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Aadhaar Card: Now You Can Easily Change Your Aadhaar Card Photograph, Read How

Many people do not like the photo that is currently on their Aadhaar card. Read the steps below if you want to add a more recent photo to your previously created Aadhaar card.

Binita Kumari
Image Source: The Quint
Image Source: The Quint

The Aadhaar card is an important identifying document because it is required to perform numerous tasks, such as creating bank accounts and getting school admissions. Your validated biometric data and important personal data are recorded on your Aadhaar card.

Aadhaar card holders can now update their personal information online thanks to UIDAI's newly launched its online portal. You shave to contact UIDAI if you want to make any changes to your Aadhaar card. With the help of UIDAI, you can update your name, address, mobile number, photo, and email address.

Many people do not like the photo that is currently on their Aadhaar card. Read the steps below if you want to add a more recent photo to your previously created Aadhaar card.

How to Change Your Outdated Photograph on Aadhaar Card?

  • Go to uidai.gov.in to the UIDAI website and download the Aadhaar enrollment form.

  • Enter the required data into the form.

  • Submit the form at the Aadhaar Enrollment Center.

  • You can have your new photo shot here.

  • Along with GST, you must pay Rs 100.

  • After that, a receipt and an update request number will be given to you (URN).

  • With this URN, you can keep track of updates to your Aadhaar card.

It's important to keep in mind that this update could take up to 90 days. To have your picture taken for the Aadhaar card, you must visit an Aadhaar Enrollment Center.

Make sure you arrive well-prepared if you want the best photo for your Aadhaar card. You can use the UIDAI's facility to its fullest extent in this way.

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