Aadhar Card Address requirement
One of the valid documents required for change in residential address mentioned by UIDAI for change in residential address, which can be submitted by a given individual is "tenancy" agreement. Thus, any new tenant in an accommodation can submit his "tenancy agreement" of 11 months duration for incorporating his/her address change in his/her Aadhar.
Surprisingly, the same list does not include the official "registry deed" of a flat/house by the house owner as the valid document for address change in Aadhar. Thus, while a "rent agreement" submitted by a tenant, who may be staying in a particular flat/house for only 11 months, is allowed as a valid document by UIDAI as a valid document, the house owner of the said flat/house is disallowed the submission of "registered deed" of the same flat/house as a valid document.
A case in point is of my son, who has his own flat in NCR, his wife and two children. Incidentally, because of this anomaly they cannot get new Aadhar cards. This implies they cannot get address change incorporated in their bank records, driving licences and all other documents, because now Aadhar is required at each and every place. In turn, I and my wife, both retired from Government service and residing with our son, are also deprived of the facility to change residential address in government records, including banks.
I would, therefore, like to raise this issue with help of Local Circles with the UIDAI authorities, so that many of people like us do not suffer for no fault of ours. more
I do not think the rule makers have done it unintentionally, they may be having some thing in mind for not recognizing Ownership deed. what is it? more
Our ministers bureaucrates travel world wide. Can't then learn from countries like Singapore, USA, Germany how they have implemented things. No they will never because they need some work for their presence to be felt important. Only God can save us if he has mercy or a virus like Corona nothing else can improve us. more