The government of each country monitors its citizens. To layout a platform to do the monitoring, it establishes an organization to carry out this task. it is not an easy task to control a large population. It is not a simple task to do this from one office or location. To deal with this problem of registration or enrollment, the government opens centers in various locations all over the country. These centers provide numerous tasks such as registration, updating, and issuance of resident certificates. These registration centers are also called the Enrollment Center.
In India, the registration power has been granted to a government-owned called Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). UIDAI is responsible to controls the registry through the network of Aadhar enrollment centers.
Like any other enrollment agency, the main objective of the Aadhar Enrollment Center is to get new applicants enrolled for Aadhar. Apart from this, they aim to provide exclusive help and support for any changes to demographic as well as biometric Aadhar details. Before visiting any center, must carry supporting documents so that you will not face any trouble or multiple visits.
Steps to Apply for Aadhaar Card without Documents
Though you need supporting documents for Aadhaar enrollment, still there are circumstances where you do not have any. In this case, you hold up for the enrollment process. However, you want to get an Aadhar card. In this case, UIDAI has also given you an option to apply for the Aadhar card. In this case, you can take the support of an introducer. The introducer is the person licensed by UIDAI to attest Aadhaar card without supporting documents. You can do the process by following the steps mentioned below:
1. Go to your nearest Aadhaar Enrolment Centre.
2. Ask for the Aadhaar Enrolment/Correction Form. Fill out the form by entering all details correctly.
3. Now it is your duty to get this enrollment form attested or authenticated by an introducer. Make sure the introducer has been identified and notified properly. It means that it is identified and notified by the Registrar or Aadhaar regional offices.
4. Now submit this authenticated form into the Aadhaar enrollment center staff or executive
5. Move on to give your biometric details. These include iris scan, fingerprints, and photographs
6. You will be issued an EID (Enrollment ID) slip that contains the enrolment number. You can use this number to track the status of your application from the UIDAI web portal.
7. You will get the original Aadhar card at your registered address within 90 days of the application of enrollment. Most people get the Aadhar card within 45 to 60 days. It all depends upon the workload in the Aadhar center. As UIDAI has opened a lot of enrollment centers, the chances of rush and workload have reduced tremendously. So, there is a very rare chance of getting your Aadhar card, not on time.