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Aadhaar Cards information: Now update your address online with head of family’s consent in just 8 steps

Aadhaar Cards information: Residents can now update their addresses in their Aadhaar online with the permission of their household head. This is thanks to Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) (HoF).

After presenting evidence of relationship documents, such as a ration card, mark sheet, marriage certificate, passport, etc., that include the names of the applicant and HoF and specify the nature of their relationship, the new procedure may be started.

In the absence of a proof of relationship document, UIDAI allows the resident to submit a self-declaration from the HOF in the format required by UIDAI. The HOF must perform OTP-based authentication for the procedure.

People migrating to cities and towns within the nation for a variety of reasons can benefit from the HoF-based online address updating option. The new address update option is an addition to the one that can already be done with any UIDAI-approved valid proof of address paper.

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According to a statement from UIDAI, “Any resident over the age of 18 can be a HOF for this purpose and can share his or her address with his or her relatives through this method.”

Aadhaar Cards information: Update address in Aadhaar online using HOF-based facility; steps here

Step 1: Residents can visit the ‘My Aadhaar’ portal for updating addresses online.

Step 2: The resident will be allowed to enter the Aadhaar number of the HOF. No other information of the HOF’s Aadhaar will be displayed on the screen.

Step 3: Post successful validation of the Aadhaar number of HOF, the resident will be required to upload the proof of relationship document.

Step 4: Residents have to pay a fee of Rs 50 for the service.

Step 5: On successful payment, a service request number (SRN) would be shared with the resident, and an SMS would be sent to the HOF about the address request.

Step 6: The HOF is to approve the request and give his or her consent by logging into the My Aadhaar portal within 30 days from the date of receiving the notification.

Step 7:  If the HOF does not accept or decline the request within the stipulated 30 days of SRN creation, the request would be closed.

Step 8: The resident, seeking an address update through this option, will be informed about the closure of the request via an SMS.

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Note: In case the request is closed or rejected due to non-acceptance of the HOF or rejected during the process, the amount shall not be refunded to the applicant.

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