Aadhaar is one of the most important forms of identification for Indian citizens. The Unique Identification Authority of India issues a 12-digit individual authentication number (UIDAI). UIDAI represents the Government of India, which is available online and can be downloaded by residents across the country.
Bal Aadhaar is a blue letter that contains Aadhaar numbers for children under the age of five. It is deemed invalid when the child reaches the age of five. And to keep it valid, when the child’s parents need to update details with biometrics. However, according to a recent tweet by UIDAI officials, there will be no change in a child’s Aadhaar after updating their biometrics.
APPLYING FOR BAL AADHAAR:
Step 1: Go to the UIDAI website by typing uidai.gov.in into your browser.
Step 2: To apply, click the Aadhaar Card registration icon.
Step 3: Next, the parents must enter information such as the child’s name, the phone number of the guardian and parents, and biometric information about the child.
Step 4: Enter information such as your home address, city, state, and so on.
Step 5: Fill out all of the required information.
Step 6: Select the appointment option for Aadhaar card registration.
Step 7: Make an appointment at the nearest enrollment centre.
Step 8: Arrive at the centre with the necessary documents such as identification, address proof, proof of relationship, date of birth, and reference number.
Step 9: Once the process is completed, the Aadhaar centre will provide an acknowledgement number for tracking purposes.