The Aadhaar card is a 12-digit unique identification number that is issued to every resident of India. The UIDAI functions under the planning commission of India which is responsible for managing Aadhaar numbers and issuing Aadhaar identification cards.
The Aadhaar project was initiated as an attempt towards having a single and unique identification document or number that would contain the identification details of an individual including demographic and biometric information. It helps the government pass on the benefits of welfare schemes in an efficient manner.
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Listed below are some instances where you will benefit if you are an Aadhaar card holder:
Proof of identity and proof of address are the documents required to apply for Aadhaar card. The list of acceptable documents is:
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After successfully applying for the Aadhaar card at the enrolment centre, the applicants will receive an acknowledgement slip that will contain the enrolment ID which can be used to check the status of Aadhaar. To check the status of Aadhaar card online, you can follow the steps given below:
The UIDAI provides online service to download and print the soft copy of Aadhaar card which is accepted everywhere.
According to the Supreme Court verdict, Aadhaar card linking is not mandatory for bank accounts and mobile. The Supreme Court said that Aadhaar is not mandatory for mobile connections and no school, company or institute can force anyone to reveal their Aadhaar card number.
However, there are some services where linking of Aadhaar card is mandatory like filing for income tax returns or availing the benefits of government welfare schemes.
The Supreme Court has also instructed the state to refrain from asking for Aadhaar details for various services like getting gas connections, for marriage registrations and vehicle registration. But, Aadhaar card enables people to save time by enabling the Aadhaar based authentication. So, Aadhaar has become deeply entrenched in the lives of people.
The e-Aadhaar is the digital form of Aadhaar card. It is the electronic format of the Aadhaar card and can be easily downloaded and printed. The e-Aadhaar is a digitally signed legally valid document, as per the Aadhaar act 2016. The e-Aadhaar can be downloaded from the UIDAI online portal. This helps the card holder gain access to important identification documents like the Aadhaar card anytime, anywhere.
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