UIDAI changed the rules for changing address in Aadhaar, now these documents will have to be given

Aadhar Card: The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) said that citizens cannot change their address on their Aadhaar card without any proof. Recently UIDAI has changed the rules of Aadhar card and stopped the no proof provision. Now you will need documents to change your address. Given that Aadhaar has become an important document for Indian citizens, it is imperative to change it at the earliest.

Details can be changed online

1- Go to the official website of UIDAI.

2- Go to my Aadhaar from the drop-down menu at the top and click on Update Aadhaar. You can also click on this link (https://ssup.uidai.gov.in/ssup/).

3- Then you have to enter your Aadhar card details and captcha code for proof.

4- Now fill your new address and related information.

5- You have to upload the address proof on 32 officially approved UIDAI.

Documents required for the address (any one of these)
Passport
Bank Statement / Passbook
Post Office Account Details / Passbook
ration magazine
voter id card
driving license
Government Photo Identity Card / Service Photo Identity Card issued by PSU
Electricity bill (not older than 3 months)
Water bill (not older than 3 months)
Telephone landline bill (not older than 3 months)
Wealth Tax Receipt (not older than 1 year)
Credit card statement (not older than 3 months)
insurance policy
Signature letter with photograph from the bank on letterhead
Signature letter with photograph issued by the registered company on letterhead
Signature letter with photograph issued on letterhead by recognized educational institution or photo ID bearing address issued by recognized educational institution
NREGA job card
pensioner card
freedom fighter card
Kisan Passbook
CGHS/ECHS Card
income tax assessment order
vehicle registration certificate
Registered Sale / Lease / Rent Agreement
Address card with photograph issued by the Department of Posts

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