NIN now!!! :
- For a smooth JAMB registration.
- Looking for international passport? NIN is important for it
- You can use it to get a drivers license right away.
- Wether you are opening a savings or current account NIN can serve.
- Want to access government social programmes such as Npower etc NIN will help.
- NIN is important for contributions to pension scheme
- National Health Insurance Scheme will require NIN at some point
- Payment of taxes.
- Want to get voters card? You need NIN.
Facts About NIN
- The National Identification Number (NIN) is only just 11 digits
- Having NIN means your information is now with the National Identity Database (NIDB).
- NIN is unique, this means no other person can have same with you.
- NIN has to do with personal identity.
- All Nigerians are eligible and are encouraged to register for NIN.
Deadline To Enrol NIN For Jamb 2020/2021
Have you been asking if there is Is there a deadline for NiN registration for JAMB? We will like to inform you that NIN registration is a continuous process and exercise.
There is no deadline for NIN registration but on the other hand there is deadline for JAMB registration. Get your NIN now so as to register for JAMB.
Yes NIN is now compulsory for jamb. It is best your information on NIN matches with information on your jamb profile.
There is a belief that information on on NIN will be updated on your jamb profile.
On the slip given to you or the printout, check very well you will see your National Identification Number. Remember that it’s just an 11 digit number.
Alternatively you can also access your NIN by dialing *346# with the registered sim you used for it. Services charges will be applied of just 200 naira.
NIN means National Identification Number (NIN). It is just 11 digits number used to identify every Nigerian citizens. It is your identity anywhere you go.
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