ఆధార్ – Aadhaar Enrolment and Updation New Rules [Updated]

Aadhaar Enrolment New Rules has been recently updated by The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has recently announced significant changes to the Aadhaar enrolment and update Rules, aiming to ease the process for both residents and non-residents.

As per the notification released, some processes and rules related to enrolment and update of Aadhaar have been changed

Aadhaar Card new Rules
Aadhaar Card new Rules

Two methods to Update Aadhar:

Previously Government has provided an Online Option to update Aadhar Address details only where everyone has to log in to the official website and make the necessary changes as required. For other details to be updated one has to visit their nearest Aadhar enrolment centre which caused many inconveniences to the users.

But as per the latest update, UIDAI has provided the option to update the other Aadhar details online as well. This option seems most convenient to users because online users will verify the required documents before updating and it’s time-saving. More importantly, users will be able to update their Mobile number Linked to Aadhar online shortly, which was previously done offline at enrolment centres.

Timeframe for Updates

Many people are confused about how frequently they can update their Aadhar Information. New updates have answered this confusion as per notification, One can change or update their information in Aadhaar after 10 years from the date of generation of the Aadhar Number.

This update can be done by submitting the application form to the enrolment centres or through the Mobile App of UADAI or the web portal of UADAI. It is suggested that everyone update the information on their Aadhaar Card if their Aadhaar card has passed at least 10 years.

New Rules to Update Aadhaar Detail

  • Residents and non-residents of India should use New Form 1 as updated. Non-residents of India should have proof of address mandatorily.
  • If an individual’s age is declared without a documentary birth certificate or proof. then only the approximate birth year will be printed on the Aadhaar card. To print the complete date of birth proof of birth date is necessary.
  • Aadhaar Update can be done with the help of required documents or with the approval or confirmation from the Head of the Family (HOF). If an individual is using confirmation from the HOF then he should submit the Aadhaar card detail of the HOF and a signed copy of Form 1 by HOF.
  • If an individual is a non-resident of India, he/she must provide email details to update the information.
  • Non residents of India must and should provide Passport of India as a valid Identity Proof.
  • If Non residents of India provide non Indian number to update in Aadhaar, no messages or confirmations will be sent to that number as per the notification new rules update
  • Non residents of India, who have foreign address proof should use Form 2 for updating and enrolment of Aadhaar.
  • For both Resident and Non residents Indian children between 5 to 18 years of age should use Form 3 for enrolment of Aadhaar.
  • Form 4 will be used by Non residents Indian Children who have foreign address Proof.
  • Form 5 is for Resident or Non resident Indian Children aged below 5 years and having Indian Address Proof.
  • Form 6 is for Non resident Indian Children aged below 5 years and having Foreign Address Proof.
  • Form 7 is for resident foreign nationals aged 18 and above who wish to enroll for or update their Aadhaar details. Individuals need to provide details such as their foreign passport information, OCI Card details, valid long-term visa details, and Indian visa information. Additionally, having a mandatory email ID is a requirement for this category.
  • Resident foreign nationals aged below 18 years should use Form 8.
  • Form 9 has been introduced by UIDAI for individuals reaching 18 years of age, providing a formal means to request the cancellation of their Aadhaar number if they wish.

All the above listed forms will be available here. Check it out list of forms. Here is the valid document list

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