UIDAI gave a shock to Aadhaar users. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has suspended the address verification process and two services associated with reprinting of documents. UIDAI has discontinued the power of updating details on Aadhaar card through postal address verification letter. Address Validation Letter facility has been suspended till further orders as per the knowledge given by UIDAI. Removing the Address Validation Letter option is probably going to possess a negative impact on tenants.
Also, even those that don’t have any documents may find it difficult to vary their address. Additionally, UIDAI has disabled the likelihood of reprinting an old card. If the previous cardholder loses the first card, it’s possible to reprint the old Aadhaar card. Consistent with Live Hindustan it seems that these services have now been discontinued. Recently, an individual on Twitter asked the Aadhaar card helpline about the Aadhaar card reprint and address validation letter. To this, the solution came that the service wasn’t available from the assistance center. PVC card are often obtained in situ of Aadhaar card reprint. It’s about the dimensions of an ATM.