UIDAI introduces direct link to change address in Aadhaar card, check the steps here
The Single Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has announced its online service and provided a direct link (ssup.uidai.gov.in/ssup/) to update your Aadhaar card online. According to the UIDAI, you can update your Aadhaar map online using this address. Using the UIDAI online services portal, Aadhaar card users can now change their residential address shown in their Aadhaar card. To change your address on Aadhaar card online, go to the direct url (ssup.uidai.gov.in/ssup/) and follow a few simple steps to update it online. So, if you want to change your Aadhaar Card address due to a mismatch, follow the procedures below to do it online.
Documents required to change address in the online Aadhaar card
UIDAI has listed 45 documents that serve as proof of address for an Aadhaar cardholder. See the list of documents below which contains your name and address to update your address in Aadhaar Card online:
- Bank statement / passbook
- Postal account statement / passbook
- Ration card
- Voter ID
- Driver’s license
- Government Photo ID Cards / Service Photo ID Card issued by PSU.
- Electricity bill (no more than 3 months).
- Water bill (no more than 3 months).
- Fixed telephone bill (no more than 3 months).
- Property tax receipt (no more than one year).
- Credit card statement (no more than 3 months).
- Insurance policy
- Letter signed with photo of the bank on letterhead.
- Letter signed with photo issued by the company registered on letterhead.
- Signed letter bearing a photo issued by a recognized educational institution on letterhead or photo identification with an address issued by a recognized educational institution.
- NREGA job card.
- Weapons license.
- Pensioner card.
- Freedom fighter card.
- Kissan’s notebook.
- CGHS / ECHS card.
- Certificate of address with photo issued by MP or MLA or MLC or Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
- Address certificate issued by Panchayat village chief or equivalent authority (for rural areas) on UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
- Income tax assessment order.
- Vehicle registration certificate.
- Registered sale / lease / rental agreement.
- Address card with photo issued by the Postal Department.
- Certificate of caste and domicile with photo issued by the state government.
- Disability Identity Card / Disabled Medical Certificate issued by respective State / UT governments / administrations.
- Gas connection invoice (no more than 3 months).
- Spouse’s passport.
- Parents’ passport (in case of a minor).
- Housing award letter issued by central / state government. (no more than 3 years).
- Government-issued marriage certificate containing address.
- Government issued Bhamashah Card / Jan-Aadhaar Card. of Rajasthan.
- Certificate of the superintendent / director / matron / head of institution of recognized foster homes or orphanages, etc. on UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
- Certificate of address with photo issued by city councilor on UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
- Identity card issued by recognized educational institutions.
- SSLC book with photo.
- School identity card.
- School leaving certificate (SLC) / School transfer certificate (TC), containing name and address.
- Extract from school files containing the name, address and photograph issued by the school principal.
- Identity certificate containing name, address and photo issued by a recognized educational institution signed by the director of the institute on the UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
- Identity certificate containing name, date of birth and photograph issued by employee provident fund organization (EPFO) on UIDAI standard certificate format for registration / update.
Steps to change address in Aadhaar card online
In a tweet, the UIDAI announced a direct link and said it could be used to update an Aadhaar map online, stating: âYou can now update your address in your Aadhaar online through the portal. Aadhaar Self-Service Update at sup.uidai.gov. in / ssup / to update. ” To update your address in Aadhaar Card online, follow the steps below:
- Visit the Aadhaar Self-Service Update Portal (ssup.uidai.gov.in/ssup/) and click âProceed to Aadhaar Updateâ.
- Now enter your 12 digit Aadhaar number and required captcha code for verification.
- Now click on âSend OTPâ and you will get a 6 digit one-time password on your mobile phone number linked to Aadhaar.
- Now enter the OTP received in the required field and click on ‘Connect’
- You will now get all the details of your Aadhaar from which you will have to select your address to modify it.
- Once you have changed your address, upload all the scanned documents as proof of address and click on “Send”.
- After successful verification of your submitted information, your Aadhaar address will be updated successfully and you will receive a confirmation message on your mobile number linked to Aadhaar.
Fees applicable for updating Aadhaar address
According to the UIDAI, you would be charged a service fee of Rs 100 each time you update one or more fields of your Aadhaar or even your biometric data. If you change the demographic information on your Aadhaar card, you will be charged Rs 50. However, although changing your address on your Aadhaar card through the UIDAI website is free, the charges specified for services provided at Aadhaar centers will be free. invoiced. Your new Aadhaar card will be delivered within 10 to 15 days. Once your update request is approved, your revised Aadhaar card will be delivered to the address you provided.
You can now update your address in your Aadhaar online through the Aadhaar Self-Service Update Portal at https://t.co/II1O6Pnk60 to update. To see the list of valid documents, click here: https://t.co/BeqUA0pkqL #AddressOnline #UpdateOnline pic.twitter.com/iMM1qqcEqm
– Aadhaar (@UIDAI) June 18, 2021
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Article first published: Saturday, June 19, 2021, 10:32 a.m. [IST]
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