Update address in Adhar Card
Today, it is very important for all Indian citizens to have an Aadhaar Card. Many other tasks including income tax, bank account cannot be completed due to non-availability of Aadhaar card. It is also important to have updated information on the Aadhaar card so that no work stops. The central government has also set up an Aadhaar center to update Aadhaar so that ordinary people can easily update their cards. Often the address of the house has to be changed to Aadhaar card due to living in a rented house. To change the address in Aadhaar, UIDAI requires various documents. But, today we are going to tell you that even without these documents, the address in Aadhaar can be changed.
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It often happens that the address in Aadhaar has to be changed, but the work cannot be done due to lack of necessary documents. In general, to change the address in the base, identity cards such as residential, electricity, rental agreement, voter card, driving license, PAN card are required. In that case, if you don’t have these documents, you don’t have to worry.
How to change address in Aadhaar without documentation?
If you do not have any of the above documents, then work will also be done on the stamp affixed by the MP, MLA or Councilor of your constituency. In fact, the credentials with these photos confirm that you live at this address. After this, the home address will change to your base. Even if the village head, sarpanch etc. is certified, the address will change.
The Aadhaar card will now look like an ATM card
Now UIDAI has decided to facilitate reprinting of Aadhaar card on Polyvinyl Chloride Card (PVC). This information was given by UIDAI through a tweet. To print Aadhaar on PVC card, a fee of Rs. Let me tell you that PVC card is a kind of plastic card. Its power is used in ATM cards, debit cards and credit cards.
This way, you can know the nearest base center
If you would like to find a support center near you at home, you can visit the website https://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx. You can find out by going to the ‘Locate an Enrollment Center’ on this portal and entering its state name, zip code or your locality, city or district.