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An Aadhaar number is a 12-digit dynamic identification number that serves as a confirmation of an individual’s identity and residence location in India. It is a one-of-a-kind document since it is issued based on the individual’s biometric and demographic information. The Aadhar card is intended for all Indian residents and does not apply to non-resident Indians (NRIs).

The Aadhaar Enrolment Form is available both online and offline. This allows individuals to select the option that is most convenient for them. You must go to the UIDAI’s official website to secure this form online. To complete the offline procedure, go to your local bank or post office that has been designated as an Aadhaar Enrolment Centre. Every city in India has a large number of enrolling centres to guarantee that people of that state may readily access them.

Aadhar Enrollment Online

Enrollment in Aadhaar may be accomplished by following these easy steps:

  • Download the Aadhaar Enrolment Form from the UIDAI’s website, or just download it from here, and then print it.
  • Enter the needed information precisely and check for any misrepresentation or suppression of information.
  • Once you’ve finished filling out the form, take it to any authorized Aadhaar enrolment center in the city, along with photocopies of your identification, residence, and age documents. Through UIDAI’s webpage, you may find your local Aadhaar Card Enrolment Centers in your city by entering information about your State, Pin Code, or Search Box.
  • Please provide these proofs with your enrollment form.
  • After providing your biometric and iris scan, an on-the-spot photograph will be taken.
  • You will get an acceptance receipt including your enrollment number, which will allow you to follow the progress of your Aadhaar card online.

Aadhar Enrollment through Aadhar Enrolment Center:

The offline approach for Aadhaar enrolment consists of the following steps:

  • For the Aadhaar Enrolment Form, go to your local Aadhaar Enrolment Centre. Through UIDAI’s webpage, you may find your local Aadhaar Card Enrolment Centers in your city by entering information about your State, Pin Code, or Search Box.
  • Fill out the form completely and accurately, making sure there is no misrepresentation or suppression of information.
  • Submit the form together with photocopies of identification, address, and age verification. Remember to bring the original documents with you for verification.
  • After providing your biometric and iris scan, an on-the-spot photograph will be taken.
  • You will get an acceptance receipt including your enrollment number, which will allow you to follow the progress of your Aadhaar card online.

How to Locate an Aadhaar Enrollment Centre in your City

Visit the official website (appointments.uidai.gov.in)

There are three methods to look for Aadhaar enrollment centers in the city.

  1. State – Enter your state and other relevant data that will show you the enrollment centers near you.
  2. Postal Pincode – With the postal code other and other relevant information.
  3. Search Boc (District or Locality) – You can search by entering the state, and district to see the permanent centers.

Aadhar Center – FAQs

Q1. Why would one need to visit the Aadhaar center?

To enroll in Aadhaar for yourself or a family member, you would need to go to an Aadhaar Enrolment Center. If your Aadhaar’s Demographic data (Name, Address, DoB, Gender, Mobile Number, and Email) are out of date, you can get them changed by visiting an Aadhaar Enrolment Center. Aadhaar-holder children (above the age of 15) and anyone who needs to update their biometric information (fingerprints, iris, and photograph) must also visit an enrolment facility. Please provide proper address proof documentation.

Q2. Can I enroll for an Aadhaar card online?

Yes, you can. You can do it online by visiting the official website.

Q3. Is it possible to get an Aadhaar in a day?

After receiving an Aadhaar Card order from a resident, UIDAI will deliver the printed Aadhaar Card to the DoP within 5 working days.

Q4. How many days does an Aadhaar update take?

An Aadhaar update or correction can take up to 90 days to be done.

Q5. How to check for my Aadhaar update status?

You can visit the official website, and request a status check by entering your enrolment id and date and time.

Q6. Who Assigns Aadhar number?

The Aadhaar number is assigned by the statutory organization, UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India), which is registered with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The Government of India established it in January 2009. The government has made the linkage of Aadhaar numbers essential for services such as bank accounts, cell phone numbers, and so on, and is working hard to make the procedure mandatory for additional services such as Demat accounts, driving licenses, LPG subsidies, and so on

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