Aadhar card for NRI: Aadhar card is one of the most important document which is used as the proof of identification across the country. It is a centralised number that is unique to every individual. This card stores an individual’s details in a government database. This card has become the government’s base for citizen services and public welfare.
Besides, government initiatives, Aadhaar is crucial for financial and banking services. Aadhar card is necessary for getting benefits of various government welfare schemes.
Aadhaar cards are also required by many public and private authorities, including those who offer KYC services, in order to deliver those services.
A topic that is commonly discussed is whether or not an NRI (Non-Resident Indian) can apply for an Aadhaar card.
An NRI who possesses a current Indian passport is eligible to apply at any Aadhaar Kendra, according to UIDAI.
NRI to follow these steps to get Aadhaar card
- You have to visit your nearest Aadhaar Kendra
- Carry your valid Indian passport
- you have to fill your information in the enrollment form
- It is mandatory for NRIs to mention their email ID
- The declaration is slightly different for NRI enrollment. Read the following and sign it on your enrollment form
- Ask your operator to enroll you as NRI
- For identity proof, give the operator your passport
- After identity proof, complete the biometric process
- Make sure to verify all details on the screen before submitting it to the operator
- A receipt or enrollment slip bearing your 14-digit enrollment ID and a date-and-time stamp should be saved.
After the procedure is complete, you may check the status at myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/CheckAadhaarStatus. You have the choice of submitting an additional genuine document or documents in addition to your passport as proof of your address and date of birth, according to UIDAI. The new Indian address must be submitted along with a current Proof of Address (PoA) that corresponds with the list of UIDAI-acceptable documents, though, if the address on your passport has changed.
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