- Get Aadhaar Card on Resident Portal
You can now download an electronic version of your Aadhaar Card. E-Aadhaar is as valid as the original Aadhaar letter and can be downloaded on submitting your Aadhaar or the enrolment ID (found on the Enrolment slip given to you at the time of enrolment). Users can get e-Aadhaar, download on their mobile phones and also check the status of their Aadhaar online.
You can book an appointment for Aadhaar Card Enrolment online. This online service is provided by the Unique Identification Authority of India, Government of India. Applicant needs to fill up details such as name, email ID, mobile number, State and district names, select locality and Enrolment Centre to book an appointment. Users can also select the date and time for appointment.
Get information about how to enroll for Aadhaar Card. The information is provided by the Unique Identity Development Authority of India (UIDAI). The users can get detailed information about the procedure of Aadhaar registration, required documents details, list of Aadhaar Enrollment Centres, etc. Lists of valid documents’ list for Proof of Identity (PoI) and Proof of Address (PoA) are also provided.
Search details of NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations) in the online directory of NGO Partnership System under Planning Commission. Users can search NGOs by its name, stat or district of functioning and sector/key issues undertaken.
Users can search a nearby Aadhaar Card Enrollment Centre online. One can select a state, district or locality to find out about the UIDAI centre. Information such as centre's address, contact persons, start and closing date of the enrollment is also available.
Check the status of your Aadhar card online. This service is provided by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Users can check status of their Aadhar card by entering enrolment number, date and time given on acknowledgement slip.