Lost AADHAAR Card Enrollment Acknowledgement Slip? Have you lost your AADHAAR Card? Contact help desk for support. In this article, we will discuss what enrolment number in the aadhar card is and how it is useful to track the update process. We also have share list of the FAQs also. So read it!
We know that UIDAI- the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issue Aadhar to all resident of India. It is 12 digits unique identification number based on the demographic and biometric data obtained from an individual.
Aadhar card now required for carrying out multiple tasks for every government related service including getting your LPG subsidies, filing your income tax return, etc. the unique identification number generated at a time when you apply for aadhar card so you receive your card or not, you can use it from the receipt. It is also known as Aadhar Enrolment ID which is mandatory to quote in the Income Tax Return form.
CBDT- the Central Board of Direct Taxes has declared that from July 1, 2017, every person has to mention their Aadhar number or their Aadhar Enrolment ID number for applying for allotment of PAN as well as the filing of Income tax returns.
What is AADHAAR Card Enrollment Acknowledgement Number?
HOW TO GET AADHAR ENROLLMENT ID?
When you visit an Aadhar Enrolment center and fill the Aadhar Enrolment form, it asks for some details that are mandatory. Once you fill the form and submit all the supporting documents with your signature, thumbprint or name to validate the form, the staff person at the enrolment center records your biometric information like spot photograph, fingerprints, retina scan, etc. and add it to Aadhar Card database.
You will then receive an acknowledgment slip which has your Aadhar Enrolment number or Aadhar Enrolment ID. After successful verification, hard copy of aadhar card sent to your postal address. It takes up to 90 days to deliver your Aaddhar card. You can track the status of your Aadhar card using the Enrolment id printed on the slip.
HOW TO CHECK AADHAR STATUS WITH ENROLMENT NUMBER?
One can stack the status of Aadhar online through the official website of UIDAI and with aadhar enrollment id. To check the status, here are the steps:
- First, click on the link given below:
- Now, enter your Aadhar Enrolment ID and Date/Time in the given format dd/mm/yyyy and hh:mm:ss as it is from the enrolment slip.
- Enter the security code given on the screen.
- If you can’t precisely view or read the code, click on ‘Try another’ and enter the new code in the box.
- Click on ‘Check Status’ and the status of your Aadhar Card display on your screen.
CAN I RETRIEVE MY LOST AADHAR CARD ENROLMENT NUMBER?
Yes, it is possible to retrieve your aadhaar card if you lose the acknowledgment slip containing your Enrolment ID. It can be done by following the simple steps given below. Note that you need you to have your register mobile number or your email id accessible at the time of the process, which you had provided at the time of enrolment. Here are the steps to retrieve your lost Enrolment ID:
- Click on the link given below:
- Next, choose any of the options from the left side window that retrieves your lost Aadhar Number or Enrolment ID.
- Provide your details like the full name (as per Aadhar), email or mobile number and at last enter the security code.
- You will receive an OTP (one-time password) on your mobile number or email id. Enter it in the respective box.
- After that, you will receive your Aadhar number or Enrolment number through SMS on your register mobile number.
It is all about what is the enrollment number in Aadhar Card. However the CBDT decided to declare the non-cancellation of PAN when not linked with Aadhar, it would lead to many bottlenecks and difficulties for individuals to conduct normal banking and other financial transactions. That’s why to get rid of all the above problems Aadhar being mandatory to perform some important tasks.
Frequently Asked Questions
- IS AADHAAR CARD COMPULSORY FOR FILING INCOME TAX RETURN?
It is compulsory to declare the Aadhar Enrolment ID or Aadhar Card Number of Aadhar application form as per Section 139AA of the Income-tax Act, 1961, which was inserted by Finance Act, 2017 for the filing of income tax return.
Some amendments to the Finance Act, 2017 introduced by The Union Government declaring that persons who have received Aadhar number with effect from July 1, 2017, should link the Aadhar number:
In the application form for allocation of Permanent Account Number (PAN) and the return of income (ITR).
The Section 139AA(3) of the of the Income-tax Act has excluded four categories of people from compulsory quoting the Enrolment ID:
- An individual who is an NRI as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.
- An individual who is not a citizen of India.
- A person who is living in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, and Meghalaya.
- A person whose age is eighty years or more than this at any time during the previous year.
- HOW CAN I FILE MY TAX RETURN, IF MY AADHAR YET NOT RECEIVED EVEN AFTER APPLYING?
If you applied for aadhar card but not receive at the time of filing return, then you can mention your 14 digits Aadhar Enrolment Number from your acknowledgment slip and file your returns successfully.
- IS PAN NUMBER ENOUGH FOR FILING RETURNS IF YOU HAVE NOT GOT YOUR AADHAAR CARD?
The government of India has made it mandated for all taxpayers to link their Aadhar card with PAN to file income tax returns. The primary objective of this process is to control tax evasion using multiple PAN cards.
When your PAN card linked with Aadhar card, there are zero chances to avoid paying tax; taxpayers could file ITRs if they have not linked Aadhar and PAN until August 2015. However, the government made it mandatory to link aadhar with PAN until December, 31st 2017, and after that, the date extended from December, 31st 2017 to June, 3oth 2018 by keeping in mind the process difficulties facing by taxpayers.
- IS AADHAAR NUMBER REQUIRED TO NRIS FOR FILING INCOME TAX RETURNS?
Although NRIs excluded from income tax for their abroad income, they have to file a tax return for the income they earned in India. But for all those Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), the Indian government has exempted them from the requirement of quoting Aadhar number while filing income tax returns.
Those people who do not stay in India physically more than 182 days of consecutive 12 months are not eligible for Aadhar enrolment. Thus, they are not needed to quote Aadhar or Enrolment number while filing returns.