How to check CNIC information

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How to check CNIC information

Citizens of Pakistan are issued a Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC).

It is a combination of the latest technology and clearly defined business rules to ensure its authenticity and viability.

Every Pakistani citizen aged 18 and over is eligible for a CNIC.
Easily track any number or cnic with the help of this app.

The CNIC number consists of three parts, the first five digits of which indicate the province, division, tehsil and federation council of your place of residence, for example “12101”.

People whose CNIC number starts with 1 belong to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Likewise, if it is number 2, it is the CNIC carrier of FATA. The numbers 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7

were assigned to the populations of Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, Islamabad and Gilgit-Baltistan respectively.

The seven-digit symbol between two dashes is called the family number.

For example, ***** – 1234567-x will help create a family tree.

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The CNIC Information with Photo can help you to check your CNIC Information 2022.

CNIC Information with Photo app allows you to check your CNIC Information 2022 online.

You can also check all CNIC information along with CNIC information with photo. If you want to know all information about CNIC,

CNIC Information with Photo app will help you. If you search CNIC number here, you will get CNIC number range. (Province, District and Tehsil).

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The CNIC number consists of three parts, of which the first five digits, for example “12345” refer to the division,

province, tehsil and union council of your region or homeland.

Those whose CNIC number starts with 1 belong to KPK.

Similarly, if it holds 2, the CNIC is a holder of FATA. Numbers 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are assigned to the residents of Punjab, Sindh,

Balochistan, Islamabad and Gilgit-Baltistan respectively.

A seven-digit code between two hyphens is called a family number.
For example, *****-1234567-x helps create a family tree.

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We offer only a structured browsing method and make no representation that the information provided is correct.

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The app is intended for educational purposes and we take no responsibility for any misuse.

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