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Virtual Number of Aadhaar Card: How to get Aadhaar card’s Virtual Number and how to use it?

Virtual Number of Aadhaar Card: How to get Aadhaar card’s Virtual Number and how to use it?

Unique ID of Aadhaar card has become one of the most important documents in the Country. The 12-digit unique identity number has needed every day for daily basic activities.

Aadhaar Card is mandatory to available various facilities and Schemes by the government, like Domestic airline tickets, for passport applications, the opening of bank Account, Gas, Ration etc.

Now Virtual Number will work instead of Aadhaar number.

For Mobile and Bank verification, this will not be mandatory to provide aadhaar card number.  For the security concern of Aadhaar’s data, Government has launched a new concept of virtual ID.

Click Here: How to Verify Mobile number with Aadhaar in minutes from Home?

With this 16 Digit Virtual ID/ Number, any indian citizen can verify or process any document without providing Aadhaar’s Number. This Virtual Number will act as same like Aadhaar number. Virtual ID will be 16 digit number which includes biometric information also. With this virtual ID, Mobile companies or any other agency can get consumer/ user’s name, address and Picture which is required for verification purpose.

UIDAI has started limitation on KYC information which is essential to provide limited information of user. Now onwards, Agencies will not store your aadhaar card number for any kind of purpose.

Click Here: UIDAI Launched one more feature for security of Aadhaar card.

How to Get Virtual ID and How to Use Virtual ID?

  • User can generate 16 digit Virtual Number from UIDAI Website. It will valid for limited period.
  • Any user can generate Virtual Number multiple times. New Generated Virtual Id will only be valid and applicable.
  • Virtual ID will be enough for any kind of verification purpose.
  • Through this Virtual ID, agencies will get only limited information. All information will be secure.

According to UIDAI, This system will be applicable from 1st March 2018. There will be mandatory for all agencies to accept virtual ID from 1st June. Which agency will neglect or not accept the virtual ID, they will be liable for fine.

Concern about Aadhaar Information Security:

According to recent survey done on 15000 people, most of the people are concerned about their information security related with Aadhaar Card.

  • 52% People are seriously concerned about the information security.
  • 20% People are slightly concerned.
  • 23% People are satisfied with their information safety.

 

How to get Aadhaar card?

The enrollment for an Aadhaar Card is free and voluntary for all the residents of India. An individual may apply for Aadhaar Card at any location across the country. The Aadhaar card is not a proof of citizenship but a very effective proof of identity.

What Documents are required to apply for an Aadhaar Card?

There are two proof required to apply for an Aadhaar Card issue.

  1. Proof of Identity(PoL)
  2. proof of Address(PoA)

Proof of Identity (PoI)

The document must contain your name and photo. You can submit any of the following documents as identity proof:

  • Ration Card or PDS Photo Card.
  • PAN Card.
  • Driving License.
  • Voter ID.
  • NREGS Job Card.
  • Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
  • Arms License.
  • Photo ID Issued by a Recognised Educational Institution.
  • Photo Credit Card.
  • Photo Bank ATM Card.
  • Kissan Photo Passbook.
  • Pensioner Photo Card.
  • Freedom Fighter Photo Card.
  • ECHS/ CGHS Photo Card.
  • Certificate of Identity that has photo issued by Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on a letterhead.
  • Address Card that has name and photo issued by the Department of Posts.
  • Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.
  • Marriage Certificate.
  • Gazette Notification.

Proof of Address (PoA)

The document must contain your name and address. You can submit any of the following documents as address proof:

  • Bank Statement or Passbook.
  • Ration Card.
  • Post Office Statement or Passbook.
  • Voter ID.
  • Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
  • Driving License.
  • Water Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
  • Electricity Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
  • Property Tax Receipt (It should not be more than 1 year old).
  • Landline Telephone Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
  • Credit Card Statement (It should not be more than 3 months old).
  • Signed Letter that has Photo from the Bank on a letterhead.
  • Insurance Policy.
  • Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a Recognised Educational Institution on a letterhead.
  • Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a registered Company on a letterhead.
  • Arms License.
  • NREGS Job Card.
  • Pensioner Card.
  • Kissan Passbook.
  • Freedom Fighter Card.
  • Income Tax Assessment Order.
  • ECHS/ CGHS Card.
  • Certificate of Address that issued by the head of Village Panchayat or an equivalent authority (for rural areas).
  • Certificate of Address that has photo and is issued by a MLA or MP or Tehsildar or Gazetted Officer on a letterhead.
  • Vehicle Registration Certificate.
  • Registered Lease/ Sale/ Rent Agreement.
  • Caste and Domicile Certificate that has photo and is issued by the State Government.
  • Address Card that has photo and is issued by the Department of Posts.
  • Gas Connection Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
  • Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.
  • Passport of Parents (in case of minors)
  • Passport of Spouse

 

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