|NIMC Service/Product||Fee||More Details|
|NIN – 1st Issuance (Adults)||FREE||View >>|
|NIN – 1st Issuance (Minors)||FREE||View >>|
|Modifications (Adults)||N500 per field||View >>|
|Modifications (Minors)||N500 per field||View >>|
|Re-Issuance of NIN Slips||N500 in the case of loss, damage or theft
N500 per data field in the case of change/modification of record
|Death Enrolment||Not yet activated||View >>|
|e-ID Card Renewal||Pending approval||View >>|
|e-ID Card Replacement||N2,500||View >>|
|NIMC Verification Service (NVS)||Negotiable and based on the access level requested||View >>|
|Assisted Verification Services||N1,000 for NIN Verification Certificate
N2,000 for NIN Confirmation Letter
|NIMC Verification Service API||Currently free access for approved, registered developers||View >>|
How to Make Treasury Single Account (TSA) Payments Using Remita
Payments to Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in Nigeria are currently made directly into the Treasury Single Account (TSA).
Visit www.remita.net to start the payment process.
Click on the option ‘Pay a Federal Government Agency‘.
Name of MDA – type in ‘National Identity Management Commission‘.
Name of Service/Purpose – choose ‘Others‘.
Amount to Pay – fill in the amount you wish to pay.
Pay Description – type in ‘Payment for [service/product you’re paying for]‘.
Payer’s Full Name – type your full name.
Click on the icon ͞proceed to payment.
A new page which is the invoice will come up which will display your RRR – Remita Retrieval Reference at the top of the page.
Print the invoice and take note of your RRR.
Choose any payment method convenient for you.
Option 1: ‘Pay Now with Internet Banking’.
Option 2: ‘Pay at Bank Branch’.
Option 3: ‘Pay Now with Remita’.
Option 4: ‘Pay Now with Cards or Wallet’.