How to Check Enrollment Status of Aadhaar / UID

Aadhaar card or Unique Identity card (UID) is a must have card for all Indian residents and is very beneficial to all in day to day financial and other work. It is not like Driving license (DL) which can only be made after 18 years of age, rather it is a card for everyone, even an infant should have an Aadhaar/UID card. Aadhaar card number will serve as a proof of identity and address, anywhere in India like in traveling, applying for PAN card, Passport etc.

Aadhaar UID Card

What is Aadhaar ?

Government Aadhaar website has given below definition of Aadhaar card, which is quite self explanatory.

Aadhaar is a 12 digit individual identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India on behalf of the Government of India.

Any individual, irrespective of age and gender, who is a resident in India and satisfies the verification process laid down by the UIDAI can enroll for Aadhaar.

Why Aadhaar is needed ?

Aadhhar is a very important card, as it serves your identity all over India. It is a perfect card for all multiple needs. Whether you have to open bank account or have to apply for passport, this is the card for you. It also helps in school and university admission.

Check Enrollment Status of Aadhaar / UID

If you have applied for your Aadhaar card already in your area, then you can check status of your Aadhaar/UID card online. To check status of your Aadhaar enrollment, you will have to visit Aadhaar official government website

Aadhaar Enrolment Status

As shown above, you will have to enter your Enrollment number, date and time to get status of your card. Usually it takes 45 days to show your Aadhaar/UID status online and 3 months time to deliver your Aadhaar card to your homes.

Even if you have not received your Aadhaar card till now to your door steps, then you can take print out of your online Aadhaar card. For any issue or help regarding Aadhaar card you can contact below email id and toll free phone number.

Email : – help[@]
Toll free no. : 1800 180 1947

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