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Aadhar News: View the New UIDAI Regulations for Aadhar Updates and Enrollment Here

<p>Aadhaar was recently taken off the list of acceptable papers for proof of date of birth (DoB) for rectification and updating reasons by the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO). The UIDAI’s direction and the legal position on Aadhaar’s limits seem to be in line with EPFO’s decision to remove Aadhaar as evidence of date of birth. This is the most recent EPFO update that members and organizations participating in date-of-birth adjustments should be aware of.</p>
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<p>According to a circular from the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO), the Aadhaar Card is no longer a recognized form of identification that may be used as proof of date of birth (DOB).</p>
<p><strong>Aadhar Card: Current Data</strong><br />
Aadhaar card holders may now update information using both online and offline ways in accordance with the new regulations. You have three options for updating information in the Central Identities Data Repository (CIDR): via the UIDAI website and mobile application, or going to the closest Aadhaar Seva Kendra.</p>
<p>Updating the Central Identities Data Repository (CIDR) may be done using the UIDAI website, the smartphone application, or the closest Aadhaar Seva Kendra. This feature was largely available for online address updates under the previous 2016 regulations. These limitations have been lifted in the updated standards, which may allow for online changes for different information, including cellphone numbers.</p>
<p>The bearer of an Aadhaar number was obliged to attend the enrollment center in order to update additional data.</p>
<p><strong>Aadhaar Card: Updated registration forms About Aadhaar Registration</strong><br />
New forms designed for various categories have taken the place of the previous ones for Aadhaar updates and enrollment:</p>
<p>Form 1: For enrollment and updates, both residents and non-residents (18 years of age and older) who have evidence of residence in India must complete this form.<br />
Form 2: Used for enrollment and updates, specifically for NRIs with evidence of residence from outside India.</p>
<p>Form 3: Children between the ages of 5 and under 18 (resident or non-resident alien with an Indian address) may enroll in Form 3.<br />
Form 4: Children who are NRIs and have addresses outside of India should use Form 4.<br />
Form 5: To enroll in Aadhaar or make revisions, residents or NRI children under five years old must use this form.</p>
<p>Form 6: For children under five who are NRIs (with an address outside of India).<br />
Form 7: This form is intended for foreign nationals who are residents and who are above the age of 18, requesting enrollment or updates with information such a valid long-term visa, foreign passport, and OCI card.</p>
<p>Form 8: For foreign nationals who are residents and under the age of eighteen.<br />
Form 9: After being eighteen years old, Form 9 is used to cancel Aadhaar numbers.<br />
Update on the Aadhaar card after ten years<br />
A major modification allows holders of Aadhaar cards to amend records and data up to ten years after the creation of their Aadhaar numbers. You have two options for updating: online or in person at the enrollment center.</p>
<p>Other crucial considerations are as follows: the Aadhaar card will only display the year of declaration or estimated birth if an individual’s age is reported without supporting documentation.<br />
Documentary verification would be required for the whole birthdate shown on the Aadhaar card.<br />
The Head of the Family (HoF), who must provide Aadhaar data and sign Form 1, has the authority to verify or validate documents before approving Aadhaar enrollment or modifications.<br />
In accordance with Form 1 standards, no SMS or text message would be issued to NRIs who submit a non-Indian cell number.<br />
The only acceptable Proof of Identity (POI) for NRIs is a valid Indian passport.</p>

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