Juvenile card is an identity card issued to children under the age of 18 years. The chip-based card is distinguished from Child Registration Certificate (CRC) as it is an ‘entitled document’ with multiple facilities. Child’s parents or blood relative holding a valid National Identity Card (NIC) is required to be physically present for providing the biometrics. Please visit any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) to apply for Juvenile card as the online facility is not available.
You can apply for your Juvenile Card (JV) by visiting any 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 got it attested either by a blood relative (father/mother/brother/sister/daughter/son) or any gazetted officer.
There are three means in which a card can be delivered.
- Normal – 31 days
- Urgent – 23 days
- Fast Track – 9 Days (Queue priority at NRCs for immediate processing)
Please note that the processing time of your application starts after submission of your attested form.
A citizen obtaining two or more identity cards/certificates with different Identity Numbers is marked “DUP” in NADRA database. Once you apply for DUP clearance, one of your Juvenile Card will be retained while the other (duplicate) will be surrendered automatically. Citizen will have a choice to retain any one of his/her NICs/Certificates through an application made to National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA).
You can visit any NADRA Registration Center (NRC) and apply for “DUP” clearance.
The fee charged for this is Rs. 1000 and Rs. 10,000 for different particulars.