What is the base PVC card ? Where and how can it be obtained ? That’s all you need to know
What is the base PVC card? Where and how can it be obtained? That’s all you need to know: UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) has recently introduced the release of PVC based Aadhaar card. This card is easy to carry and is durable. It will have a digitally signed secure QR code with photographs and demographic details equipped with many security features. UIDAI says that even if your mobile number is not registered with the Aadhaar card, you can order this card.
Will it be mandatory to use the same Aadhaar card now? No, it’s not. UIDAI has clarified that many types of cards will be issued from time to time for the convenience of the general public. Such as e-support, support letter m-support, and support PVC card. You can use any of these types of cards as per your convenience and availability. It is wrong to say that the old base is no longer valid. All cards are the same and can be used as a government document for identification.
How to get support PVC cards?
It can be ordered from UIDAI’s website uidai.gov.in or resident.uidai.gov.in. It will require an Aadhaar number, Virtual ID, or Enrollment ID. However, he will have to pay Rs 50 for it. Aadhar card will be delivered to the registered address through speed post. #AadhaarInYourWallet: To order Aadhaar PVC Card online, follow the link https://residentpvc.uidai.gov.in/order-pvc reprint. You’ll be charged INR50 for this service. Your Aadhaar PVC Card will be printed and handed over to the Department of Post within 5 working days, and AWB will be shared with you via SMS
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Learn in 10 Points How to order Aadhaar PVC Card?
Step 2. Click on the ‘Order Aadhaar Card’ service.
Step 3. Enter your 10-digit Aadhaar number (UID) or 16-digit Virtual Identification Number (VID) or 28-digit enrollment ID.
Step 4. Note the security code.
Step 5. Select the option of the registered number to get OTP. If the mobile number is not registered, fill in the optional number if available.
Step 6. Click ‘Send OTP’.
Step 7. Tick ‘Terms and Conditions’ after approval. (Note: Click on the hyperlink and see the details)
Step 8. After completing the ‘OTP’ verification process, click Submit.
Step 9. After clicking on ‘Make amount’ you will reach the payment gateway, where you will get the option of Credit / Debit Card, Net Banking, and UPI.
Step 10. Receipt of successful payment will be received, it will have a digital signature on it. You will get the service request number on SMS. You can use this number to track the process until the card is delivered.