The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a significant loss of human life around the world, and it poses an unparalleled threat to public health, food systems, and the workplace. Due to the Karnataka government's weekend curfew, UIDAI-run Aadhaar Seva Kendras in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Hubballi, and Davangere will be closed on April 24 and 25. You will be able to reschedule previous appointments.
Due to the week end curfew announced by Govt Of Karnataka, UIDAI-run Aadhaar Seva Kendras located at Bengaluru, Mysuru, Hubballi and Davangere will remain closed on 24th and 25th April 21. If you have prior appointments, you will be allowed to re-schedule them. #StayHomeStaySafe— Aadhaar Office Bengaluru (@UIDAIBengaluru) April 22, 2021
You may reschedule or cancel your Aadhaar Enrolment online appointment with the Unique Identification Authority of India. This service is available on the UIDAI website.
You have the option to adjust the time of your appointment if you have scheduled an online appointment and are unable to make it on time. If you change your mind about getting an Aadhaar Card or want to schedule an appointment at a different place, you can cancel the appointment.
How to Reschedule Your Appointment?
Follow the measures below to reschedule your aadhaar card appointment online:
Step 1: Visit the official website appointments.uidai.gov.in.
Step 2: Enter your Token ID
Step 3: Enter your mobile number
Step 4: Click on the 'reschedule appointment' button to reschedule your appointment.
Step 5: Chose enrolment center and site, as well as the date and time of your appointment.
Step 6: Enter the verification code.
Step 7: Click on the 'fix appointment' button to confirm.
This page will now show your new appointment letter. Take a printout of the letter after downloading it.
Carry this letter with you to your Aadhaar center appointment. The appropriate document will also be mentioned in this letter
Residents can get an e-Aadhaar card by entering their 12-digit Aadhaar number, full name, and pin code. OTP is sent to the registered mobile number during the download process. Instead of using an OTP, residents can use TOTP to download e-Aadhaar. The mAadhaar mobile app can be used to create TOTP.
For first time, residents can also obtain an e-Aadhaar card by entering their 28-digit enrolment number, full name, and pin code. During the download process, an OTP is sent to the registered mobile number. Instead of using OTP, residents can use TOTP to download e-Aadhaar. The mAadhaar mobile application can be used to create TOTP.
You can mask your Aadhaar number in your downloaded e-Aadhaar using the Mask Aadhaar option. Masked Aadhaar numbers are generated by replacing the first eight digits of the Aadhaar number with characters such as "xxxx-xxxx," leaving only the last four digits visible.