UIDAI Implements Revised Aadhaar Enrollment and Update Guidelines

Aadhaar enrollment and update regulations have been revised, according to a notice posted by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). There are now updated forms available for Aadhaar enrollment and changes. For residents and non-residents (NRIs) requesting Aadhaar enrollment or updates, many forms are available. These new regulations are intended to make it easier to update demographic information in the Aadhaar system, including addresses.

Updation of Aadhaar Details

The new rules provide users with two easy ways to update data in the Central Identities Data Repository (CIDR): they can use the official website/mobile application or go to an enrollment center. Any more Aadhaar information changes required a trip to the enrolling facility.

The new regulations do not include any restrictions, suggesting that in the future, owners of Aadhaar cards would also be permitted to update more information online, such as mobile numbers.

Aadhaar Enrollment Forms

New forms have taken the place of the old ones for Aadhaar enrollment and updating Aadhaar data. For Aadhaar enrollment, anyone who is 18 years of age or older, residents and non-residents (as long as they have proof of address in India), must utilize the recently introduced Form 1. It’s interesting to note that people in this group can update their Aadhaar data using the same Form 1.

Age Declaration And Documentary Proof

The Aadhaar card will only display the stated/approximate birth year if an individual’s age is declared or approximated (without documentation verification of birth date), per the revised form. To print the entire date of birth on the Aadhaar card, documentation must be shown.

Updates and document verification for Aadhaar enrollment can be completed by the Head of Family (HoF) or through other means. The HoF must sign Form 1 and provide their Aadhaar data. NRIs must furthermore have an Aadhaar email address. As stated in the instructions for Form 1, no SMS or text message would be issued to an NRI’s non-Indian cell number. 

New Forms That Have Replaced The Old Forms

  • Form 1: For anyone who is 18 years of age or older, including residents and non-residents (with evidence of address in India). This form is used for updating information as well as for enrollment.
  • Form 2: It is only for NRIs who can provide documentation of addresses outside of India.
  • Form 3: Intended for children ages 5 to 18 who are residents or non-resident aliens (NRIs) having an Indian address.
  • Form 4: For NRI kids residing in addresses outside of India.
  • Form 5: For children under five who are residents or non-resident aliens (NRIs) and have an Indian address.
  • Form 6: For children under five who are NRIs (with an address outside of India).
  • Form 7: Residency foreign nationals who are 18 years of age or older and who want to enroll in or update their Aadhaar are required to provide data about their foreign passport, OCI card, valid long-term visa, Indian visa, and a required email address.
  • Form 8: For foreign national residents under the age of eighteen.
  • Form 9: Developed to allow Aadhaar numbers to be cancelled beyond the age of 18.

Find Your Daily Dose of NEWS and Insights - Follow ViralBake on WhatsApp and Telegram

Stuti Talwar

Expressing my thoughts through my words. While curating any post, blog, or article I'm committed to various details like spelling, grammar, and sentence formation. I always conduct deep research and am adaptable to all niches. Open-minded, ambitious, and have an understanding of various content pillars. Grasp and learn things quickly.

Related Articles

Back to top button

AdBlocker Detected

Please Disable Adblock To Proceed & Used This Website!