How to Check if my PAN Card is Linked with Aadhaar Card or not

Link you PAN card with Aadhaar card' is the same old line we have been hearing from the past six months.

Initially many of us are quite confused whether or not to do it, but now with the Indian government making Aadhaar card and PAN card seeding mandatory, every individual with a valid PAN card as on July 2017 should intimate his/her Aadhaar number to the Income Tax Department.

The last date to link PAN with Aadhaar has recently been extended to 31 March 2018.

If you still have any doubts on the topic you can visit the page 'Link Aadhaar Card and PAN Card' to find a comprehensive coverage of the topic.

Now coming back to our main topic, how to check whether or not my PAN card is linked to Aadhaar, it's quite simple if you have an active internet connection on any of your devices.

The Income tax Department's e-Filing portal provides an easy and simple way to link your Aadhaar card with PAN card as well as to check the same.

Simply Follow The Below Steps To Check The Status Of Your Pan Card Seeding With Aadhaar.

  • Visit
  • Click 'Link Aadhaar' under the 'Quick Links' tab
  • Next, select 'Click here' to view the status if you have already submitted Link Aadhaar request
  • Enter PAN and Aadhaar Number
  • Click on 'View Link Aadhaar Status'
  • The status of the linking is displayed in the next screen

Through Income Tax Department's SMS Facility

To check the status of PAN-Aadhaar linking through SMS, the user needs to send an SMS to 567678 or 56161 in the following format:

UIDPAN <12 digit Aadhaar number> <10 digit Permament Account Number>

If the linking is successful, a message reading " already associated with ITD database. Thank you for using our services."


News About How to Check if my PAN Card is Linked with Aadhaar Card or not

  • Following Sc’s Verdict Verification For Purposes Like Investment, Banking To Become Time-consuming

    The Supreme court’s decision on Aadhaar is expected to badly affect mutual funds, insurance companies, banks as well as fintech companies. Given that, the apex court disallowed private parties from obtaining the Aadhaar details of the citizens, banks, fintech companies, mutual funds houses, and insurance companies would need to revert to the old practice of physical verification.

    It needs to be mentioned that the Supreme Court on last Wednesday stated that Aadhaar was no longer needed for opening a bank account, insurance policy, and NPS account. The court added individuals would not be required to provide the 12-digit unique number for availing credit cards and landline/mobile connections, making mutual fund investments, operating mobile wallets, and collecting the pension.

    Even though the verdict strictly mentioned that Aadhaar can’t be used for the above-mentioned purposes, there are divergent views on the matter. Certain fintech companies believe that the verdict allows regulated entities to offer eKYC for individuals, who share their Aadhaar details voluntarily. The companies believe if they are not allowed to carry out online verification of Aadhaar, the cost of accessing credit may go up.

    15 October 2018

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