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The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is the concerned department for issuing an Aadhaar card to the citizens of India. If you haven’t applied for an Aadhaar card, you can do the same by visiting your nearest Aadhaar card centre. You are not required to pay charges as the Aadhaar card application form is exempted from any fees. All you need to do is fill in your details correctly and provide your biometric and demographic details.

Procedure to Fill Aadhaar Card Enrolment Form

You can obtain a new Aadhaar card application form online by accessing UIDAI website uidai.gov.in. You may also go to your nearest Aadhaar card centre and ask for the same from the officials.

Below are the steps to follow while filling up the form.

Step 1: Provide your personal details like address, DOB, father’s name, etc., accurately. 

Aadhaar Enrollment Form

 

Step 2: Attach the required documents. Check the list of documents accepted by UIDAI to avoid rejection.

 

Step 3: Submit the form along with the supporting documents.

 

Step 4: Next, officials will take your photograph and biometric details.

 

Step 5: Then, you will be given an acknowledgement slip that will have your enrollment ID and the date and time of enrollment.

 

You can track the status of your Aadhaar card form with the help of the enrollment ID. Your Aadhaar card will be issued in a few days/months and will be sent to your address. You can also download your e-Aadhaar card from the UIDAI website.

Things to Remember while Applying for an Aadhaar Card

There are certain points you must keep in mind while applying for an Aadhaar card:

  • Always Use Uppercase Letters in the Form- Fill in your new Aadhaar card form in uppercase letters. It will help in efficiently recognizing the details. It will also reduce the possibility of errors while storing data in the system.

  • Keep Your Form Clean - Overwriting and other marks should be avoided. Maintain a clean form by writing each detail tidily. If the handwriting is unreadable, there is a risk of inconsistencies on the card.

  • Follow the InstructionsFollow the steps outlined in the instructions when filling out the form. Any inaccuracy can result in the form being rejected.

  • Submit the Supporting Documents - Check the list of documents asked by UIDAI along with the new Aadhaar card form and provide the same accordingly.

Fields on Aadhaar Card Application Form

There are several fields on an Aadhaar card form, some of which are listed below:

  • Full Name - You are required to write your full name in this section. Don’t make any spelling mistakes as it will be written in the same way on your card.

  • Gender - Choose your gender among the options.

  • Date of Birth - Enter your DOB in DD/MM/YYYY format. If you don't have proof of your date of birth, pick 'Declared' alternative. If you have any relevant documentation, choose the 'Verified' option.

  • Contact Number & Email Id - Give your active mobile number and email as both will be linked to your Aadhaar card.

  • Address - Mention your residential address carefully since it will be used for the delivery of your card.

  • Father’s/Spouse Name - If you are unmarried, provide your father’s name. In the case of a married person, the spouse's name should be written.

  • Signature/Thumb Impression - Provide your signature/thumb impression in the designated column of the Aadhaar application form.

List of Documents Required For Aadhaar Card

Below is the list of documents you must have while applying for an Aadhaar card:

Identity Proof

  • PAN card

  • Voter ID card

  • Passport

  • Ration card

  • Driving licence

  • Bank passbook

  • Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme job card

  • Photo ID issued by recognised educational universities

  • Arms licence

  • Pensioner photo card

  • Freedom fighter photo card

  • Kissan photo passbook

  • Certificate of identification with a photograph issued by a Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar

Address Proof

  • Voter Id card

  • Driving licence

  • Passport

  • Bank passbook

  • Post office passbook

  • Ration card

  • Utility bills

  • Credit card statements

  • Receipt of property tax

  • Insurance policy certificate

  • NREGA job card

  • Arms licence

  • Pensioner card

  • Kisan passbook

  • Rent agreement

  • Certificate of Address with a photo issued by an MP, MLA, or Gazetted Officer

  • Certificate of Address issued by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority issues (applicable in rural areas)

  • Certificate of vehicle registration

  • Parents passbook (in case of a minor applicant)

Relationship Proof

  • MNREGA job card

  • PDS card

  • Army canteen card

  • Pension card

  • Marriage certificate

  • Birth certificate

Date of Birth Proof

  • Passport

  • Birth certificate

  • PAN card

  • Certificate of birth issued by Group A Gazetted Officer

  • Marksheets

Note - You can submit any of the documents from each section with your Aadhaar card form.

 

FAQs on Aadhaar Card Application Form

  • ✔️Can we apply for an Aadhaar without a birth certificate?

    A birth certificate is an essential document for an Aadhaar card. However, if you do not have your birth certificate, you can submit other alternatives such as a passport, PAN card, etc. 

  • ✔️Can I apply for an Aadhaar card from another state?

    Yes. You can apply for an Aadhaar card from another state by visiting your nearest Aadhaar card centre.