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To check your Aadhaar card status, you need the enrolment number, date and time. You can find these details on the acknowledgement/resident copy issued at the Aadhaar enrolment camp organized by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with the Unique Identification Authority of India and does not reproduce/transmit/store in its database any content of Unique Identification Authority of India. For the official website, please visit http://www.uidai.gov.in.
India Post is responsible for delivering your Aadhaar card at your door step. If the UIDAI website shows your Aadhaar card status as generated or in transit to India Post, you can track the delivery status of your Aadhaar card. You would need your enrolment number and enrolment date.
Once you submit your Aadhaar enrolment form to an official at an Aadhaar enrolment camp, it takes a few weeks to a few months for Aadhaar enrolment processing. Your Aadhaar enrolment goes through several stages of processing before your Aadhaar card is delivered at your door step. Shown below are the nine stages.
|1||Aadhaar enrolment done|
|2||Enrolment packet uploaded to UIDAI by enrolling agency|
|3||Enrolment processing started by UIDAI|
|4||Enrolment processing completed by UIDAI|
|5||Electronic Aadhaar letter generated by UIDAI|
|6||Electronic Aadhaar letter sent by UIDAI to India Post|
|7||Electronic Aadhaar letter received by India Post|
|8||Printed Aadhaar letter dispatched from India Post to resident|
|9||Printed Aadhaar delivered to resident by India Post|
This is how an Aadhaar Card looks like. Your Aadhaar Card will be sent to you by post to the address you mention in your enrolment form. Your enrolment number is mentioned at the top of the Aadhaar Card. This is the number you receive while submitting your Aadhaar Enrolment Form at an Aadhaar enrolment camp. However note that your Enrolment Number is different from your Aadhaar Number, which is mentioned prominently below the first barcode. Your Aadhaar Number is a 12-digit number, which is unique across India.
Note: The numbers, names, address, and barcodes shown in this image are fictitious and not real.
No, AadharCardStatus.in is not affiliated with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and does not reproduce / transmit / store in its database any content of UIDAI. For the official website, please visit http://uidai.gov.in
We appreciate your concern regarding the delay in processing your Aadhaar enrolment. The most common reason for delay in Aadhaar card processing is a huge number of pending applications. As of now, the time taken for issuance of Aadhaar card is typically between 3-9 months. Please be patient.
If you have not received your Aadhaar card even after your online Aadhaar enrolment status shows that printed Aadhaar is delivered to resident by India Post, please ensure that someone else has not received it in your absence. If you are sure that printed Aadhaar was not delivered to the address you mentioned on your Aadhaar enrolment form, please enquire at your nearest post office.
We regret to inform you that the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) currently does not provide a way to update your residential address after the Aadhaar enrolment form has been submitted. You need to collect your Aadhaar card from the address mentioned in your application form. If you have shifted your residence to a different address, please make an arrangement for someone else to collect the Aadhaar card on your behalf.
We have found many cases where Aadhaar card was issued for one member of the family even though the entire family enrolled on the same day. The exact cause of such inconsistency is not known so far.
The Aadhaar status shown through AadharCardStatus.in is based on the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) website, which is affiliated with the Government of India. We have found that the government website does not work sometimes. Under such circumstances, we recommend you to check your Aadhaar status after a few days.
While checking the status of your Aadhaar enrolment, if you are being asked to enter the image text again and again, the possible reasons could be:
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2. There is a problem with the UIDAI website
Solution: Please wait for some time and try later. You may even like to try the next day.
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The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is responsible for issuing and delivering Aadhaar cards to Indian citizens. We recommend you to contact UIDAI customer care directly.
Toll-free Phone: 1 800 180-1947
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Locate UIDAI Regional Office in your city
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You can send Aadhaar card status queries to email@example.com or you can call tollfree 1-800-1801947. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is accountable to answer all your Aadhaar queries.
Note: This is not an official website of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). We are not affiliated in any way with the aforesaid government entity. Please do not contact us for grievances or queries related to delay in Aadhaar processing, non-receipt of Aadhaar card, receiving Aadhaar card in damaged condition, Aadhaar enrolment centers, and so on. You may like to visit the official website http://www.uidai.gov.in for such enquiries.
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