UIDAI has stopped these two services related to Aadhaar Card – will have a direct impact on users- Aadhar card is a very important document in today’s time. Aadhar card is mandatory for government work to banking work. The information given in the Aadhaar Card must be completely updated. Under this, UIDAI also keeps on making changes regarding Aadhaar from time to time. Meanwhile, giving a big update, UIDAI has recently stopped two services related to Aadhaar for an indefinite time. This will affect all Aadhar card holders.
Address Validation Letter
UIDAI has stopped the facility of updating address in Aadhaar Card through Address Validation Letter till further orders. Tenants or other Aadhar card holders could easily update their address through this. UIDAI has also removed the option related to Address Validation Letter from its website. According to UIDAI, ‘The facility of address validation letter has been stopped till further orders.
You can update your address through any one address proof from this list of other valid address proofs (https://uidai.gov.in/images/commdoc/valid_documents_list.pdf)
will affect all
With this decision, people will have trouble in updating the address in the Aadhaar card. Especially those people who live on rent or are switching jobs for a long time may find it difficult to update the address on Aadhaar now. For those who do not have any other proof to modify the address, there can also be a big problem for them.
Aadhaar Card Reprint Old Style Also Closed
UIDAI has stopped the service of Aadhaar Card Reprint in the old style. Actually, now instead of the old card, UIDAI issues plastic PVC cards. This card is easy to carry with you. Actually, it is like a debit card. Aadhar card is required everywhere. In such a situation, now you can easily keep this new card in pocket and wallet.
In response to a user’s query on Twitter, Aadhaar Help Center had given this information by tweeting, ‘Dear Resident, Order Aadhaar Reprint service has been suspended. Instead you can order Aadhaar PVC Card online. At the same time, if you want, you can also take a print out of E-Aadhaar and keep it in paper format.