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  • How To Fill The Aadhaar Correction Form

    You can update or correct your Aadhaar data by visiting the official website of the UIDAI and downloading the Aadhaar Data Update/Correction Form. The completed form can then be submitted by post to the addresses mentioned on the form. Residents also have the option of submitting their applications online and sending in the required supporting documents through the post.

    Contents Of The Aadhaar Data Update / Correction Form

    The Aadhaar Data Update/Correction Form is to be used by residents for the purpose of sending updates or correction requests via post. It is important to note that providing your registered mobile number is compulsory in order to update or correct any of the data fields. The form can be downloaded from the official UIDAI website by visiting the following link https://resident.uidai.net.in/update-data

    The Aadhaar Update/Correction Form contains the following sections that are required to be filled in by the resident:

    • Field for Update/Correction - In this section your are required to choose the field you would like to update or correct. These fields are:

      • Name

      • Gender

      • Date of Birth in DD MM YYYY format

      • Address

      • Email ID

    You can choose one or more fields as per your requirements

    • Aadhaar Number - In this section you will be required to enter your 12 digit Aadhaar number

    • The next section contains fields that are to be filled out in English as well as the local language that appears in your Aadhaar letter. These fields are:

      • The name of the resident

      • Gender - Choose from Male, Female or Transgender

      • Address or C/O Details - Select from C/O, D/O, S/O, W/O, HO

      • The Name of the Guardian / Parent / Spouse

      • The Name of the House or Building Apartment

      • The Name of the Street / Road / Lane

      • Name of the Landmark

      • Name of the Area / Locality / Sector

      • Name of the Village / Town / City

      • District Name

      • Post Office

      • State

      • Pin Code

    • Mobile Number - It is mandatory to enter your mobile number in this section

    • E-mail - You can enter your email address if you so choose

    • The next section is the Document Details section, where you will be required to write down the names of the documents you are attaching. You can refer to Annexure 1 of the form to see the list of valid documents. There are four spaces to fill in namely:

      • POI (For name correction)

      • Pol (For name change)

      • DOB (For change in date of birth)

      • POA (For change in address)

    • After all these fields have been filled with the correct information, you will be required to sign the form or provide a thumbprint stating that the information you have provided is true and accurate.

    • Two addresses are provided at the bottom of the form. You can choose to send the completed form to any of the addresses mentioned below:

      • UIDAI Post Box No. 10, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh - 480001, India

      • UIDAI Post Box No. 99, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad - 500034, India

    Do’s and Don’ts When Filling Up The Aadhaar Update / Correction Form

    • The form must be filled using capital letters only

    • The entire form must be filled, regardless of the fields for updation / correction

    • Providing your mobile number is mandatory for any updates or corrections to take place

    • The form can only be sent through post

    • Fill the form in English as well as the local language that was used in the Aadhaar letter as well as at the time of enrolment

    • Ensure that the form is filled only with current details and not with old or invalid information

    • Full names should not have salutations such as Mr / Dr / Col etc

    • Ensure that the complete address is entered since the updated Aadhaar letter will be sent to that particular address

    • When self-attesting the attached supporting documents, the name of the resident must be clearly mentioned below the signatures or thumbprints

    • Only the documents that support the update or correction are to be provided

    • Any incorrect information entered in the form may lead to rejection of the application

    News About Aadhaar Correction Form

    • Get tokens instead of cash in Telangana

      In order to reduce inconvenience caused due to demonetization, the Telangana State Marketing Department has decided to replace cash with token which can be used to purchase vegetables at certain markets. Individuals who have an Aadhaar card that is linked to their bank account without having to pay in cash at Rythu Bazaars. Rythu Bazaar is a farmer’s market in Telangana which is sanctioned by the government. Currency denominations of Rs.5, Rs.10 and Rs.20 are being replaced by these tokens and can be procured from mobile counters that have been set up by the IDFC or Industrial Development Financial Corporation in various locations throughout Telangana. These counters have a PoS or point-of-sale terminal that is handheld and is connected to online servers of numerous banks. A small ATM that has cash of up to Rs.25,000 is also available.

      Individuals who wish to purchase vegetables can register their Aadhaar numbers to authenticate their bank credential that has been linked to their Aadhaar number. Once verification has been complete, customers can take tokens up to Rs. and this amount would get debited from their bank accounts. Individuals would also receive a confirmation text on their registered mobile numbers notifying them regarding the transaction. Sellers who accept these tokens will have to deposit them at IDFC counters at the end of the day and equal amount would get credited to their bank accounts.

      1st December 2016

    • Aadhaar linked birth certificates for newborns in Pune

      All civic bodies have been directed by the State Government in Pune to link birth certificates of every newborn babies to an Aadhaar number. A government resolution was issued by the State Urban Development Department the previous week and all civic bodies have been asked to start providing Aadhaar-linked birth certificates for children below the age of five.

      According to civic officials, this move has been put forth to ensure a proper monitoring of all healthcare and welfare schemes. Civic Hospitals and primary healthcare centres that are run by the State government will also provide Aadhaar-linked birth certificates.

      14th November 2016

    • DCB Bank Launches Biometric System For ATM Transactions in Rajasthan

      The bank, as an initiative to make transactions more convenient for people at ATMs has launched their first ATM in Rajasthan which uses the Aadhar Card number and biometric fingerprint of the account holder instead of the regular debit card or ATM card. The ATM card or debit cards required PINs. But for this new technology, the individual’s biometric fingerprint will only be necessary to be able to use the ATM for transactions, which include withdrawal. This is the first of its kind in Rajasthan. Also the debit card or ATM card will not be required.

      8th November 2016

    • Aadhaar card records to be preserved by Centre for 7 years, according to new regulations

      As per upcoming regulations, the Indian Government will maintain a record of services and benefits procured sing Aadhaar number, for a period of 7 years. The UIDAI or The Unique Identification Authority of India fears that this database may be used for the purpose of surveillance and hence will preserve these records.

      The Chief Executive Officer of UIDAI, ABP Pandey said that all concerns related to Aadhaar card benefits were exaggerated and that records will be maintained in case of any future disputes. He also added that information will be available for two years online post which it will shifted to archives offline for a period of 5 years. Hence, users will be allowed to access their records only for a period of 2 years. These rules are however, not applicable for security agencies and will require the permission of a district court judge to have access to data. The rules allow designated officers of the joint secretary level at the Centre to have access to information on grounds of protecting national security.

      In the meantime, every time a person quotes his/her Aadhaar number or uses their fingerprint, the concerned agency will send the data to UIDAI to cross check the necessary details. This agency authenticates around 5 million Aadhaar numbers which are used to avail LPG subsidy.

      18th October 2016

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