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Not every 12-digit number is Aadhaar Verify here

                 Not every 12-digit number is Aadhaar Verify here

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has asked citizens to take some precautions about their 12-digit biometric numbers, which is an important tool of identification. Everyone, whether young or old, can apply for Aadhar card
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However, all need to provide name, birthdate, gender, address, mobile number, relationship proof and email id, among others. To apply, Aadhar card enrollment centers are available throughout India, where citizens can provide personal details.
During this process, biometric information like applicants' fingerprints, iris scan and face photo is taken. After taking these details, the nomination id is given, which holds the same value as the actual base card.

It will be a 12-digit biometric card, which comes after enrollment, which maintains the final proof of your identity. UIDAI has asked citizens to be cautious.
UIDAI said through its twitter account, "There is no 12 digit number base."
To check if your base number is valid or not. You can visit the UIDAI website and go to the section of My Aadhaar. Under sub-base services, there will be a column, which will be mentioned to verify your base number.
You will be directed to a page with a title verified base. To verify this, enter the 12 digit base number in the respective box whether your base number is valid or not.





                                                                   
During this process, biometric information like applicants' fingerprints, iris scan and face photo is taken.

You will be asked to feed your base number and security code mentioned in a small box. After verifying, just verify. A status will be given whether your Aadhaar card is valid or not.

UIDAI also clarified another Aadhar card security facility. It said, "UIDAI is strict against any agency receiving additional money from the residents for the base services. If you are charged extra, you can file a complaint about the nomination agency / operator."
UIDAI repeated that the Aadhaar card enrollment is free. However, if you want to update your base and want to reprint, then the citizen will have to pay 50 rupees. Apart from this, if any additional charge is taken, file a complaint at uidai.gov.in or call on 1947.

The base identification platform comes with the features of specificity, authentication, financial address and e-KYC, allowing the Government of India to reach the residents of the country directly in the distribution of various subsidies, benefits and services using the base number of the resident. .

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