How to Apply for Family Registration Certificate (FRC)?

How to Apply for Family Registration Certificate (FRC)

The Family Registration Certificate (FRC) is a tool to identify your NADRA records. It provides family structure. Note that the Family Registration Certificate (FRC) often helps with embassy applications but cannot be used for legal purposes. You can apply for FRC in these three categories:

  • By Birth: The certificate produced will show the family details of your parents and siblings.
  • By Marriage: The certificate issued contains a list of your family, including your spouse and children.
  • By Adoption: The certificate issued will identify your family, including your guardian’s details.

The Family Registration Certificate shows the family structure (by birth or marriage) of the applicant as registered with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). If a person is not registered with NADRA and does not have a 13-digit ID number, their details will not be displayed in the FRC.

Family Registration Certificate

How can I apply for a Family Registration Certificate (FRC)?

You can visit the NADRA Registration Center (NRC) or apply through the Pak-Identity website.

NADRA Registration Center (NRC)

You can apply for a Family Registration Certificate (FRC) by visiting the nearest NADRA Registration Center (NRC). Steps to follow in NRC:

  • By Birth
    • You will be issued a token
    • Photograph of minors shall be taken
    • Your data will be entered and reviewed by yourself
    • Your required FRC will be printed and handed over
  • By Marriage
    • You will be issued a token
    • Photograph of minors shall be taken
    • Pictures of all the children will be taken
    • Your data will be entered and reviewed by yourself
    • Required FRC will be printed and handed over
    • In cases where children are equal to or greater than 18 years of age
    • A token will be issued
    • Your data will be entered and reviewed by yourself
    • Your required FRC will be printed and handed over
  • By Adoption
    • You will be issued a token
    • Photograph of minors shall be taken
    • The photograph of the adopted children will be taken (As per adoption rules the child needs to be less than 21 years of age)
    • Your data will be entered and reviewed by yourself
    • Your required FRC will be printed and handed over

Pak Identity Website

You can also apply for your Family Registration Certificate (FRC) from the comfort of your home by visiting Pak Identity website and having it delivered to your doorstep.

NADRA FRC Fee Structure

The fee to obtain a Family Registration Certificate (FRC) in the normal and executive categories is Rs 1,000.

Also read: How to Apply for B-Form (Child Registration Certificate)?

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