AADHAR CARD STATUS

AADHAR CARD STATUS ONLINE

Government of India has maintained a unique identification numbers of the citizens of India in the form of Aadhar cards. Every Indian has its solo distinctiveness and so is the variant identification Aadhar card numbers. Enlistments of Aadhar cards are extend over 75 crores and are still budding. Aadhar card is eminent as it’s a person’s integrity which is authorised by the government of India.

UIDAI administer an official website where people can review their Aadhar card status, update information and can download an E-Aadhar card in case if they have cast away or have not acquired it.

PRY YOUR AADHAR CARD STATUS

Aadhar card holders can check their Aadhar card statuses at the official website bestowed by the government of India. You can audit in both the cases, if you have your enrolment number as well as if you don’t have that. With the availability of your enrolment number you can simply go to the website and enter your details as per the instructions given on the website. But make sure that you access correct information like full name, mobile number etc. which you have cataloged at your Aadhar card office. It was one affair that you have your particulars so you can rein your Aadhar card status, but what if you don’t have an access to your Enrolment number?

SCRUTINIZE YOUR AADHAR CARD STATUS WITHOUT ENROLMENT NUMBER

Check in Unique Identification Authority of India website and tick on the Aadhar Service button, two options will appear, FIND UID and EID, choose EID to get your Enrolment ID. Enter your specifics full name, email or mobile number so that you can obtain an OTP at the mobile number`. Copy OTP and security code on the official website of UIDAI. Once you will enter the details on the website you will automatically receive your Enrolment ID on your phone or on your e-mail. Once you have received your Enrolment ID, click Check Status option and enter the 14 digit number with your other personal details asked by UIDAI, your particulars will be consigned to your mobile by the Unique Identification Authority of India.

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