Sharif filed an appeal against his conviction in the Islamabad High Court and also filed a separate petition seeking suspension of the sentence until adjudication of his appeal.
The new case is based on fresh evidence found by the NAB which has also listed seven new witnesses, including two based in the UK, who would testify in the court.
Three corruption cases were registered against Sharif on September 8 following the Supreme Court verdict of July 28 that also disqualified Sharif as the prime minister.
Sharif along with his daughter Maryam Sharif and son-in- law Muhammad Safdar directly went to the Accountability Court after arriving from Lahore.
Sharif and some of his family members are facing charges relating to their ownership of properties in London in connection with the Panama Papers scandal.
Pakistan's anti-graft body today approached the Islamabad High Court against the release of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law in corruption cases linked to the Panama Papers scandal.