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Get Aadhar card – Here we cover the step by step process of Aadhar card registration and procedure to apply near by any aadhar enrollment center.

The UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) which functions under the Planning commission of India and also perform main actions of the Aadhar Card related services.

The Aadhar card consists of the citizen/individual details such as Address, Name, Date of Birth along with the 12-digit Aadhar number which is also provided by UIDAI itself.

Procedure To Get An Aadhar Card

To get an Aadhar card the candidate has to follow the procedure which is explained in this section of the article. The candidate has to visit the Aadhar Enrollment Centers in the locality.

The procedure of How to check for Aadhar Enrollment centres are been shared in the last rows of the article. The rows are just the brief introduction of How to check for an Enrollment center..

  • Visit the nearest Enrollment center or UIDAI Office.
  • Carry the proof documents along with you to the center..
  • Get an Application form at the center or office.
  • You can have the application form in any language you prefer.

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Fill in the blank columns with your details. The details filled to be of genuine information. Details should be as per the data registered in the proof documents to get an aadhar card.

Attach proper passport sized photographs to the application form. Read all the points noted in the application form before submission. Sign the form with your signature.

  • After filling all the details you must ensure them if correct or not.
  • Don’t leave any mistake unchecked in filling the details.
  • At last, attach the proof documents to the application form.
  • The documents submitted should be issued by any of the government bodies.

Then submit the form to the Officials in the centre. Your attached documents are verified by them. If all the documents seem to be verified then you will be given a reference number.

  • Then wait for 2-3 weeks for the aadhar card to get delivered to you.

The reference number is used to check the status of your Aadhar card application. You can also obtain the Aadhar card manually by visiting the aadhar offices.

If you find any mistakes after receiving the aadhar card then you have to Modify your Aadhar card details by visiting the aadhar card offices or UIDAI offices in your area.

For those who don’t know the Location of Aadhar Enrollment Centres can search and locate the Enrollment centre in their area based on their locality details.

Documents Required To Apply For Aadhar Card

The documents which are to be submitted as proof documents in order to get an Aadhar card are issued to you by any Government sectors or bodies.

The list of the Documents that are accepted during getting an Aadhar card is been listed below.

  • Proof Of Identity(PoI)
  • Proof of Relationship(PoR)
  • Proof Of Address(PoA)
  • Proof of Date of Birth(DoB)

POI Documents:

The voter card, PAN card or any passport can be accepted by the UIDAI as the proof of Identity documents. These documents should be original and not be faked.

POR Documents:

Birth Certificate issued by Registrar of Birth, Municipal or CGHS/State Government/ECHS/ESIC Medical card can be accepted as the Proof of Relation documents.

POA Documents:

Bank Statement/Passbook or Post Office Account Statement/Passbook are the some of the documents which are accepted as the Proof of Address by the Aadhar card offices.

Along with all these documents the below category of documents also should be submitted if you want to get an Aadhar card.

DOB Documents:

Birth certificate or SSLC certificate can be allowed to attach them to application form who are interested in getting an Aadhar card.

The list of the proof documents required to get an Aadhar card by submitting those is been shared in our articles on this website.

The above is the procedure to apply/Registration of UIDAI card near by any enrollment center.

In case if you do have any doubts please do let us know, we can help you out.

Updated: March 13, 2018 — 6:46 am
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