NADRA Developed App To Facilitate Citizens

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NADRA has created a smartphone app to make it easier for citizens to receive their computerized national identity cards and make changes to them online.

The PAK-ID Mobile App, developed by the National Database and Registration Authority, was launched by Prime Minister Imran Khan (NADRA). PM Imran Khan announced the launch of the PAK-ID Mobile App by NADRA in a tweet. He went on to say that it was a game-changing step in terms of ease, particularly for Pakistanis living abroad.

The applicants can now use a mobile phone to take fingerprints, pictures, and papers, according to the premier. He complimented Tariq Malik and the NADRA team for taking such a bold step.

According to a NADRA spokeswoman, the mobile app, which was created using cutting-edge technology, will be the first of its type in the world, allowing residents to submit information for CNICs using their smartphones.

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