Join Whatsapp Group


Saturday, July 11, 2020

Lost your Aadhaar card? Here’s how you can get it reprinted

Lost your Aadhaar card? Here’s how you can get it reprinted

If you have lost your Aadhaar card, then there is a service on the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) website where you can order a reprint of your Aadhaar card after paying a nominal fee. This service will be useful for those Aadhaar card holders who have lost or misplaced their Aadhaar cards and are left to use the e-version from the UIDAI website.

Earlier, if you lost your Aadhaar card, you could not get it reprinted. You had to download the e-version from the UIDAI we .

You can use either your Aadhaar number or Virtual Identification Number (VID) for putting in a request to reprint your Aadhaar card.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get your Aadhaar card reprinted.
This is how you can get support
The first step is to go to the support portal. Where order support reprint has to be clicked. After which you will be asked to enter your Aadhaar card number.
Security code must be provided
After that you have to fill in the captcha code or security code. Which will be alphanumeric. Note here that you have to tick the column where your mobile number is not registered.
The gods will have OTP
Here the user will be asked for his mobile number to take OTP. On which the OTP will come. An OTP will be asked on your screen after the OTP. Which will be sent to the mobile number provided by you.
Verify the details of the support
You have to enter the OTP on this step and tick the column with terms and conditions. After that a new page will open. Where two options will appear. There you will have to verify the details of your support.
Support Download
You can then reprint your base. You will owe Rs 50 for it. You will also find a transaction ID here. You can make payments with Net Banking, UPI, Debit and Credit Card. You can then download your Aadhaar card.
Step 1: Visit UIDAI’s website,
Step 2: Under the Aadhaar services, select ‘Order Aadhaar Reprint’.

ET Online

Step 3: A new tab will open on your computer screen. You will be required to enter your 12-digit Aadhaar number or 16-digit VID number and security code. If the mobile number is not registered against your Aadhaar number in UIDAI’s database, then select the box to indicate this.

ET Online
Enter Details

If mobile number is registered against your Aadhaar number, then click on ‘Send OTP’.
Step 4: An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number. Remember this OTP is valid for 10 minutes only.
Step 5: Enter the OTP and select the box agreeing to ‘Terms and Conditions’. Click on Submit.
Step 6: Once the correct OTP is entered, you will be able to verify your Aadhaar details (Only if mobile number is registered in the Aadhaar database).
Check if the Aadhaar details reflecting on your computer screen are correct. In case the details mentioned on your computer screen are inaccurate or missing, you will be required to visit nearest the Aadhaar Seva Kendra to get the details corrected.
Step 7: Once the Aadhaar details are verified, click on ‘Make Payment’ option. You will be redirected to the payment gateway.
Step 8: You can make the payment via credit card, debit card, Net banking or UPI, as per your convenience. Rs 50 will be charged for getting your Aadhaar card reprinted. Enter the payment details and click on ‘Pay Now’.

ET Online

Step 9: Once the payment is successful, an acknowledgement will be shown on your screen. You can also download the acknowledgement slip. A message will be sent to your registered mobile number with the service request number (SRN).


If mobile number is not registered
In case your mobile number is not registered against your Aadhaar number, in step 3 mentioned above, select the tick box indicating this.
You will be required to enter the alternative/non-registered mobile number and click on ‘OTP’. An OTP will be sent to the alternate number. However, you will not be able to preview and verify your Aadhaar details before making a payment.
Tracking the status of your reprint
According to the FAQs mentioned on the UIDAI website, you can track the status of your request till the dispatch of the Aadhaar card. Follow the steps below to track it:
Step 1:
Step 2: Enter the 28 digit SRN code as received by you in your acknowledgement receipt or on your mobile.
Step 3: Enter the 12 digit Aadhaar number (UID).

ET Online

Step 4: Enter the security code and click on submit.
If the details mentioned are correct, the status will be displayed on your screen.
Share This Article to Friends.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Feature post.


  GUNAKAR KARVANI EK DAM SARAL TRICK SHIKHO Foundation Stone preface of Naranbhai Desai Rs. Four lakh were sanctioned. The names of Jesse Na...

Popular post