How to Know Your Aadhaar Status Active or Not: UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) has canceled 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers till today’s date. This information has been given by information technology minister P P Chaudhary. Chaudhary told The Rajya Sabha that about 81 lakh Aadhaar numbers have been canceled. The record of the Aadhaar card was not maintained by UIDAI as a State and Sector. Chaudhary also mentioned some other reasons for which Aadhaar cards were canceled.
What are the reasons for the cancellation of the Aadhaar card:
• According to the Aadhaar Rules 2016 Sections 27 and 28, the Aadhaar number was canceled on the Aadhaar Life Cycle Management Guidelines before the Aadhaar Act became the law of 2016.
Further, Chaudhary said that UIDAI has the right to cancel Aadhaar numbers.
• As per the provision of Sections 27 and Section 28, the Basis of any person can be canceled if he/she has been an issue more than one card. At the same time, it can be canceled even if there are no documents or biometric discrepancies.
How to Know Your Aadhaar Status Active or Not
1- On the UIDAI website homepage you will get the option of Aadhaar services then verifiable Aadhaar number.
2- After clicking on the Verify Aadhaar number, a new page will open to you.
3- Verify your Aadhaar number, captcha, and click on the page.
4- If you see a green checkmark, your base is active.
How to Activate Inactive Aadhaar Card
• If your Aadhaar is active, go to your nearest enrolment center with the required documents.
• In the center, you need to fill in the Aadhaar update form.
• Your biometrics will be re-verified and updated.
• For updates, you will need to pay Rs 25 at the Enrolment Centre.
• It is mandatory to provide the current mobile number in the process.
This process cannot be done online or you need to go to the Enrolment Centre because biometrics have to be re-verified to update the Aadhaar. This work cannot be done online. Your new biometrics are confirmed in the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre by mixing them with old biometrics. Your Aadhaar will also be updated only when the old and new biometrics match.
The child’s base Aadhaar updated three times:
It is worth noting that if a child has enrolled in the basis before being 5 years old, it is necessary to update the biometrics after the completion of 5 years. It needs to be updated again after the age of 15. The window is open for 2 years to update. The Aadhaar can be canceled if not updated at this time.
How to Apply for Aadhaar Card Online
If you have not yet made an Aadhaar card, you will have to go to the Enrolment Centre with the documents required to get a new card. The new Aadhaar card cannot be created through an online application as it will require your biometrics. But if your Aadhaar card is lost and you need a duplicate Aadhaar, it’s possible to be online. You need to follow a few steps to do this. You can learn in detail the online process of building a duplicate base in the story link below.
How to update or correct Aadhaar details online and offline
The easier it is to get an Aadhaar card, the easier it is to correct the mistakes recorded in it. During the Aadhaar card application, some people make mistakes in it. But it can also be easily repaired. By going to the story link below, you can learn more about the process of fixing the mistakes in the Aadhaar card.
Why Aadhaar card is mandatory?
The importance of Aadhaar card is increasing day by day. The Aadhaar card has now been made mandatory for every important task from the pan card application to its filing and the opening of a bank account to the creation of a passport. Even linking PAN with Aadhaar is now necessary, in case of failure, your PAN number can be canceled. Here’s what can’t be done now without Aadhaar’s help:
1- Opening of bank account:
Aadhaar has now been made mandatory for opening bank accounts also. The existing account holders have also been asked to give their Aadhaar details to the bank. Moreover, Aadhaar is a must for financial transactions of Rs 50,000 or above.
2- Income Tax Returns:
The government has also made it mandatory to mention the Aadhaar card during ITR return filing. Your ITR filing without Aadhaar will not be considered complete. Also, if your Aadhaar is not linked to PAN before 30th August, your ITR will not be processed on behalf of the department.
3- Application of PAN Card:
It has also been made mandatory to mention Aadhaar at the time of application of PAN card to determine your representation in the Income Tax Department.
4- Employees’ Provident Fund Account:
The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has made linking of Provident Fund account with Aadhaar.
5- Mobile phone number:
You will also need to provide your Aadhaar number now to get a new phone number. Also, existing phone numbers need to be linked to Aadhaar.
6- Scholarships at school or college:
Students applying for Central Scholarships and other financial assistance schemes will now be required to provide their Aadhaar number.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has listed the Aadhaar card as one of the mandatory documents to apply for passports. That means you will no longer be able to get a passport without Aadhaar.
8- Concession on Railway Tickets:
In view of the misuse and leakages, Indian Railways have made Aadhaar mandatory for availing concessions on railway tickets.
How to Link Aadhaar Card with PAN Card Online
The government has also made linking of Aadhaar and PAN cards mandatory. Tell you how to link PAN number with Aadhaar number.
Click on this link:
1- Clicking on this link will open a window in which you need to enter the correct information about your PAN number, Aadhaar number and your name entered in The Aadhaar. Then you have to fill in a captcha.
2- After filling in this information, you will see an option for Link Aadhaar right below. Once you click on it, your Aadhaar will be linked to the PAN card.
3- A message will also be sent after the Aadhaar link is linked to the PAN card.
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