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Complete List of Documents required Aadhaar Card What to do if One does not have Address Proof Identity Proof

Complete List of Documents required Aadhaar Card What to do if One does not have Address Proof Identity Proof

What is the process that will be followed to issue an Aadhaar?

A resident will have to go to an enrolling agency along with Proof of photo Identity/ Proof of address documents, fill up an application form(optional to Registrar) and provide the supporting documentation.

If resident does not have, any document to prove his identity he will require an Introducer to get him/herself enrolled.

In case you do not have  common proofs,
Certificate of Identify having photo issued by Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead is also accepted as PoI. Certificate of Address having photo issued by MP or MLA /Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead or by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) is accepted as valid PoA.

Even if someone in a family does not have individual valid documents, the resident can still enroll if his/her name exists in family entitlement document.

In this case the Head of Family in entitlement document needs to be enrolled first with valid PoI & PoA document.

The head of the household can then introduce other members in the family while they are enrolling. UIDAI accepts 8 document types as Proof of Relationship

What is the introducer system and who can be an introducer?

UIDAI recognizes that some people particularly children, women, migrant workers, homeless, nomadic tribes, urban poor and others may not be able to produce documentary proof of identity and proof of address.

 In order to enable inclusion of these individuals for AADHAAR, the data standards committee recommended that the introducer system be created similar to the introducer framework followed by banks for opening bank accounts.

The main objective of the introducer system is to enable inclusion of people into the UID system who are otherwise hard to reach and may not be able to provide proof of identity and address. In situations where a resident is unable to provide proof of identity or proof of address they can be introduced for an aadhaar number by a pre designated "Introducer".

Who are "Introducers"?

An Introducer is a person who is authorized to introduce a resident who does not possess any PoA / PoI documents.

The main objective of the introducer system is to enable enrolment of residents into Aadhaar, who are otherwise hard to reach and may not be part of any government database.

Introducers are individuals (for example, Registrar's employees, elected members, members of local administration bodies, postmen, influencers such as teachers & doctors, Anganwadi / ASHA workers, representative of local NGO's etc.) identified by a Registrar and registered in UIDAI's CIDR as "Introducers".

The registrar authorized person will verify the information with the documents produced The demographic data will be entered in software.

Biometrics information of ten finger prints, both iris scan and facial photograph of the resident will also be captured

The data will be sent to CIDR

A de-duplication check comparing the Resident's biometric information to the records in the data base is done If the individual is not already in the database, Aadhaar will be issued and sent to the person at his/ her residence.

The Aadhaar number will also be sent to the Registrar for use in their service database.
If the individual is already in the database, or in case of any other quality/data validation failure the application will be rejected and the person will be informed of the same.

What are the supporting documents that the UIDAI will accept as proof of identity and proof of address?

UIDAI process accepts 18 PoI (Proof of Identity) and 33 PoA (Proof of Address) documents


List of Supported PoI Documents Containing Name

1.
Passport

2.
PAN Card

3.
Ration/ PDS Photo Card

4.
Voter ID

5.
Driving License

6.
Government  Photo  ID  Cards/  service  photo identity card issued by PSU

7.
NREGS Job Card

8.
Photo  ID  issued  by  Recognized  Educational Institution

9.
Arms License

10.
Photo Bank ATM Card

11.
Photo Credit Card

12.
Pensioner Photo Card

13.
Freedom Fighter Photo Card

14.
Kissan Photo Passbook

15.
CGHS / ECHS Photo Card

16.
Address Card having Name and Photo issued by Department of Posts

17.
Certificate  of  Identify  having  photo  issued  by Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on letterhead

18.
Disability  ID  Card/handicapped  medical
certificate issued by the respective State/UT  Governments/Administrations

List of Supported  PoR  Documents  containing  Relationship details to Head of Family

1.
PDS Card

2.
MNREGA Job Card

3.
CGHS/State  Government/ECHS/ESIC  Medical card

4.
Pension Card

5.
Army Canteen Card

6.
Passport

7.
Birth  Certificate  issued  by  Registrar  of  Birth, Municipal Corporation and other notified local        government bodies like Taluk, Tehsil etc.

8.        
Any other Central/State government issued family entitlement document.

List of Supported Proof of DoB Documents

1.
Birth Certificate

2.
SSLC Book/Certificate

3.
Passport

4.
Certificate  of  Date  of  Birth  issued  by  Group  A Gazetted Officer on letterhead

List of Supported PoA Documents Containing Name and Address

1.
Passport

2.
Bank Statement/ Passbook

3.
Post Office Account Statement/Passbook

4.
Ration Card

5.
Voter ID

6.
Driving License

7.
Government  Photo  ID  cards/  service  photo identity card issued by PSU

8.
Electricity Bill (not older than 3 months)

9.
Water bill (not older than 3 months)

10.
Telephone  Landline  Bill  (not  older  than  3 months)

11.
Property  Tax  Receipt  (not  older  than  3 months)

12.
Credit  Card  Statement  (not  older  than  3 months)

13.
Insurance Policy

14.
Signed  Letter  having  Photo  from  Bank  on letterhead

15.    
Signed  Letter  having  Photo  issued  by registered Company on letterhead

16.
Signed  Letter  having  Photo  issued  by Recognized Educational Instruction on letterhead

17.
NREGS Job Card

18.
Arms License

19.
Pensioner Card

20.
Freedom Fighter Card

21.
Kissan Passbook

22.
CGHS / ECHS Card

23.
Certificate of Address having photo issued by MP or MLA or Gazetted  Officer or Tehsildar on                        letterhead

24.
Certificate  of  Address  issued  by  Village Panchayat  head  or  its  equivalent  authority  (for  rural areas)

25.
Income Tax Assessment Order

26.
Vehicle Registration Certificate

27.
Registered Sale / Lease / Rent Agreement

28.
Address  Card  having  Photo  issued  by Department of Posts

29.
Caste  and  Domicile  Certificate  having  Photo issued by State Govt.

30.
Disability  ID  Card/handicapped  medical certificate  issued  by  the  respective  State/UT
Governments/Administrations

31.
Gas  Connection  Bill  (not  older  than  3 months)

32.
Passport of Spouse

33.
Passport of Parents(in case of Minor)

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16 comments:

MEcoy January 08, 2013  

this article were very informative as expected of you sm

anney January 08, 2013  

Very informative! Wishing you a prosperous 2013!

Destination Infinity January 08, 2013  

I have govt. bank a/c, so I maybe able to produce the pass book and statement for POR, I guess. I have PAN card for POI. Maybe I can get this Aadhar card. Let me try :) Thanks for your detailed post.

Destination Infinity

Virendra Kumar Sharma January 08, 2013  

Very informative and useful post .Good job buddy .

Rahul Aggarwal January 09, 2013  

this was an informative post sm .. thanks

Renu January 09, 2013  

I have got everything but everytime my bank starts amking and I ask they have enough appointments for that period to include me..so how to make it..

Happy Kitten January 09, 2013  

Thank for this one... would be doing it on our next visit. Did you get yours? and as Renu mentioned what are the glitches?

SM January 10, 2013  

@Renu

thanks.
Yes they need to open more offices for this.

SM January 10, 2013  

@Happy Kitten

thanks
its freely available and problem is very few offices where one can go and complete the procedure formalities.

Unknown April 16, 2016  

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