Aadhaar Card Update: Now till June 14, you can also get your Aadhaar updated for free, know the details!



The government has extended the deadline for updating free Aadhaar details from the current March 14 to June 14, 2024. This means that people across the country now have an additional 4 months to complete the process. According to a post by UIDAI on social media, UIDAI has extended the free online document upload facility for Aadhaar holders till June 14, 2024. This free service is available only on myAadhaar portal. UIDAI is urging people whose Aadhaar is more than 10 years old and has never been updated to re-verify all their information. This will allow service to be provided more effectively and authentication to be more successful.

Why and where is Aadhaar required:

Aadhaar card has become an essential document for all financial transactions, like opening a bank account, availing government schemes, purchasing a SIM card, or buying a house. Not updating your Aadhar card on time can lead to many obstacles. Many times people are not able to avail the benefits of various schemes due to wrong information.


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How to update Aadhaar details online:

Visit https://myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/ and log in using your Aadhaar number and registered mobile number to receive a one-time password (OTP).

After this select the option of Aadhaar update.

Enter the OTP received on your registered mobile number.

After that, you will be asked to select the Document Update option. Then, details related to your Aadhaar will be displayed.

After verifying the details, upload the required documents for address update. Then, accept the Aadhaar update process.

You will then receive a 14-digit Update Request Number (URN), through which you can track the Aadhaar update process.


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How to update offline:

Please visit https://shuvan.nrsc.gov.in/aadhaar/

Click on the 'Near by Centre' tab to find the nearest Aadhaar Centre.

Enter your location details to view nearby Aadhaar centers.

Click on the 'Search by Pin Code' tab. Enter the PIN code of your area to see the Aadhaar center in that area.