How to Cancel NADRA CNIC After Death? The Ultimate Guide

CNIC Cancellation Certificate

NADRA CNIC Cancellation Certificate is a registration document issued to record the cancellation of an identity card in the event of a citizen’s death. Any relative holding a valid NIC/NICOP and union council death certificate of the deceased family member can apply for cancellation. The original ID of the deceased is destroyed in the NRC to prevent misuse. The applicant should visit any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) to apply for a Certificate of CNIC cancellation.

Required Documents for a NADRA CNIC Cancellation Certificate

  • Death Certificate of a deceased family member, issued by the Union Council.
  • Original CNIC or CNIC Number (if the original card is not available).

How to Apply for a NADRA CNIC Cancellation Certificate After Death?

You can get your Certificate of Cancellation (CC) from any NADRA Registration Center (NRC). Following are the steps to follow at the NRC for the cancellation of CNIC:

  • A token will be issued to you
  • Your photograph will be captured
  • Your fingerprints and signature will be taken
  • Required data entry will be done and form will be printed to be reviewed by yourself
  • You will be handed a printed version of your application form

After the form is printed and issued to you, send it to the concerned NRC after it is attested by your blood relative (father/mother/brother/sister/daughter/son) or a notified officer.

NADRA CNIC Cancellation Certificate Fee

There is no fee for the cancellation of CNIC of deceased person.

Delivery Time

CNIC Cancellation Certificate by NADRA will be issued after 7 working days from the date of form submission.

Also read: How to Replace Lost CNIC in Pakistan: Step-by-Step Guide

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