Process of Downloading Aadhaar Card by Name & Date of Birth

Aadhaar is the 12-digit number issued by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) under the provisions of the Aadhaar Act passed on 12th July 2016. Aadhaar card UID (Unique Identification) is validated after using the individual’s biometric details by scanning fingerprints, iris, and verifying the demographic details such as an address, date of birth, etc.

Aadhaar card is one of the most important documents required to apply for personal loans, home loans, credit cards, etc. Aadhaar card has been now made a mandatory document that is to be linked with the following –

  • Bank account
  • PAN card
  • Mobile SIM card
  • Mutual fund investments
  • Pension account
  • Provident Fund (PF)
  • Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT)
  • Death certificate

The Aadhaar card, along with the UID number, is a valid proof of address and identity of an Indian. After enrolling for the Aadhaar card through Aadhaar card centres, banks or post offices, the individual can avail his/her Aadhaar card by post. UIDAI has also initiated a facility of Aadhaar card download. The document can be downloaded with the help of enrolment ID, Aadhaar card number, virtual ID, date of birth, name or mobile number.

How to download Aadhaar card UID online by name and date of birth?

Downloading Aadhaar card with the help of name and date of birth is way simpler than doing so by providing enrolment number and UID number. At times if you are unable to remember the 12-digit UID number, you can easily the download the Aadhaar card. Here are the necessary steps to follow –

Step 1- Visit the official website of UIDAI.

Step 2- Enter your full name as applied while enrolment.

Step 3- Provide either your registered e-mail address or mobile number.

Step 4- Enter the security code.

Step 5- Click on the ‘Send OTP’ option.

Step 6- Type the OTP received on your mobile number or e-mail address.

Step 7- Click on ‘Verify OTP.’

Step 8- A notification will pop up on your screen saying the Aadhaar number has been sent to the registered mobile number.

Step 9- Check if you have received the Aadhaar enrolment number on your mobile.

Step 10- Re-visit the official UIDAI website and direct yourself to the e-Aadhaar page.

Step 11- Select the option ‘I have Aadhaar.’

Step 12- Fill in the Aadhaar enrolment number, name, pin code of your registered address, image captcha code.

Step 13- Click on ‘Request OTP.’

Step 14- Check the OTP received on your registered mobile number.

Step 15- Enter the received OTP and select ‘Download Aadhaar.’

A PDF format of your e-Aadhaar having the Aadhaar card UID will then be downloaded and saved on your device. You can get the document printed by entering the password. Having both a hard copy and soft copy of your Aadhaar card will ensure a smoother documentation process in any official work.

Bank account and Aadhaar Card

The government has not only made Aadhaar card a compulsory document requirement in banking activities but also to link the Aadhaar cards with the respective bank accounts. Financial institutions are also bound to deactivate such accounts which still not have been linked with Aadhaar cards, which might be one of the reasons affecting your personal loan approval process, financial proceedings, etc. Individuals were given the option of linking their bank accounts and Aadhaar card UID online as well as offline.

The Aadhaar card UID has also been made mandatory to progress with any bank/financial proceeding, be it opening a bank account or availing a personal loan, credit card, etc. It happens to be the most essential among KYC (Know Your Customer) documents. Availing any financial product or services from a financial institution is a lot simpler if you already have your Aadhaar card ready.

The UIDAI has also launched the mAadhaar app for mobile users, which enables them to carry their unique identification profile at all times. The app also has a feature of Aadhaar card download online. The individual thus need not carry a hard copy of the document every time. The e-Aadhaar can substantiate on such instances.