Tuesday, 30 October 2018

How to get Aadhaar card now Simple steps to follow

Government made it mandatory for filing Income Tax Returns, other services/benefits and notified that non-compliance could even make PAN invalid later this year, Aadhaar has suddenly became a 'must have'. While most of us now have an Aadhaar card, some still don't have it.
So if you are among those few who do not have Aadhaar, here's a step-wise guide on how to get it:

1. Visit the enrolment centre and carry valid Proof of Identity (POI) and proof of address and photocopies of the same.

2. Fill out the enrolment form correctly ensuring there's no mistake and mandatory fields are not left blank, record your biometrics and submit the documents.

3. Collect the acknowledgement slip which has your Enrolment ID. The turnaround time to get the Aadhaar card is 90 days. The card is sent by post to your registered address.

Locating the Enrolment Centre and Valid Documents

You can go to any authorized Aadhaar enrolment centre anywhere in India with your proof of identity and proof of address documents. Aadhaar enrolment is free of cost.

Click here to find the nearest enrolment centre.

UIDAI process accepts wide range of identity and address proof documents. Common proofs of identity and address are election photo ID card, Ration card, passport and driving license.

Click here for the list of Valid Documents.

As per the UIDAI website, Photo ID cards like PAN card and Govt ID cards are permissible for identity proof. Address proof documents also include water - electricity - Landline telephone bills for the last three months.

However, if you do not have the listed identity proof and address proof there's a way out. A Certificate of Identity with photo issued by Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead can be accepted as identity proof. Certificate of Address with photo issued by MP or MLA /Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead or by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) is acceptable as valid address proof.

As mentioned above, the UIDAI accepts a wide range of documents, so cases where applicant doesn't have any valid ID proof are very rare.

Filling out the form and recording biometrics

At the enrolment centre, you need to fill out the Enrolment Form. Your photo, finger-prints and iris scan will be taken as a part of the enrolment process. You can review the details you have provided and make corrections during enrolment itself. Providing a valid mobile number has now become mandatory.

In special cases where applicant's any or all fingers / Iris are missing enrolment is still possible. Aadhaar software has provisions to handle such exceptions.

You need to bring originals documents for Aadhaar enrolment. These originals will be scanned and handed back to you after the enrolment.

Acknowledgement slip and Enrolment ID

An acknowledgment slip with an enrolment number and other details captured during process will be given to you once the enrolment is complete. Any correction in the enrolment data can be done within 96 hours or 4 days of enrolment by visiting the enrolment centre with the acknowledgement slip.

However, if you're unable to get the details corrected within 96 hours of enrolment, you can get the corrections done later after the Aadhaar is generated.

There's a turnaround time of 90 days for Aadhaar generation from the date of enrolment.

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