Procedure To Get Child Registration Certificate (CRC)

 Procedure To Get Child Registration Certificate (CRC)

Child Registration Certificate is a means of registering a new born with your NADRA record. It is the fundamental right of a child to get a registration certificate from the place of origin. NADRA has been able to automate and in turn facilitate the process of acquiring Child Registration Certificates. CRC is also known as B-form.

CRC can be taken by providing documented proof of child birth from union council. Parent is required to be a holder of National Identity Card (NIC)/National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP). You are required to go to any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) to apply for CRC.

How can I apply for CRC?

You can apply for Child Registration Certificate (CRC) by going to the nearest NADRA Registration Center (NRC).

Following are the steps which you will be following at the NRC:

  • You will be issued a token
  • Your photograph will be captured
  • Your fingerprints and signature will be taken
  • Your required data entry will be done and form will be printed to be reviewed by yourself

You will be handed over a printed version of your application form. Once the form is printed and given to you, please submit the form to the concerned NRC after you have gotten it attested by gazetted officer. In case your spouse is available at the time of application at the NRC, their biometrics can be captured and as a result, attestation of the form is not required.

How long will it take from application completion to delivery?

Normally it will take 5 working days.

Click Here to Apply online for Child Registration Certificate (CRC)

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