We know that everything nowadays is linked with Aadhaar card. Still, some people have not enrolled for the Aadhaar card yet. To be an instance, Aadhaar card carries more value than any other document. Therefore, It is more essential than anything to get your Aadhar card enrolled. In this article, I have published the latest steps and procedures for the enrollment of a new Aadhaar card.
Aadhar Card Eligibility:
Not everyone can apply for the Aadhar card. Therefore, I have mentioned some of the eligibility criteria for the same.
- All Indian citizens are applicable to apply for Aadhar card.
- NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) who have lived in the country for a continuous period of 182 days are permitted to apply.
How to Enrol for Aadhaar Card?
You can enroll for Aadhar card at any Aadhar enrollment centre (Ex, Seva Kendra). You will find the list of nearest Aadhar enrollment centers near your location on the UIDAI website. To make it simple and quick, the UIDAI has authorized 10000+ Aadhar enrollment centers to operate. Anyway, let’s have a look at the steps that need to be done.
Step 1: Locate the nearest Aadhar enrollment centre near your location using the UIDAI website.
Step 2: Visit the particular and nearest enrollment centre.
Step 3: Submit all the required documents.
Step 4: Complete the biometric verification process.
Step 5: That’s it.
See, It was so simple and five-steps process. However, in case if the applicants do not have the required documents then the UIDAI has also made some arrangements on the exception basis. Let’s have a look at both of the exceptions.
- Head of the family (HOF) based exception: Under this exception, the head of the family need to submit their document and also need to prove their relationship with the applicant. The applicant application will be processed only after this.
- Introducer-based application: There are some cases that an applicant is not having any valid documents for Aadhar enrollment. They can ask for help from the introducer and the Introducer can be contacted through the aadhar enrollment centre.
Is the enrollment process done? Now what?
Well, you can now wait for your Aadhar card to get delivered in your doorstep. Alternatively, you can check the status of your Aadhar Card using the official UIDAI website.
You can also download the same copy of your Aadhar card online. You only need the registered mobile number that is linked with your Aadhar card.
I already have mentioned the importance of having an Aadhar card in the 21st century. In India, almost 90% of the things are linked with Aadhar card. Therefore, If you have not enrolled for the Aadhar card yet then enroll for it now. In this article, I have added all the processes along with eligibility for Aadhar card. You can quickly apply for the Aadhar card by visiting the nearest Aadhar enrollment centre. Still, If there are any doubts? You can ask us in the comments section.