Aadhaar card is a very essential identification document needed for various purposes. You can get your bank account, link it with Aadhaar card to make payments, use it for verification purposes in schools, colleges and passport renew application etc.
Aadhaar card is one unique identification document whose primary purpose it to prove your Identity as a permanent resident of India. Therefore ,it is certainly important to get your Aadhaar card made as soon as possible especially, at this point of demonetization where Aadhaar card is really playing a very important role.
For people who have already got their Aadhaar card made and want to check its delivery status. They can check it online instead of visiting the office regularly. Once you have applied for the card, you’ll be getting a receipt which will indicate the time and date of registration and the enrollment number. Before checking the status online, please be ready with the slip and your mobile phone for one time password.
Check Aadhaar card status online
Visit the official website of Uidai.
Click on “Get enrolled” from the quick menu provided on the top of the page
Then click on “Check Aadhaar status”. It will redirect you to the next page.
Now enter your enrollment number, date and time of registration.
Enter the captcha and click on submit.
The website will provide you with a one time password, enter the password from your mobile phone and click on submit again.
If the website indicates the card is still under process, means it is still not ready otherwise it would be reaching you any time now.
Please note that the maximum time it takes to create your unique identification card is 90 days, therefore please wait till these days finish off.
Aadhaar card isn’t a compulsory document in India but a vital paper to prove your identification. So if yet you have not got it made, please run for it, it might be a great aid for you in the future. For any query regarding this, please feel free to write your comments below. Thank you!
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