The National Identification Authority (NIA) will on Monday, December 19, begin premium services for the Ghana Card registration exercise at three of its regional offices. 

These are the Ashanti, Eastern, and Western Regions. 

This will be in addition to the NIA Head Office and Calbank Head Office in Accra. 

“The National Identification Authority (NIA) announces for the information of the general public that effective Monday, 19th December 2022, it will offer premium registration services at its Ashanti, Eastern, and Western Regional offices.

Ghana Card: NIA begins premium services at its Ashanti, Eastern and Western Regional offices today

“These centres will operate in addition to the premium centres at the NIA Head Office and Calbank Head Office in Accra,” excerpts of the press statement issued on Sunday, December 18, said. 

According to the Authority, the following services will attract specific fees. 

1. First-time registration and issuance of a Ghana Card-Ghc 280;

2. Replacement of lost, missing, or damaged cards-Ghc 110;

3. Update of a personal record that requires the printing of a new card- Ghc 110.

The following list of update services will also attract a fee,” the statement added. 

a. Change or correction of applicant’s name;

b. Change or correction of the order of applicant’s name;

c. Correction or addition of applicant’s previous name or maiden name;

d. Correction of applicant’s date of birth;

e. Change or correction of applicants nationality;

f. Correction of applicant’s gender;

g. Change or correction of applicant’s height.

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