Management of the National Identification Authority (NIA) has announced final roadmap to begin work at its 16 Regional and 275 District Offices across the Country.
According to the Acting Head of Corporate Affairs, the National Identification Authority (NIA), will from 3rd November 2021 commence the operationalization of its 16 Regional and 275 District offices across the country based on the following plan:
1. From 3rd to 5th November 2021 – Setting up, conducting public sensitization and engaging with community leaders on the impending operations of the Regional and District offices. This will also enable
newly-appointed officers familiarize themselves with their various communities and undertake other preparatory activities.
2. From 8th to 16th November 2021 (except weekends) – Issuing Ghana Cards to Ghanaians who registered during the mass registration but could not receive their cards.
3. From 17th November 2021 onwards – Continuation of issuance of Ghana Cards to applicants.
4. From 17th November 2021 onwards – Registering and issuing Ghana Cards to Ghanaians aged 15 years and above.
5. From 29th November 2021 onwards – Replacement of lost, stolen, and damaged Ghana Cards;
6. From 29th November 2021 onwards – Updating of personal information of applicants in the National Identity Register (NIR).
According to the management of NIA, they will announce in due course the timelines for the registration of Ghanaians under 15 years.
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The Regional and District offices of the NIA will operate within the usual business hours from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday. The Premium Registration Centre at the NIA Head Office will be open for business on Wednesday, 3rd November 2021.
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The NIA respectfully requests the co-operation and support of members of
the general public.