How to Download Aadhaar Card Without Enrollment Number?

The enrollment details mentioned on the acknowledgment slip provided at the time of registration for Aadhaar contains details which are very significant in order to you’re your Aadhaar card. The most significant detail mentioned on the acknowledgment slip is the enrollment number (EID) and time stamp with the help of which you can easily download your Aadhaar card from the website of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

But in case you have misplaced your enrollment number or the acknowledgment slip, then it becomes very difficult to retrieve the details but don’t worry as the steps mentioned below would make the download of Aadhaar card very easy and convenient for you.

-} Visit the official website of UID at uidai.gov.in

-} Find “Aadhaar Enrolment” and underneath choose “Retrieve Lost ‘UID/EID’”

-} You will be redirected to a new page where in you would have to choose between Aadhaar card or EID.

-} Select “Enrollment number (EID)”

-} Punch in the details as required such as name, email address or contact number, and the captcha code in order to receive an OTP which you shall receive on your registered contact number.

-} You can use this OTP in order to authenticate your request

-} After the OTP authentication, you shall be given the enrolment details with the help of which you would be able to download your aadhaar card.

Once you have your enrollment details you can easily download your Aadhaar card with the help of below mentioned steps:

-} Visit the link – https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/

-} Choose between, “Enrollment Id” OR “Aadhaar”, underneath “I have:”

-} Punch in your Enrollment Id that your received on your phone and also the complete details – full name, Pin Code, captcha code and contact number

-} Hit “Get OTP”

-} You will receive your OTP – One Time Password which you shall receive on your registered mobile number and/or the email address as per your selection.

-} Punch in the OTP you just got on your registered contact number in the “Enter OTP” and select “Validate and Download”

-} This downloads your e-Aadhar card. You can now punch in your name first four letters and birth of year to open the PDF as your password.

-} You can now either take a print-out of your e-AADHAR card or can store it for your use.

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