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Pensioners Verification

Pensioners Verification

8/1/2017 11:00:57 AM
 




















 

1. Visit your nearest NIB office

2. Verify online through our Registrant Self-Service (RSS) portal 

This self-service optimization facility has many benefits, among which is making NIB's services more accessible to its valuable customers. It decreases the need for customers to actually come in person to our offices. (Click here for the RSS portal )

3. Have a Sanctioned Authority complete the relevant sections of form B75a  or B75b.


• Counsel or Attorney of the Supreme Court 
• Any Public Officer above the rank of Assistant Head of Department
• An ordained Minister of Religion (Pastor)
• Bank Manager
• Magistrate
• Justice of the Peace.
If you live outside of The Bahamas, you can also have your form validated by a l Notary Public l Lawyer l Chief of Police.

 

Download forms here:
Form: B75a (Assistance Verification)               

Form: B75b (Benefit Verification) 








 
   



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