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UIDAI Retrieve Lost UID/ EID : Unique Identification Authority of India

Organization : Unique Identification Authority of India
Facility : Retrieve Lost UID/ EID
Country : India
Home Page : https://uidai.gov.in/

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UIDAI Retrieve Lost UID/ EID

Now aadhaar card becomes very essential for every purpose. If you lost your aadhaar, you can get duplicate aadhaar using UID/ EID.

Below are the guidelines to retrieve Lost UID/ EID

Related / Similar Service : UIDAI Aadhaar Authentication

Go to the link of Retrieve Lost UID/ EID available in the home page.

Step 1 : Select you want to retrieve your lost Aadhaar Number (UID) or Enrolment Number (EID)
Step 1 : Enter Full Name
Step 2 : Enter Email or Mobile
Step 3 : Enter Security Code
Step 4 : Click Send OTP Button

All letters are case sensitive
* Marked are mandatory Fields

Enter OTP Once you received and click Verify OTP button

Note :
1. Your registered Mobile Number / Email which you had provided at the time of enrolment is mandatory to retrieve your lost UID / EID.
2. If you have not registered your Mobile number while enrolling for Aadhaar, You are required to visit a Permanent Enrolment Centre to get it registered.
3. In case you have changed your mobile number or you wish to change the registered Email you are required to get it updated in your Aadhaar as soon as possible.
4. No documents required to be submitted for Mobile and Email update.

Verify Email/ Mobile Number

This feature can be used to verify email address and mobile number that has been declared during enrolment or latest successful processed update request, which ever is later.

Go to the link provided below to verify Email/ Mobile Number.

Verify Email/ Mobile Number : https://resident.uidai.gov.in/web/resident/verify-email-mobile

Step 1 : Enter Aadhaar Number
Step 2 : Enter Email or Mobile
Step 3 : Enter Security Code
Step 4 : Click Get OTP button
Step 5 : Enter OTP & click Verify OTP button

Verify Your Aadhaar

Go to the link of Verify Aadhaar link available in the home page.

* Marked are mandatory Fields
All letters are case sensitive
Step 1 : Enter the 12 digit Aadhaar number in the relevant box to verify if your Aadhaar number is valid or not deactivated.
Step 2 : Enter Security Code
Step 3 : Click Verify Button

Get Aadhaar Number on Mobile

Go to the link of Verify Aadhaar link available in the home page.

You are required to Enrol at an Aadhaar Enrolment Centre to get your Aadhaar. f you have enrolled Check your Aadhaar Status to know if your Aadhaar is generated.

You will require EID (Enrolment ID) and your Registered Mobile number to get your Aadhaar on your mobile.

Step 1 : Enter Enrolment ID
EID (1234/12345/12345)
Enrolment ID (EID): The top of your acknowledgement slip contains 14 digit enrolment number (1234/12345/12345)and the 14 digit date and time (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss) of enrolment. These 28 digits together form your Enrolment ID (EID).

Step 2 : Enter Registered Mobile number
Date/Time (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss)
Registered Mobile Number is essential to avail Aadhaar Online services.
In case your mobile number is not registered with your Aadhaar, visit the nearest Permanent Enrolment Centre(PAC).

Step 3 : Click Verify Button
Step 4 : Enter Security Code
Step 5 : Click Send OTP Button
Step 6 : Enter OTP-6 digit Number
Step 7 : Click Submit Button

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it possible to link Mobile Number with Aadhaar through OTP? What is the procedure to link Mobile Number with Aadhaar?
As per DOT Directive, some Telecom Operators have started linking of SIM with Aadhaar via OTP based authentication. To know more about the process, please contact your respective Telecom Service Provider.

What is TOTP?
** It is an one-time temporary password (OTP), that is generated by an algorithm and valid only for 30 seconds. Because of this time variable characteristic, it is called TOTP.
** TOTP is 8 digit long numeric string.
** TOTP is personal to the resident and is uniquely generated every 30 seconds for each resident separately.

** With time-based OTP, the TOTP validation server and token generation app(like mAadhaar) use their respective system times to generate OTPs. The TOTP algorithm assumes that the system times are synchronized.

Why to use TOTP?
TOTPs avoid a number of shortcomings that are associated with traditional SMS based OTP. The most important shortcoming that is addressed by TOTPs is that resident will not be dependent on mobile network for SMS delivery. Generating and sending OTP requires users to go through a completely unrelated workflow.

How TOTP is generated?
TOTP is generated in mobile application like mAadhaar. However, the Client mobile device’s time should be in sync with IST time-zone.

How to configure?
** Download mAadhaar android mobile application
** Create new resident profile.
** Navigate to TOTP page view, your TOTP should be visible and is valid for 30 seconds.

Is it necessary to link bank account with Aadhaar?
As per gazette notification of Ministry of Finance, dated 1st June 2017, Individuals are required to provide Aadhaar number for linking all their bank accounts before 31st Dec 2017.

For residents not having Aadhaar it is suggested that they get themselves Enroled to get an Aadhaar.

In case, Resident is an NRI/OCI card holder and having bank account in India but Resident doesn’t have Aadhaar. What will happen to his/her Bank account?
For NRIs it is suggested that they disclose their non-resident status with proof to their bank.

For the status of account becoming in-operational only the relevant banks shall be able to give response.

Can we register/ change mobile number online?
For any online update request, including updation of mobile number, resident should already have an active number registered with UIDAI where person can receive OTP SMS and authenticate himself/herself. Otherwise you would need to visit nearest UIDAI permanent Enrolment centre.

I want to give up my Aadhaar. How and what needs to be done?
Presently there is no Policy to give up Aadhaar. However Aadhaar holders can secure their Biometric Authentication as per need by locking or unlocking Biometrics using “Lock/Unlock Biometrics” functionality at UIDAI official website “resident.uidai.gov.in”

Answered Questions

How can I check aadhaar status?
Go to the link of check aadhaar status available in the home page. Enter your Enrolment ID & Security Code to know the status.

What is Enrolment ID?
The top of your acknowledgement slip contains 14 digit enrolment number (1234/12345/12345) and the 14 digit date and time (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss) of enrolment. These 28 digits together form your Enrolment ID (EID).

How can I retrieve lost EID?
You need your registered mobile number to retrieve your ID.

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