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shailesh.khaire

Updation of Address on AAdhar Card

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shailesh.khaire

Hello,

i have received the AAdhar card almost 3 years of my registering the same

but now i stay at a different location and want to update the address on the same

 

my questions as below

 

1. What docs will be required for the updation ?

2. Can this be done online ?

3. Rent agreement is notarized and not registered will it work ?

4. in all how much time does it take to get the same updated

5. the aadhar card of my family members mentions the current address will it work as a address proof ?

 

Please help me with the same

 

Thanks

Shailesh

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D.T.RATHAVA

Dear Member,

your query does not relate to RTI Act to which this portal is dedicated. This portal is dedicated in guiding citizen in seeking information from Public authorities under RTI Act.

This portal is meant only for discussion on RTI related issues

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Prasad GLN

You can make changes in AADHAR card on line with self attested proof of residence of any one document of copy of Driving license, Credit card bills, insurance policy, vehicle registration, Telephone bills, Bank passbooks and if you do not have any thing, get a certificate of residence proof from nearest post office.

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koteswararaonerella

you are again stated to be living in a rented house and again if you change ,you want the AADHAAR card to be changed again ? you think over and then proceed.

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