How To Get AADHAR Cards – Procedure For AADHAR Cards

From this article, you will know how to proceed for AADHAR cards or UID cards and how to apply and get Aadhar cards offline and online. An AADHAR card is a Unique Identification card number for each Indian citizen. Learn the benefit of Aadhar card. Aadhar card progress is going on in most of the states, districts and villages in India. From this, you will know how to proceed for AADHAR card or UID Cards.

Are you looking for latest information on Aadhar card or AADHAR News? No idea how to get it or how to apply for Aadhar? If yes, read this article to get some idea on this.

How to get AADHAR card or UID card?

Long back, Government authority took survey on each area in India to get the residents detail in order to save their personal and confidential data to proceed for Aadhar cards next pace. It is possible for all the residents that they might have given their complete detail so far to relevant authority upon AADHAR survey taken during 2010-11.

After this process, if you would like to know How to get AADHAR for you right now, then find its detail. You have to approach to nearest Aadhar card processing center where they distribute Aadhar card application form which you have to collect and fill it accordingly. Once you filled the Aadhar card application form, you have to submit application form along with relevant credential such as, Address proof and Identification proof to relevant authority to move further.

How to proceed for AADHAR card or UID card

To process Aadhar card, there might be a long queue in the center; you can go and process it during week-days to done it quickly, you will face problems in long queue if you go for its process on Weekends (Saturday and Sunday). Many citizens don't know how to proceed for AADHAR card even though there guideline and huge advertisement via newspaper, television and local area news etc. already available.

You have nothing to worry on this process even if you have no basic ideas about Aadhar card procedure. You will get question yourself upon processing Aadhar card like, what are the document we supposed to submit for Aadhar card at the center, how long it will take to process? When Aadhar card will dispatch to your resident at address, who will contact us when Aadhar cards comes to our nearest Post office, what is the benefit of Aadhar cards etc.

Once you approach the Aadhar center, they will verify your original and copy of the documents and then they will say you "Yes" or "No" for next pace. If everything is going well, then you have done the right things so it will be on its way back to you.

AADHAR card or UID card Process

Aadhar card authority will cross check your document and they will let you know in case you miss some document or application detail. If everything is correct, then Aadhar card authority will let you know and go for the next step with your valid document and AADHAR application. Now, you have to proceed to next counter (or sometime they get the application only at the counter and possible that they might call you at your mobile number given after some days as an appointment to process it).

The next counter authority will let you sit in front of the computer system at their premises once cross checking your Aadhar application credentials. This is just scanning and important process to enter the data in their system. Authority will ask you to touch a small system to get your fingerprints, and they will let you know to see on a small device for eyes-scanning, once they are done, authority will then enter your name, address, contact number and other personal detail into their system, and they will let you cross check the detail entered and ask for missing in the system if any to correct it on the spot itself. Don't ignore to check the detail to avoid later disappointment.

AADHAR card acknowledgment

Once the entire Aadhar card process is confirmed with you, the next question will be from authority is, whether you would like to open a saving bank account or associate an existing saving bank account with AADHAR card. It will happen before finishing the final touch process on Aadhar cards, after the confirmation on this, the authority will then take a print out and give you Aadhar card acknowledgement where you have to keep the receipt for its further claim or you can use this reference to check your Aadhar card process and its status online.

Other than the queue, this process will take around 10 to 15 minutes, if there is long queue – then you have to spend almost a day to finish this process with authority. Once you get Aadhar card acknowledgement, you have to just wait for few months or maximum for three months to get your AADHAR original card from Government concern to your address.

Aadhar card useful and advantage

Aadhar card will help you to keep as an Indian citizen card with its unique number; it will help you for various legal matters such as Address proof, identification proof, personal detail contents, authority relevance matter and other various identification proofs on any legal affairs. You will receive this card by registered post, you will receive a call (phone number given in application form) from nearest Post office where you have to get post office authority name to reach and contact for further claim of your Aadhar cards.

Once you received Aadhar card from the post office authority, you may check it and cut the below side of the Aadhar card where cutting mark is mentioned, this card size is as same as normal identification card after cutting it but you will get this Aadhar card as a larger size one. Upper portion of this card can keep aside for further and future reference required if any. Also, you may laminate Aadhar card if you would like to protect it from any damages in the future.

Earlier, we have given some guidelines for AADHAR card - please check this article to get more detail on Aadhar.

Tips: You can download or take a print out of your Aadhar card (like a original one) from official website only after enrolling it and when have its reference number.

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