Today most people have come to know about the usefulness of Aadhaar card. Whether it is a PAN card or ration card or voter ID card, a 12-digit Aadhaar makes it very difficult to get them made. Whether you need to get a driving license or NREGS Jobs Card or open an account with a bank, Aadhaar is being sought everywhere.
Recently, Finance Minister Sitharaman said, “Every account should be linked to Aadhaar by March 31, 2021 and wherever necessary and applicable, it should be linked with PAN.” If nobody’s Aadhaar card is made in your house then you must You should get it made. To know what documents will be required for this, all you have to do is to call the 1947 number. valid_documents_list.pdf).
Call 1947 to get details of the acceptable documents for Aadhaar enrolment or update. The list is also available online at https://t.co/BeqUA07J2b or in your mAadhaar App. pic.twitter.com/rJeUKfnyWN
– Aadhaar (@UIDAI) November 20, 2020
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Let us tell you that Aadhaar was implemented for people living in India so that they can use the same identity card in many places. It is more than just an identity card number. However, it is not the case that only Indians can apply for Aadhaar card. The eligibility criteria for Aadhaar are not as difficult as everyone thinks. A person can apply for Aadhaar if …
- He is an Indian citizen living in India, or
- He is a non-resident Indian / non-resident Indian living in India, or
- He is a foreigner living in India
- Even newborns are eligible to form the base
- Aadhaar Card for Residents in India
- Every Indian citizen can apply for an Aadhaar card and get a number. The government has now made it necessary for tax payers to link PAN with Aadhaar while filing their income tax returns (income tax returns).
A newborn baby can also become the basis
Unlike voter ID cards, Aadhaar cards can also be issued for minors. All they have to do is submit their birth certificate (birth certificate) and the proof of identity and address of their parents as proof of identity. Newborns can also enroll for Aadhaar. However, they will have to update their biometric data as soon as they reach the age of 5 to 15 years. Aadhaar cards for children under 5 are blue.
Aadhaar can be used in the following schemes
- Food and Food: Public Distribution System, Food Security, Mid-Day Meal, Integrated Child Development Scheme.
- Employment- Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana, Indira Awaas Yojana, Prime Minister Employment Guarantee Scheme.
- Education-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Right to Education.
- Inclusion and Social Security – Janani Suraksha Yojana, Ancient Tribal Group Development Scheme, Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme.
- Health Care- National Health Insurance Scheme, Janashree Insurance Scheme, Aam Aadmi Insurance Scheme.
- Other miscellaneous schemes including property transfer, identity card, PAN card etc.