Aadhaar card is an essential ID proof for every person living in India today. If your Aadhaar is not done yet or something goes wrong, it can stop many of your work. With this in mind, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which makes Aadhaar a card, keeps on alerting people about updates to Aadhaar. Meanwhile, UIDAI has now announced the closure of two Aadhaar related services. Let us tell you that two services related to Aadhaar card have been discontinued, which will have a direct impact on you.
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1) Service relating to the address assessment letter has been terminated
UIDAI has stopped the facility of updating the address on the Aadhaar card through the address assessment letter. Explain that through this process, tenants or other tenants could also use their address to easily update. UIDAI has now removed this option for the address assessment letter from its website. According to information provided by UIDAI, the address order facility has been discontinued until further order. But now you can update your address by any one of the other valid address proofs (https://uidai.gov.in/images/commdoc/valid_documents_list.pdf). However, closing this service with UIDAI will affect people who have no other records to change their address.
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2) This service is closed for Aadhaar card reprinting
UIDAI has now stopped reprinting the old Aadhaar card. First let me tell you that the format of Aadhaar card reprinting was slightly different, it has now changed to UIDAI. UIDAI now offers a PVC Aadhaar card that is quite attractive and its size is as small as a debit card. This new card can easily come in your pocket or wallet. The size of the Aadhaar card, which has now stopped UIDAI printing, is huge. A person asked the Aadhaar card helper on Twitter, can I print my Aadhaar letter again? I don’t see any option on the website. The Aadhaar help center replied that the service has now been discontinued. On the other hand, if you want to keep Aadhaar as flexible paper, you can get a print from e-Aadhaar.