Now an inevitable ID to avail a number of social benefits together serving as an important KYC documents, it is sure you would not be able to do without Aadhaar in sometime from now for sure.
How Aadhaar ID gets deactivated?
1. An aadhaar ID with biometric anomalies
2. Id with multiple names in a single names
3. If not under use for three consecutive years, your ID is likely to get deactivated
4. Child aged below 5 years of age also needs to provide the details to the body again
5. Also, as per the guidelines of the UIDAI, a child who got his ID issued at less than 15 years of age has to compulsorily provide the details altogether.
But it is to be noted that deactivation does not means cancellation and a deactivated Aadhaar can be reactivated by updating your details with the Aadhaar issuing body or UIDAI.
Activation of Aadhaar- Its Process
For the reactivation of your ID, you need to update the details with the UIDAI and also verify your biometrics credentials. The various proofs for ID and address have to be submitted at the designated centre all over again.
For it you need to fill the Aadhaar update form and submit the relevant concerned documents. The minimum cost of Rs. 25 has to be borne for the activation process. Further your previous biometric details shall be compared with the previous data with the system and upon matching of the same, the aadhaar ID will yet again become functional or activated.