Aadhar card verification, documents, and approval process

Aadhar cards are not that quick to come by. They can be, but if you’re not equipped with the required information on what you need to get through the process quickly and efficiently, things can get messy. In my case, I used the internet to find out what all I needed to do to get things I needed to carry with myself to the station. Here is a short list for you to use.

Adhar Card Verification: Documents you need.


Make sure to make a check list and tick things you have kept with yourself, so that nothing is left behind. If you don’t have some document, don’t worry. The officers are usually kind and willing to help you out.

For Proof on identity, you need Passport, Ration/PDS Photo card, PAN card, Driver’s license, Voter ID card, NREGS Job Card, Photo ID card from a government institution/Service photo ID issued by a PSU, Disability ID Card, CGHS/ECHS Photo Card. Most IDs provided or recognised by the government with a photo of your face should do.
For Address Proof, you can use Passport, Voter ID card, Bank Statement, Driver’s license, Ration Card, Electricity Bill, Telephone Bill or Water Bill (none older than 3 months). Other documents that may be used include Insurance policy, Property tax receipts (not older than 3 months), NREGS Job Card, Arms License, Caste and Domicile certificates with Photo, Gas Bill (not older than 3 months), Disability card etc. For rural areas, Village Panchayat or similar authority may issue Certificate of Address.
For minors, the following proofs on relationships are necessary, and include PDS Card, Pension Card, MNREGA Job Card, Medical Cards from CGHS, State Government, ECHS or ESIC, a Valid Passport and others.

Please note that you must carry the originals of the documents you are taking with yourself for verification, along with copies.

Aadhar card Verification and formation process:

After you bring the documents to the authority, the officers there will verify the copies and the original certificates and documents. After that, data about you will be collected that when combined is unique to you and almost impossible to duplicate. This includes your photographs, Retina patterns, thumbprints and such parameters.

After the process is done, your Aadhar card will be available to be viewed on the internet once it is ready. You can download a copy or print it out. The original will be mailed to your in due time, and you can then use this simple card for all types of ID formalities. If you want to know your jurisdiction using aadhar card or pan card then you can use the given source.