The Indian government had done everything possible to provide ease to their residents. From giving a unique identity to its services. Everything is done with a click. Aadhaar card nowadays has become mandatory for banking and other government preceding.
Online self-service has made it possible to make sure that all the details are updated and in case you need to change them, it can be done easily.
But if you have already updated it and want to check your aadhaar status, you just need to follow these simple steps.
So once you update your aadhaar card with new details, you need to visit the website again and check if it is done properly or not.
To check the status, you need to fill in some details correctly. Now enter your 12 digit aadhaar number (you can find it on your aadhaar card).
Enter the URN number which you have received after updating your details online. Now click on ‘get status’ and the updated one will flash on your screen.
You can easily update your date of birth, mobile number, address, and name for the aadhaar card.
In case a ‘rejected’ status comes on the screen, check the details once again. There might be a possibility that you have attached wrong documents or have filled wrong details.
If you want to check your aadhaar status after update request is submitted
UIDAI has made it very convenient to check your aadhaar card status online. In case you have not received your aadhaar card or you want to check the status of your aadhaar’s application. There are two ways to do that.
With acknowledgment slip
After you submit your aadhar application you’ll get an enrolment slip. The slip mentions an enrolment id and also date and time when your acknowledgment slip was made.
To check the aadhar card’s status you should know your enrolment id and also the exact date and time (both Enrolment Id and date/time should contain 14 digits each).
For instance, your acknowledgment slip was made on 8 September 2016 at 07:11:26, so the 14 digits will be written as 08/09/2016 07:11:26.
Go to UIDAI website and visit the Check Aadhaar Status Page. Enter both the 14 digit sets and you can check the status easily.
Without acknowledgment slip
If you don’t have your acknowledgment slip with you, don’t worry you can still recover the required information from the UIDAI’s website. All you need to do is, visit the page and click on ‘Find UID/EID option’.
There is an option available to recover the 28 digit Enrolment Number, click on the same and fill all the details asked.
An OTP will be sent to your registered e-mail id or mobile number. Enter the OTP and click on verify option.
Once your OTP gets verified, you will receive your Enrolment Id and date/time. By using the same you can check your aadhaar status with the method explained above.
There are some other ways you can use to check the aadhar status.
SMS: You can check the status via SMS also. Simply send a message to 51969. Type UID status (space) 14-digit enrolment number or UID status (space) 28 digit EID.
Toll-free number: To check the status you need to have your enrolment id with you. Call the toll-free number 1947 and you can check your status.
Post office: To use this way keep your enrolment id with you. If you are sure that your aadhaar card is ready and dispatched, you can check your local post office whether it has reached or not.