Aadhar Reprint In Some Simple Steps.
It is currently very easy and simple to get our Aadhaar card printed formally by the Unique Identification Authority of India – UIDAI. The UIDAI has begun reproducing Aadhaar cards. You can use the UIDAI’s website for your “Aadhar reprint” and you can save it on your mobile device very easily. This move – getting the Aadhaar card straightforwardly from UIDAI – will help individuals searching for Aadhaar reproduce focuses.
The most effective method to Print Aadhaar Card using the online method. All that’s needed is a couple of steps to get the Aadhaar card printed. Just a little time and you will get your aadhar card reprinted.
Step 1: Go to the official website of UIDAI. https://uidai.gov.in (reorder the URL in a different tab)
Step 2: Search for the Order “Aadhaar Reprint” connection and click on the option. You can find it easily on the “MY AADHAR” tab.
Step 3: Enter your Aadhaar Number or Virtual Aadhaar ID or Enrollment number whichever you have. (if you do not have any of these you can check the lost or forgotten option from my aadhar tab)
Step 4 : Enter the Security Code (captcha) and move to another step.
Step 5 : Click on Request OTP catch and Submit your request.
Step 6: You will get an OTP on your registered mobile number. Enter the OTP in the box. If you do not have any registered mobile number you can click on the dialog box just about the OTP option to get an OTP on your provided unregistered mobile number.
Step 7 : When you enter the OTP and click on the Submit option, you will be taken to a page where you will be approached to pay Rs 50 as republish charges. The installment passage will enable you to pay the charges through credit or debit cards, Net banking or UPI.
When you make the installment, you will get an affirmation page. Spare the affirmation (downloadable as PDF) for reference. Your Aadhaar card will be printed and sent to the location on the card.
If somehow you do not wish to reprint your aadhar online you can go to your nearest aadhar center and ask them for “Aadhar Reprint”.
The authorities of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) have advised individuals not to share their Aadhaar number or individual subtleties to unapproved organizations for getting it overlaid or imprinted on a plastic card.
In spite of the fact that UIDAI had said the downloaded adaptation of Aadhaar or eAadhaar was a legitimate record, there was an intense interest in the ‘first’ card sent by UIDAI. There were additionally protests that a few utilities were hesitant to acknowledge printouts of eAadhaar. UIDAI had additionally said that in light of the fact that the Aadhaar cards as plastic or overlaid cards, they couldn’t be called ‘unique’ Aadhaar.
Despite the fact that there were UIDAI-approved communities for printing Aadhaar cards, there were reports of a few unlawful ‘printing’ focuses on charging exorbitant rates for printing the cards. There were likewise the related security dangers of individuals giving out OTPs and individual subtleties like telephone numbers and addresses for downloading and printing Aadhaar cards at the focuses.