Saturday, May 6, 2017

Frequently Asked questions about Aadhar Card

What is Aadhar?
A.) Aadhar is a unique identity 12 Digit number issued by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). No resident can have a duplicate number since it is linked to their individual biometrics.
2) What is Full-form of UIDAI?
A.) The Full Form of UIDAI is Unique Identification Authority of India. It’s Government Agency that is Responsible behind all the Aadhar Card Process. It has All the Database of Aadhar Holders. 
3) How to Get Aadhar Card? 
A.) The Procedure is Simple. Go to the Nearest Aadhar Card Kendra > Fill up Aadhar Application > Provide all the Documents > Provide Biometric like Finger Prints. It’s Done. You will be Given Aadhar Slip for Future Reference. Your Aadhar Card Will be Delivered within 90 Days By Courier. 
4) What is E-aadhar?
A.) Eaadhar is Kind of Digital Aadhar Card. After Filling up Aadhar Application you don’t Have to Wait for 90 Days If you Want Aadhar. It’s Also called Duplicate Aadhar Card. If your Original Aadhar Card Copy has Lost You can Generate Eaadhar as Valid ID Proof.
5) Is Aadhar is Valid ID?
A.) As Per the Government, Aadhar Is not Officially AAnnouncedas Valid ID Proof But We can Say that Day by Day the Importance of Aadhar Card is Increasing. So We suggest that Every Indian Citizen Must have their Aadhar Card.
6) Who is eligible for Aadhaar?
A.) Any resident of India including infants can enroll Aadhaar. NRIs and foreign citizens residing in India can also enroll for Aadhaar.
7)  Is it compulsory/mandatory to enroll for Aadhaar?
A.) NO. It’s Not Compulsory But Yes To get Many Advantages and Latest Government Schemes Benefits Aadhar Card is Essential.
8) Is Eaadhar/Duplicate Aadhar is Valid ID Proof?
A.) Yes. eaadhar is Valid ID Proof.
9) Are there any Fees to Get Aadhar?
A.) No. There is No Fee to be Paid when Enrollment of Aadhar Card.
10) What are the documents required for Aadhaar enrollment?
A.) You need to bring Proof of Identity (PoI) and Proof of Address (PoA) documents at the enrollment center. 

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