Everybody is escaping from their homes because of the Corona outbreak. Unless you have to do some research related to Aadhaar in such a situation, then there is no need to go out of the house for that. You can do that from online. The authority that provides services related to Aadhaar offers online many facilities related to Aadhaar Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
When a resident, doctor, worker or driver etc. is employed, then the Aadhaar number given by him is Genuine or not, it can be identified by verification of the Aadhaar number, and the information can be matched. Switch to www.uidai.gov.in for this. In the ‘Aadhaar Services’ section of the ‘My Aadhaar’ page, click on ‘Verify Aadhaar Number.
Now enter in the defined space on the newly opened page your Aadhaar number and security code and click on ‘Verify.’ If the 12 digit number you entered is actually the Aadhaar number after pressing Verify, and has not been deactivated. The status of your current and working Aadhaar number will be displayed on the website. Additionally, the verification completion message will be shown too.
When someone’s original Aadhaar card gets misplaced and he doesn’t want a downloaded copy of it and wants to get it back in the original form, then this facility is also offered by UIDAI. Aadhaar cardholders have the choice ‘Aadhaar Reprint.’ Aadhaar can be replicated via both the UIDAI website and the mAadhaar app.
Aadhaar card holder must have their Aadhaar Number or Virtual Identification Number ie VID in order to apply for Aadhaar Repression. The remarkable thing is that you can get Aadhaar repressed even though your mobile number isn’t listed in Aadhaar. There is an alternative to receive OTP on mobile number not registered. It would have to pay a fee of 50 rupees for the Aadhaar reprint.
UIDAI lets people access an Aadhaar card soft copy. It is known as e-Aadhaar. E-Aadhaar is equally valid for all purposes according to the Aadhaar Act, like a paper copy of Aadhaar i.e. electronic file. If the citizen is delayed in reaching Aadhaar card after registration for some reason, or his / her Aadhaar card is misplaced, then he can download and print the e-Aadhaar. You can access E-Aadhaar from the https:/uidai.gov.in/. E-Aadhaar is available for download in PDF format. You must have ‘Adobe Reader’ installed in your device to open PDF. Even, password on E-Aadhaar is safe. Can not open E-Aadhaar without entering a particular password.