UIDAI: In this way, you can change your photo on your Aadhar card, click here to know step by step process!
One of the most important identity proof documents for Indian citizens is the Aadhar card. Unique Identification Authority of India issues 12 digit Personal Identification Number on behalf of the Government of India. This is necessary for claiming government benefits, completing applications for schools or universities, and performing other official functions as it contains demographic and biometric information on the cardholder.
Even though all Aadhaar Unique Identification Numbers are permanent, the card needs to be updated frequently with new information. Time and again people need to change their home location, phone number, and even photo.
Therefore, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) allows citizens to modify any information on their Aadhar card by visiting the official website of UIDAI. If you wish, you can visit the Aadhaar Enrollment Center / Aadhaar Seva Kendra to update your Aadhaar photo with the latest version. Changes can also be made online, although doing so requires a trip to the nearest center.
This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to update the photo on your Aadhar card.
Step 1: Visit the UIDAI website uidai.gov.in.
Step 2: Browse the website for Aadhaar Enrollment Form and download it.
Step 3: Fill out the form completely and submit it to the nearest Aadhaar Seva Kendra or Aadhaar Enrollment Centre.
Step 4: The Aadhar representative present will verify all the information using biometrics.
Step 5: Then the executive will take a new picture to update your Aadhar card.
Step 6: You will be charged Rs 100 plus GST for the service.
Step 7: The Aadhaar representative will provide you with an acknowledgment slip and an updated request number in step seven (URN).
On the official website of UIDAI, you can check the status of your latest Aadhar card by entering the URN number.
Aadhaar photo update may take up to 90 days to complete. When the process is over, you can either print your updated Aadhaar card by visiting the Aadhaar Enrollment Center or download a copy of the e-Aadhaar from the UIDAI website.