The National Identification Authority (NIA), has mentioned that the general population adapt themselves with the requirements for the enrollment of Ghana Card.
The Authority said it had recommenced premium enlistment practices at its Headquarters in Accra and requested that certified individuals know the necessities for quiet enrollment.
Agency and embraced by Abudu Abdul-Ganiyu, Ag. Head, Corporate Affairs, NIA, said the enrollment was opened to Ghanaians developed 15 years or more at 14 picked work environments of the Ghana Revenue Authority the country over.
"The enrollment essentials as given by law stay as follows: a one of a kind copy of a Birth Certificate; or a special copy of a considerable Passport; or an extraordinary copy of a genuine Certificate of Acquired Citizenship," It said.
The declaration said where an up-and-comer didn't have any of the reports demonstrated more than, a relative of the competitor who had successfully enrolled and given with a Ghana Card could vouch for the applicant having committed to come clean.
It said where the applicant had no known relatives, two individuals developed 18 years or more and known to the up-and-comer and who had both selected and given with Ghana Cards could comparatively vouch for the competitor having committed to come clean.
The attestation said the two individuals, ready to vouch for an applicant should fall inside the going with classes: a practicing or surrendered capable instructor, (checking chiefs, directors and headteachers), a Gazetted Chief, a practicing or surrendered Magistrate or Judge, an approved capable for instance a Medical Doctor, a Nurse, a Lawyer, an Accountant, an Engineer, an Architect, a serving or surrendered Civil Servant.
Others fused a serving or surrendered Public Servant, a serving or surrendered Clergyman, an Imam, a serving or surrendered Catechist, a serving or surrendered individual from the Security Services, including the Ghana Police Service, Ghana Armed Forces, Ghana Prison Service, Ghana Immigration Service, Ghana National Fire Service, Bureau of National Investigations, Customs, Excise and Preventive Service of the Ghana Revenue Authority and National Security.
Similarly, a current or past Member of Parliament, a current or past Assemblyman, or a current or past individual from a Unit Committee.
It said all up-and-comers who turned up at an enrollment spot would need to join the Ghana Post Digital Address of their home since it was moreover an obligatory need.
Likewise, the attestation said up-and-comers who had other Government-gave character records, for instance, the Voter ID Card, NHIS Card, SSNIT biometric Card, Driver's License and Tax Identification Number (TIN) were expected to bring them along when applying to select for a Ghana Card for data harmonization and joining.
"The NIA continues begging the general populace to assist its specialists at all enlistment networks the country over to ensure continuing with progress," it said.
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