Once an individual has completed their Aadhaar enrolment process, he/she will be given an Aadhaar enrollment ID (EID). It is advised that the individual makes a note of the same as they will need it to check their Aadhaar card status either online through the official portal of UIDAI or offline via an Aadhaar Enrolment Centre. Below mentioned are the ways to check Aadhaar card enrolment status.
UIDAI has its own official website that one can use to check their Aadhaar card status. One must note that the individual will need their Enrolment ID to check the status of their Aadhaar card online. The process of doing the same is as follows:
Step 1: First, the user must login to the official UIDAI website eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in
Step 2: Once the user does the same, he/she will find the ‘My Aadhaar’ section listed at the top corner of the page. The user will need to click on the same to reveal a drop down menu to proceed.
Step 3: Once step 2 has been completed, the user must click on the ‘Check Aadhaar Status’ from the said drop-down menu to proceed.
Step 4: The next page will ask the user for their Enrolment ID, which they must enter in the correct field. The user will need to enter the case-sensitive captcha code to proceed.
Step 5: Once all the details have been filled, the user will have to click on the ‘Check Status’ tab. If the Aadhaar card has been generated, the user will see the following message: ‘Congratulations! Your Aadhaar is Generated!’.
However, if the application has been rejected, the page will display a message saying on the lines of that along with the reason for the same. If the application is still in process, the status will mention it accordingly.
Currently one cannot check the status of their Aadhaar card with just their name. The applicant will compulsorily need the Enrolment ID to check their Aadhaar card status through the internet. In case the user has forgotten or misplaced their Enrolment ID, he/she can always retrieve it through the UIDAI website.
To retrieve their Aadhaar enrolment ID (EID), the individual must:
Step 1: First, navigate to the Aadhaar Enrolment ID retrieval page at myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in
Step 2: Next, the user must select whether they want to retrieve their Aadhaar Enrolment Number (EID) or their Aadhaar number.
Step 3: Post that, the individual must key in information such as their email address, mobile number and name, followed by the case-sensitive captcha code.
Step 4: After step 3, the user must request for an One Time Password (OTP). This code will be promptly sent to their registered mobile number after doing so. The individual must then enter the same in the correct field to verify their identity and then proceed.
Step 5: Once the user has done the needful, their Aadhaar Number or EID will be sent to their registered mobile number and their email address.
The Aadhaar card status online may be checked through the registered mobile phone number of the applicant or the cardholder. All one will need to do is dial a toll-free number and request an update on the status. The steps for the same are as follows:
Step 1: First, the applicant must call the UIDAI toll-free number 1800 300 1947 from their registered mobile number.
Step 2: Upon connecting, the caller must choose the preferred language from the listed language options, namely Hindi, English, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and more.
Step 3: Once the individual has chosen the preferred language, he/she will be asked: ‘If you have enrolled for an Aadhaar card or not’ and ‘If you have a URN number (Update Request Number) or not’. At which point, the user must feed in the appropriate value to proceed.
Step 4: To get an update on the status of the Aadhaar card application, one must provide the URN number. If the caller does not have a URN number, his or her call will be automatically transferred to a UIDAI representative. The representative will then notify the applicant about the status.
The Aadhaar Card is a vital document for all Indian citizens that serves as an identification and verification tool for the Government of India and it is most important to ensure that the details present on this document are valid and accurate. Thus, facilities have been provided for all to update their information on their Aadhaar Card should there be any changes or mistakes. Here’s how you can check the online status of your information update requests of your Aadhaar Card.
After these three easy steps, the Aadhaar Card update status will be displayed on your screen as per changes made in the database.
An Aadhaar PVC card is a variant of an Aadhaar card that comes with a host of extra security features. An existing card holder can apply for the same through the official UIDAI portal. One must note that to get the Aadhaar PVC card, the applicant will need to pay a nominal fee. After the same is done, the cardholder will be given a Service Request Number (SRN). Additionally, he/she will need to wait for up to 15 days to get their Aadhaar PVC card.
The steps to track the status of the same is as follows:
Step 1: Firstly, the user must go directly to https://myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/checkStatus
Step 2: Next, he/she must provide the SRN given to them and the case-sensitive captcha code to proceed.
Step 3: After successful completion of step #2, the cardholder will get to see the Aadhaar PVC Card order request status on their screen.
If the applicant wants to retrieve their Enrolment number, he/she will need to follow the below-mentioned steps:
Step 1: First, the applicant will need to visit the official UIDAI website. Then, the user will need to click on the ‘Retrieve lost or forgotten EID/UID’ button to proceed.
Step 2: Next, the user must click on the ‘Enrolment ID’ option. On the following page, the user must fill in details like their name, mobile number, and email address.
Step 3: After step 2, the user will need to enter the captcha verification code to receive an OTP on their registered number.
Step 4: Finally, the applicant must enter the OTP and click on ‘Verify OTP’ to receive the enrolment number.
Step 5: Once the applicant gets the enrolment number, he/she can find out about the status of your Aadhaar application by using the above-listed modes with ease.
As of now, one cannot check the status of their Aadhaar Card without an Enrolment ID. In case the applicant has forgotten/misplaced their Enrolment ID, he/she can retrieve the same through the official website of the UIDAI and then check their Aadhaar Card status.
To retrieve their Aadhaar enrolment ID, they must:
Step 1: First, help themselves to the Enrolment ID retrieval page at myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in
Step 2: Next, select if they want to retrieve their Aadhaar Enrolment number or Aadhaar number.
Step 3: After that, the user must enter details such as their name, mobile number and email address, followed by the security code.
Step 4: Post this, the user must request for an One Time Password (OTP) which will be promptly sent to their registered mobile number after doing so. The user must enter the OTP in the correct field to verify their identity and proceed.
Step 5: Once the user has verified their identity, their Aadhaar Number or their Enrolment ID will be sent to their registered mobile number as well as their email address, depending upon the credential they have chosen to retrieve.
No, there are no provisions put in place to check the Aadhaar card status by visiting the Aadhaar enrollment centre.
An Aadhaar card holder can track the delivery status of their Address Validation Letter through the official UIDAI portal itself. All an individual will need to do is log onto the official UIDAI portal, select ‘My Aadhaar’ and then select the ‘Check Aadhaar Update Status’. Finally, the individual must enter the service request number (SRN) that they were given at the time of making the address update request.
One can check the status of their Aadhaar reprint request through the official UIDAI portal itself. All one will need to do is log onto the official UIDAI portal and then select ‘My Aadhaar’. Post which, the individual will need to select the ‘Check Aadhaar Update Status’. Finally, the user must feed in the 28-digit-long service request number (SRN) that they were given at the time of making the reprint request.
If the Aadhaar Card has been dispatched, the individual checking their Aadhaar card status will be able to see an India Post tracking ID on the page which will display their Aadhaar card status. The user must copy that tracking ID and then paste it in the relevant text box he/she will see on the India Post home page along and then enter the captcha code to view the delivery status of their Aadhaar card.
Yes, it is entirely possible that a user may see that their Aadhaar card application has been rejected while checking its status. The applicant will also get to see the reason why it was rejected at the time of doing so. The reason stated will give the applicant an idea regarding what went wrong so that they can reapply without making that error in the future.
URN stands for Update Request Number while SRN stands for Service Request Number. These are numbers provided to you at the completion of your online update request. The URN would be 14 digits long and the SRN is 10 digits long.
Yes, all the details on the Aadhaar Card can be updated should there be any changes. You can request to change Demographics such as your name, address, contact number, email address, gender, etc. Changes can be made in Biometric data as well like fingerprint/iris scanning and your photo.
You can check your Aadhaar Card Update Status online at https://ssup.uidai.gov.in/checkSSUPStatus/checkupdatestatus. Here, you can use your Update Request Number, Service Request Number or Aadhaar Card number to check for the changes made as per your request.