The process for the Aadhaar enrollment of a resident of the country involves biometric (photograph, iris-scan, fingerprints) and demographic data of residents.
However, one of the most common complaints among Aadhaar cardholders is dissatisfaction with their Aadhaar Card photograph.Read more ↓
Now, if you want to know how to change the photo in the Aadhaar card, you can do so offline, as there is no provision to change the photo in your Aadhaar card online.
According to the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Aadhaar cardholders must go to their nearest Aadhaar enrollment centre and request a photo change with an Aadhaar representative.
Here is a step-by-step guide you can follow to update the photo on the Aadhaar card.
Step 1: First, open any browser and visit uidai.gov.in
Step 2: Next, from UIDAI’s website download the Aadhaar Enrolment/Correction/Update Form
Step 3: Now, fill out the Aadhaar enrollment form and submit it to an Aadhaar representative at the nearest Aadhaar enrollment centre.
Note: With a photograph, one can also update their name, address or any other detail.
Step 4: At the Aadhaar enrollment centre, the Aadhaar representative will get your biometric details like iris, fingerprints and facial photograph.
Step 5: At last, the representative will charge Rs 25 plus GST to update your Aadhaar Card photograph.
You will get an Acknowledgement slip containing the URN. You can use the URN to check if the photograph on your Aadhaar Card has updated or not.
Once your request to change the photo in Aadhar is processed, you can download the updated Aadhaar card online. ReadMore
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