Aadhaar Card Reprint Service Stopped, Know How to Order Online Aadhaar PVC Card sitting at home

UIDAI has stopped Aadhaar Reprint Service. This information has been received from the official Twitter handle of the Aadhaar Help Center. Now UIDAI issues only Aadhaar PVC Card. Read the process of ordering it online sitting at home from below.


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Aadhaar Card is one of the important documents for every Indian in today’s time. It is needed for work ranging from government work to office. If it is lost, people may have to face a lot of trouble. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, many services related to Aadhar cards are available online to facilitate the people. Also Read – Do not worry if you lose your PAN card, download an e-PAN card like this at home in a few minutes

However, UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) has stopped a service related to the Aadhaar card. The official Twitter handle of the Aadhaar Help Center has given this information. Also Read – OTP will no longer be required for WhatsApp verification, new Flash Calls feature is coming

This service of Aadhaar Card stopped

When a user asked UIDAI whether he can reprint his Aadhar card. If he is not seeing this option on the website, in response to this, the Aadhaar Help Center said that he has stopped this service now. They can order Aadhaar PVC Card online sitting at home. Also, you can get the printout of Aadhaar to keep it inflexible paper format. This means that the Aadhaar Reprint Service has been discontinue. Also Read – How to Update Aadhaar Card Details Online: Easily update online details including name, address, and date of birth from home

Please note that the reprint format of the Aadhar card has changed. As before, reprinting of long-haul Aadhar cards has been stopped. Now its size and shape have become like an ATM card, which people can easily keep in their wallet or pocket. UIDAI is now issuing only PVC cards. If you also want to order Aadhaar PVC Card, then know-how from below.

How to Order Aadhaar PVC Card?

For this, you have to first visit the official website of UIDAI uidai.gov.in or resident.uidai.gov.in.
After reaching the home page, go to the Aadhaar section and click on Order Aadhaar PVC Card.
Here you have to enter your Aadhar Card Number, Virtual ID Number, Name, and Registration Number. After this, you have to enter a captcha code or security code.
Now you will see a box, in which it will be written that your mobile number is not registered. Stick it on. After this, you will have to enter an alternate mobile number, on which OTP will come.
After entering the OTP, a fee of Rs 50 will have to be paid. Your Aadhar card will be delivered to your home within four to five days.

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