Aadhar Card UIDAI
After the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) published direct access to obtain the document online, Aadhaar cardholders may now do so at any time and from anywhere. For numerous transactions and to take advantage of government programmes, the Aadhaar card is required in all venues. The UIDAI has released a site where individuals can quickly obtain the Aadhaar card from the comfort of their own homes, which will aid people during the coronavirus epidemic. The link to get the Aadhaar card was given on Twitter by the UIDAI.
The link to get the Aadhaar card was given on Twitter by the UIDAI. Individuals may select between downloading 'Regular Aadhaar,' which shows the entire Aadhaar number, and 'Masked Aadhaar,' which only exposes the final four digits of the 12-digit unique ID, according to the tweet. This website, https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in, allows people to download their Aadhaar cards. "Download your Aadhaar from https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in anytime anywhere. You can choose to download 'Regular Aadhaar' that displays the complete Aadhaar number or 'Masked Aadhaar' which shows only the last four digits," the tweet read.
There are three download choices for Aadhaar at the top of the page. Entering the 12-digit Aadhaar number is the first option. The enrolment ID must be entered second, and the virtual ID must be entered third.
After filling out the relevant information on the link, input the characters shown in the image and click the ‘send OTP' button. The One Time Password (OTP) will be given to the Aadhaar card holder's mobile number. After clicking on Verify OTP, the Aadhaar number will be sent to the user through SMS.
The option to download it would appear after entering the OTP obtained on the mobile number and the Aadhaar card details.
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