UIDAI invites Aadhaar numbers issued more than ten years ago to update their documentation.

UIDAI, the government organization that issues Aadhaar numbers, stated in a statement that the update can be completed both online and at Aadhaar centers.

UIDAI invites Aadhaar numbers issued more than ten years ago to update their documentation.

Holders of the unique ID Aadhaar who received it more than ten years ago and have not updated their information subsequently are being urged to do so, the UIDAI said on Tuesday. This includes updating their identification and residency proof documents. The government organisation that issues Aadhaar numbers, UIDAI, stated in a statement that the updating can be done both online and at Aadhaar centers. People who received their unique identity number more than ten years ago and haven't updated their paperwork since the time of issue are allegedly being "asked" to do so. However, UIDAI does not specify if this update is required.

According to the statement, "Anyone who had their Aadhaar made 10 years ago and had not updated the information in any of the succeeding years is being prompted to complete document updation." Payment of the necessary amount is required in order to update identification documents and provide proof of residency. It continued, "This capability may be accessed using the My Aadhaar webpage or by stopping by the nearest Aadhaar center. Through iris, fingerprints, and photos, the Aadhaar programme establishes identification.