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aadhaar enrolment

Aadhaar Card Enrolment and Data Correction Form

Last Update Date : August 13, 2018

aadhaar enrolment

We still remember the uproar created in the social media when the Aadhaar Card was proposed to be made mandatory for every Indian citizen of the country. But over the recent few months one can realize how the Aadhaar Card has become a key identity document.

Aadhaar Card is one of the major initiates taken by the Union Government to provide a unique identification to the citizens of the country. It also allows for a smooth flow of the governance and ensures eligible persons are not missed out in receiving the benefits or subsidies etc that are offered by the government. It is strictly advised that all the citizens of India apply for the Aadhaar Card as its helpful in linking with various bank accounts, mobile services etc. This guide explains the process to download the Aadhaar Enrolment Form.

Aadhaar Enrolment Form / Correction Form

The Aadhaar application is available at the Enrolment Centres or can be downloaded online from the UIDAI web site. It’s a two-page document with the first page that needs to be filled and the second page has instructions for reference while filling up the form.

The Aadhaar Enrolment Form can be used in case an individual wants to change or correct any of the details. In this scenario the 12-digit Aadhaar number needs to be entered and fill up those columns that needs to be corrected.

Download Procedure

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Click here to download the PDF Enrolment Form or follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the UIDAI web site  as shown in the screenshot below.

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Step 2: Click on Resources option and select “Download Forms’

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Step 3: Click on the ‘PDF’ icon to download the Enrolment Form to save it on the computer and take print of it.

aadhaar enrolment step 3Images Source: https://uidai.gov.in

How to Apply for Aadhaar Card

The first step to apply for Aadhaar Card is to fill up the Enrolment application form.

The Enrolment/Correction Form is available on the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) web site. The form can be downloaded and submitted online or by visiting the nearest Enrolment Centre. But the applicant should visit the Aadhaar Centre to submit the biometric and demographic details along with the proof of documents like Date of Birth certificate, Photo Identity, Address Proof etc.

Aadhaar Card – Eligibility

All Indian residents are eligible to apply and get an Aadhaar Card identity along with newborns in the country.  Either one of the parents can apply for an Aadhaar card for children below 5 years of age.

FAQ’s – Know your Aadhaar

1. How can I register my mobile number in Aadhaar Card?

The person has to visit nearest Enrolment Centre to update the mobile number. Otherwise at the time of application, once the mobile number is declared in the Enrolment form, it automatically gets linked with the Aadhaar Card.

2. How to check the status of Aadhaar Card application?

Once the enrolment process is done, the official at the centre provides the Acknowledgement Slip that has the Enrolment Number. This number is helpful in tracking the status of the application from the UIDAI web site.

3. Can I download / print my Aadhaar Card?

After the enrolment for Aadhaar Card and the card is not yet received by the applicant, then it can be downloaded through UIDAI portal. The E-Aadhaar is accepted everywhere until the actual card is despatched to the address mentioned in the registration form.

The government along with UIDAI has ensured that the Enrolment Centres assist the residents to apply and receive the Aadhaar card through smooth and simple process. This concept of providing universal identity to all Indian residents is treated to be one of the biggest reforms in the world. It is expected to contribute in avoiding corruption since a person carries one unique number. Also, it carries many more benefits like LPG Subsidy, Passport issuance in 10 days, Pension Credit, SEBI related services etc that makes life simpler of the people in the country.

Still confused and in case you would like to receive any further assistance, contact our experts at H&R Block India.

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