One of the essential identity documents for Indians is the Aadhaar card to which the PAN card and other services are linked through the unique identification number. This document provides various handy features including an electronic copy of the Aadhaar card which can be taken anywhere using UID and cell phone number. So people don’t have to worry about carrying the physical copy of the document. Now ID document can be changed hassle-free by staying at home and updating or changing Aadhaar card online using UID and registered contact number. If the registered cell phone number is lost or is not currently in use, one should go to the nearest Aadhaar center and fill out a form to submit the request.
Go to the official UIDAI website and enter your local PIN code to check the nearest Aadhaar center. This can also be done through the mAadhaar app. If you cannot operate online, call the 1947 helpline for details of the nearest Aadhaar or Aadhaar Kendra Center.
How to update or link a mobile number with Aadhaar
At the Aadhaar center, fill out a form asking to link the new mobile number and update the Aadhaar database. A fee of Rs 50 will be charged for submitting the request. In addition, biometric verification will be required. A unique reference number will be provided to verify the status of the document update, and which can be used on the mAadhaar app or the official UIDAI website.
Deadline for linking PAN card to extended Aadhaar card
According to a recent statement from the Central Commission for Direct Taxes (CBDT), the deadline for associating their PAN card with the Aadhaar biometric identification has been extended until March 2022, i.e. September 30, 2021 earlier. The decision was made in light of the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The CBDT also extended the deadline for the completion of penalty proceedings under the Income Tax Act from September 30, 2021 to March 31, 2022, followed by the extension of the deadline for the issuance of the notice and the adoption of the order by the arbitrator. Authority under the Ban on Real Estate Transactions in Benami Act 1998.