Aadhar Card Update: Got Your Aadhar Card 10 Years Ago? It's Time To Update Your Details
If you got your Aadhar card 10 years ago, then it’s time to get your Aadhar details updated. Read on to know more.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)asked Aadhaar holders who obtained the unique ID more than 10 years ago but have not updated their information since then to do so. This involves bringing up-to-date identification and address-proof documents. On 10th October, UIDAI tweeted informing everyone about the same.
How To Update Your Aadhar Card Details?
Aadhaar establishes identification using iris, fingerprints, and photographs.
You can make changes to your Aadhar card details by visiting the My Aadhar Portal or by going to a nearby Aadhaar centre.
To update your details online, visit https://myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/. Read the instructions on the page and proceed to updating your Aadhar.
Update your details accurately and then submit.
Documents that prove your identity and address will only be updated when you pay the required fee.
In a previous news release, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) emphasised that it is pushing and encouraging residents to keep their documents up to date. Updating the papers in Aadhaar makes life easier, improves service delivery, and allows for precise authentication.
Over time, Aadhar has arguably evolved into the most significant kind of identification. Moreover, the number is utilised in numerous government programs and services. According to a UIDAI circular from August, those without an Aadhaar number or enrolment slip might not be eligible to get government subsidies and perks.
According to a notification dated 9 November 2022, “Aadhaar number holders may, on completion of every 10 years from the date of enrolment for Aadhaar, update their supporting documents in Aadhaar, at least once, by submitting Proof of Identity (POI) and Proof of Address (POA) documents as specified under Aadhaar Enrolment and Update Regulation 10 hereinabove, so as to ensure continued accuracy of their information in the Central Identities Data Repository (CIDR), in such manner as may be specified by the Authority from time to time.”