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Want to verify Aadhaar card Here are steps to authenticate on uidai.gov.in
DNA, June 13, 2019

Aadhaar is a unique identity number issued to the Indian citizen by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and contains demographic and biometric details of an individual. It is very important to verify your Aadhaar number with the UIDAI website. Verification of Aadhaar card is simple and easy.

An individual need to submit to their 12-digit Aadhaar number to get their Aadhaar card verified. UIDAI does not disclose or share any information with anyone and maintains all the data in its database.

Why do you need to verify Aadhaar card?

It is very important to verify the Aadhaar card online. It ensures that the Aadhaar number has been issued and is valid. You can check gender, age group and other details of the cardholder. If there is any inaccuracy in the detail, then the cardholder can immediately contact UIDAI through a toll-free number or send an email to contact UIDAI.

The purpose of Aadhaar verification is to ensure that it serves as a universally accepted KYC document. And it also helps to avail the government benefits that may implement in the near future.

Procedure to verify your Aadhaar Card

Verifying the Aadhaar card is simple and hassle-free through its official website. It is crucial that you have your Aadhaar number

verified. You can verify the Aadhaar card within a few moments. Here are the steps to be followed to verify Aadhaar card

• Visit the official website of UIDAI-https://uidai.gov.in/

• Choose the option "Aadhaar services" present on the page.

• Choose the option "Verify Aadhaar"

• Enter 12-digit unique Aadhaar number

• Now enter the security code

• Then click on 'Submit'

The page will display details of your Aadhaar card if it exists once you the online form.

Check if your Aadhaar card is deactivated or not?

Some Aadhaar card has been deactivated due to several reasons. It may be because of the non-linking of PAN card with Aadhaar, not providing complete details, etc. You need to ensure that your Aadhaar is not deactivated and it is very easy. Here is how you can check if your Aadhaar is deactivated

• Visit the official website of UIDAI-https://uidai.gov.in/

• Click 'Verify Aadhaar Number' under the 'Aadhaar Services' tab on the homepage

• Verify your Aadhaar by entering the 12-digit Aadhaar number and the security code

• Click on 'Verify' to know if your Aadhaar card is valid or deactivated. If a green tick appears, your Aadhaar card has not been deactivated.

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