Aadhaar has become crucial for Indians. Indian nationals are assigned an all-in-one identification number. In India, the Unique Identifying Authority of India issues the Aadhar number, which is an identification number with 12 digits (UIDAI). Biometric information, a photograph, and an address are all included in the number.
Cardholders can change their information either online or offline. If someone wants to update their iris or finger print, they must go to a nearby Aadhaar Enrollment Centre.
Procedure is straightforward, and the service costs Rs 100 (plus GST). At any time, you can also monitor the progress of the process on the UIDAI website. The Aadhaar portal takes 90 days to update the information. After the user’s information has been updated, he or she can download the new copy from the portal and have it printed.
You can update the photo by following the steps below.
- Go to https://uidai.gov.in/my-aadhaar/update-aadhaar.html to update your Aadhaar.
- Fill in the relevant information on the Aadhaar Enrollment Form.
- Fill out the form and drop it off at the nearest Aadhaar Enrollment Center.
- The executive in charge of the centre will double-check the information and take a new photograph.
- A charge of Rs 100 plus GST will be required of you.
- Collect the acknowledgement slip with the Update Request Number after payment (URN)
- In 90 days, the information will be updated.
- You can check the status of your Aadhaar card update on the UIDAI website by entering your URN.
You will not be able to update your photo via the Self Service Update Portal.