How to solve your Aadhaar Card related Problems?

Aadhaar card under UID project is going to be implemented in whole India in next few months. Many states have already started making Aadhaar cards for Indian citizens. 

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

This number will serve as a proof of identity and address, anywhere in 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 enrol for Aadhaar.

Each individual needs to enroll only once which is free of cost.

Each Aadhaar number will be unique to an individual and will remain valid for life. Aadhaar number will help you provide access to services like banking, mobile phone connections and other Govt and Non-Govt services in due course.

This article will answer following queries related with Aadhaar card:

  • Some common facts of Aadhaar card – What aadhaar is and what aadhaar isn't
  • How to find your enrolment number?
  • How to track the status of your Aadhaar card?
  • Where to submit your aadhaar related queries?
  • When will I get my aadhaar card?
  • Where to enrol for Aadhaar card?
  • How to update your aadhaar data?
  • Will there be a grievance redressal mechanism?
  • What is the Registrar / EA’s role in grievance resolution?
  • What if a Resident gets rejected by the UIDAI and is not issued the Aadhaar no.?
  • What if a Resident misplaces his Aadhaar letter /forgets his Aadhaar no.?
  • What if the Aadhaar letter does not get delivered to a Resident?
  • What can the Resident do if there are spelling mistakes / other demographic error in his/her Aadhaar letter?

 

Many people are facing problems in enrollment for Aadhaar card. Long lines of people waiting for their turn, no proper schedule when to come for your aadhaar card and after enrolment what to do if you don't get aadhaar card. The list is endless.

This article will address some of the common problems facing by them.

Some common facts of Aadhaar card

 

How to find your enrolment number?

You'll get your enrolment slip when you register yourself for aadhaar card i.e. after submitting all required documents, giving your fingerprints and retina scanning.

You MUST keep this enrolment slip in a safe place because it is the ONLY proof you have for the enrolment for aadhaar card and to track it.

Here is one of the sample of such enrolment slip.

The above image clearly shows where to find your enrolment number, date and time of enrolment. These 3 things will help you to track your aadhaar card.

 

How to track the status of your Aadhaar card?

I am not going to repeat this process as I've already written a detailed article on the same at https://www.investmentkit.com/articles/2013/01/how-to-check-your-aadhaar-card-status-online/

Please go through that.

Just I want to mention one point here that ever since I wrote that article, I'm getting number of comments from people submitting their complaints to me. Let me answer that here. 

This is NOT the right place to post your complaints related to aadhaar card. Read further below where to submit then.

 

Where to submit your aadhaar related queries?

Any resident seeking enrolment is given a printed acknowledgement form with an Enrolment Number, that enables the resident to make queries about her/his enrolment status through any communication channel of the contact centre.

 

Voice – 1800-180-1947 

Fax – 080-2353 1947 

Letters – PO Box 1947, GPO Bangalore – 560001 

Email – [email protected]

 

When will I get my aadhaar card?

The most common query is:  "when will I get my aadhaar card?"

 

Your Aadhaar number should reach the address provided during enrolment normally within 90 days of enrolment. If not, the resident will need to call/email the UIDAI Contact Centre with the enrolment number.

 

For that click on http://services.ptcmysore.gov.in/Speednettracking/Track/UIDTrack.aspx



You'll get screen like this:

 

Enter the same information again here like your Enrolment number, date and time and click on verify.

You'll get the status from Indian Post department on when will you receive your Aadhaar card.

If you don't get the required information there, you need to contact the UIDAI contact centre for such queries.

 

Where to enrol for Aadhaar card?

If you've not enrolled for aadhaar card yet, it's time to wake up and start the process.

You need to visit http://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx and select your state, district and area. It will show to enrolment centre with contact details of the concerned person, starting date and ending date.

 

How to update your aadhaar data?

Another common query is how to update your aadhaar data. 

This query Has already been answered in detail here https://www.investmentkit.com/articles/2013/02/how-to-update-your-aadhaar-data/

 

Some Frequently Asked Questions on Grievance Redressal Mechanism

 

Will there be a grievance redressal mechanism?

Yes, there will be concern and issues that residents or UIDAI eco system partner may have in terms of enrolment, authentication and identity frauds etc. . The UIDAI has set up a Contact Centre that serves as a single point of contact for the organization. The existing channels of communications are :

Voice (Helpline number: 1800 1801947), FAX (080-2353 1947 ,Letter (P.O. Box number 1947, Bengaluru- 560 001) and E-mail ([email protected] ).

 

What is the Registrar / EA’s role in grievance resolution?

The registrar is expected to put in place a team that would serve to quickly address any matters requiring resolution that may pertain to the Registrar, but may be conveyed to the UIDAI Contact Centre. Queries / grievances which need Registrar/enrolment agency involvement will be transferred to the Registrar appointed nodal officer through a web portal. The time taken for resolutions will be finalized jointly.

 

What if a Resident gets rejected by the UIDAI and is not issued the Aadhaar no.?

The reason for rejection along with steps to be taken post rejection will be communicated to the resident and the Registrar.

 

What if a Resident misplaces his Aadhaar letter /forgets his Aadhaar no.?

The resident can contact the Contact Centre (through phone / letter / email) with the enrolment number and make a request for sending a second letter communicating the Aadhaar number. This may be a paid service. 

In case the Aadhaar number has been used to avail a service or benefit, the resident can contact the agency that offers the same, to obtain the Aadhaar number.

 

What if the Aadhaar letter does not get delivered to a Resident?

Your Aadhaar number should reach the address provided during enrolment normally within 90 days of enrolment. If not, the resident will need to call/email the UIDAI Contact Centre with the enrolment number.

 

What can the Resident do if there are spelling mistakes / other demographic error in his/her Aadhaar letter?

During enrolment, even when the data is entered, the resident can see the data entry and is expected to point out errors at this stage. Prior to finalization and printing of the Enrolment Acknowledgment, one more opportunity is presented to make corrections.

In the event that both opportunities are missed, the demographic correction may be carried out by visiting the enrolment centre within 48 hours of time of enrolment carrying the relevant documents and enrolment slip.

How to solve your Aadhaar Card related Problems?
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