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How to Re-apply for New Aadhar Card? – Get Duplicate Aadhar Card Guide

After Aadhar Card Enrollment Process at UIDAI Porta,l Many Aadhar Holders have complaints regarding REJECTION of their Aadhar Update Application. We want to tell you that there are many reasons for this. But You can still reapply for New Aadhar Card. Here is the full Process of that. First Let’s discuss about the Possible reason to Rejection of Application.

Possible Reason for Aadhar Application Rejection

  • You may Have Provided Wrong Supporting Documents.
  • Your Application From Stay on Hold.
  • UIDAI fails to Verify your Supporting Documents.
  • Your Biometrics can’t be Recognize.
  • You Have Provided Wrong Information in Aadhar Application Form.
  • The possibility of rejection In the case of UID database already has an enrolment with your demographic or biometric data.
  • Your Aadhar Application isn’t Found.

So, Now you know Why your Application was Rejected. It’s time to Re-apply Aadhar Application for Enrolment but This time Make Sure you Don’t make Any Mistakes.

Re-Apply for Aadhar Card Enrollment

Re-applying Aadhar Application Process is Same as Fresh Application Form Enrollment. You can do this Online and Offline both the way. But this Time You need to Take care of All the Details that You have Entered in Aadhar Card.

  • Download Aadhar Application/Enrolment Form online.
  • Before filling the form We insist all of you that read All the Fields Carefully.
  • Now start filling all the Necessary Details Including Pre-Aadhar EID, TIN/NPR Receipt, Name, Address, Gender, Age, District, State, Mobile Number, PIN Code, Concent etc.
  • Provide your biometrics to Aadhar Card Kendra – fingerprints for all fingers and iris scans of both eyes, Provide Your Photograph for future reference.

Write all the Details in Capital/Uppercase Letters.

  • Don’t Overwrite, Don’t use Lowercase.
  • Now after all the process handover the Application to aadhar official and ask them to Check all the fields. (They will guide you in case you have made any Mistakes while filling aadhar application form)
  • Provide your Aadhar Supporting Documents to UIDAI Official and ask them They are Valid or not?
  • Submit Your Application to Aadhar Card Kendra.

Check Aadhar Application Submitted or Not

Now the Question that arrives in your Mind is You have Submitted Your Application But How you will Get to Know Is it Really Submitted or not? After Successfully Submission of your Aadhar Application, You need to Check Your Aadhar Status Online.

The Process is very simple You Just Need to Enter Information and You will able to Check your Aadhar Application Status. If you still facing any problems then let us know in the comment section and we will try to solve them.

Download and Print Eaadhar Card Online Using EID & UID

Download and Print Aadhar Card Online

Aadhar Card is Very Important Identity Proof for every Indian Citizen. Aadhar is Unique 12 digit Randomly Generated number Provided by Unique Identification Authority of India.

Download EAadhaar Online

Here is the Short process to Download Eaadhar Online.

  • Open UIDAI Official Portal
  • Now Choose ‘Enrolment ID (EID)’ or ‘Aadhaar Number (UID)’.
  • Enter your Aadhaar number or Enrolment ID (EID is given in the Enrollment Slip).
  • Enter Your Full Name.
  • Enter Your 6 Digit Area PINCODE.
  • Provide Register Mobile Number.
  • Click on ‘Get One Time Password’ to generate OTP.
  • Enter that OTP and click on ‘Validate and Download’.
  • Your E-Aadhaar card PDF will be downloaded on your computer.

Download Eaadhaar by Enrollment ID

In this Method, You need your Enrolment Id. The process is simple and Fast. You just have to select EID Option in UIDAI Portal.

  • First Open UIDAI Web Portal –
  • Under the Aadhaar Online Services, select “Download Aadhar” Option.
  • In the Next Window, You need to Enter your 14 digit EID and the time with Given Date (This information is given in Enrollment ID Slip).
  • Enter your name, pin code, registered mobile number and image captcha.
  • After Entering Registered Mobile number you will receive OTP.
  • Enter the OTP and Submit the Form.
  • If your Application has verified successfully then Your Aadhar card will be automatically downloaded to your computer in PDF Format.
  • You can’t Open the PDF Because it’s Password Protected.

SEE ALSO – Password to Open Eaadhar PDF

  • The PDF file has your Aadhaar card that can be printed. The printed copy can be used as an original document.

Download Eaadhaar using Aadhar Number

The Process to Download and Print Aadhar by UID Number is same as EID Mention above. Here you need to select UID option instead of Enrollment Number. Follow the given steps:

  • Visit UIDAI Official web portal –
  • On the main page under Aadhar Services Tab select “Download Aadhar” Option.
  • In the Next Window, You need to Enter your 12 digits UID and the time with Given Date.
  • Enter your name, pin code, registered mobile number and image captcha to generate an OTP.
  • After Entering Registered Mobile number you will receive OTP.
  • Enter the OTP to download Eaadhar PDF.
  • You Aadhaar card will be automatically downloaded to your computer in PDF Format.

After Successful Download of your E-aadhar, We highly Recommend you to Take 2 Coloured Print out Of Your Duplicate Aadhar Card for Future Use. This Eaadhar has equal importance as original Aadhar Card. UIDAI has provided this Online Facility to get your Aadhar Fast while your Original Aadhar takes approx 90 Days to come Home Offline.

If you are getting any errors while downloading your Eaadhar kindly Mention in the comment section and we try to help you as soon as possible.

Indian bank will not allow people to buy bitcoins anymore : RBI to BAN Deposit & Withdraw on Bitcoin Exchanges

Latest News is coming out from SBI states that: Indian People will not be able to buy cryptocurrency via banks or e-wallets etc. in India anymore as Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has banned them with immediate effect from “dealing with or providing services to any individuals or business entities dealing with or settling virtual currencies”.

RBI in its first bi-monthly monetary policy has announced that any entity regulated by them such as banks, wallets etc. shall not deal with or provide services to any individual or business entities for buying or selling of cryptocurrency such as bitcoins. If banks, e-wallets and any other entities regulated by RBI are not allowed to facilitate sale or purchase of cryptocurrencies, obviously individuals will not be able to transfer money from their bank accounts to their crypto-trading wallets.

“A person will not be able to transfer money from his savings account to hiscrypto wallett” says, Abizer Diwanji, Head, Financial Services, EY India.

The central bank has repeatedly cautioned users, holders and traders of virtual currencies, including Bitcoins, regarding various risks associated in dealing with such virtual currencies.

In its statement, RBI said that technological innovations, including those underlying virtual currencies, have the potential to improve the efficiency and inclusiveness of the financial system. However, Virtual Currencies (VCs), also variously referred to as crypto currencies and crypto assets, raise concerns of consumer protection, market integrity and money laundering, among others.

In view of the associated risks, it has been decided that, with immediate effect, entities regulated by RBI shall not deal with or provide services to any individual or business entities dealing with or settling VCs. Regulated entities which already provide such services shall exit the relationship within a specified time. RBI will be issuing circular in this regard for further details.

Recently, several banks have banned their customers for buying and selling of cryptocurrencies. Citi Bank in an email to its customers has said that credit and debit cards cannot be used to purchase cryptocurrencies.

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Latest News: Mastermind of $300 Mn worth Bitcoin scam Amit Bhardwaj arrested in Bangkok

A Big news is coming from Crypto world regarding Amit Bhardwaj who have scammed approx Rs.2000 Cr of people. According to the Latest News:

Scamster Amit Bhardwaj, who allegedly duped thousands of Indian citizens by hatching bitcoin-based Ponzi schemes, has been arrested from Bangkok. Bhardwaj is facing scam charges worth $300 million (approx Rs 2,000 crore) attached to his company GainBitcoin.

Following the arrest, Bhardwaj is being brought to Pune, highlights a Network18 report. He was holed up in Dubai for many months. To avoid arrest, he managed to stage a fake heart attack at Dubai airport. Bhardwaj is also said to have links with Pakistan intelligence agency ISI.

His arrest will give a sense of relief to many investors who fell prey to Bhardwaj plot. He is an alumnus of MGM’s College of Engineering at Nanded and in past worked with IT major Infosys. He also floated India’s first online retailer – Highkart that allowed Bitcoin-based payments. However, the company has shut down operations in 2016.

According to a FactorDaily report, Bhardwaj owns and runs a slew of companies including GainBitcoin and GBMiners. Both companies are related to cryptocurrency-based operations and happen to be subsidiaries of Amaze Mining & Research Ltd, a Hong-Kong based entity.

Interestingly, Bhardwaj had leveraged advertisement campaigns across many mainstream publications to push GainBitcoin’s offerings. Media reports hint that Bhardwaj used to lure investors by promising 10 percent of investment value each month for 18 months.

The irresistible offer from the aforementioned companies had made several thousand people trap into multi-level marketing (MLM) scheme. MLM scheme primarily asks enrolled members to get on board a fixed number of people to invest, which gives them a cut or commission.

Over the past 12-18 months, cryptocurrency-based investments are on rising. According to Income Tax Department, more than $3.5 billion worth of transactions has been conducted via cryptocurrency over a 17 month period.

Meanwhile, the Reserve Bank of India and the Securities and Exchange Board of India, have been emphasizing time and again that cryptocurrencies are illegal in India. (Source –

Latest News: RBI looking to introduce central virtual currency after banning Bitcoin

According to the Latest News RBI have decided to take some serious steps against Virtual Currency but on the other hand, Government tries to introduce their own new Currency confirm by Business-Standard. As per the news, RBI has decided to Shutdown Deposit and Withdrawal from Bitcoin Exchanges and Banks. RBI has listed that all the bitcoin holders have 90 Days to settle down their Virtual Currencies.

Here the Big question in all the Indian people/Bitcoin Investors is that While most of the countries are adopting CrCurrenciesncies and why India is Banning VCs? There are many reasons behind it. Let’s see some important Points/steps taken by RBI on April 5-2018:

According to the Business-Standards Website:

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is considering issuance of its own virtual currency (VC) while instructing financial institutions to refrain from and cut off business relations with private entities that are dealing with virtual currencies.

Several central banks all over the world are debating the introduction of a fiat digital currency as opposed to the private digital tokens, which are growing in popularity, said the RBI. This currency will be issued by the central bank and constitutes the liability of the central bank. Digital currency, if issued, will be in circulation in addition to the paper currency and holds the promise of reducing the cost of printing currencies, said the central bank.

The RBI, however, has frowned upon private cryptocurrencies and ring-fenced regulated financial entities from entities dealing in these digital currencies. The financial entities by the RBI are instructed to stop having a business relationship with entities dealing with virtual currencies forthwith and unwind existing relationship within a period of three months.

“Digital tokens by private currencies have been getting attention worldwide for their speculative value. While regulatory responses to this token currency are not uniform internationally, it is universally felt that they can seriously undermine the AML(Anti-Money Laundering) and FITF ( Financial Inclusion technology Fund) framework, adversely impact the market integrity and capital controls. If they grow beyond a certain size, they can endanger financial stability as well,” said B P Kanungo, Deputy Governor, RBI.

Reserve Bank had repeatedly cautioned users, holders and traders of virtual currencies, including bitcoins, regarding various risks associated with dealing with private virtual currencies previously. The central bank, however, acknowledged the potential benefits of the underlying blockchain technology and said that it should be utilised to benefit the economy.

So, Guys what you think about this Decision of Indian Government? Kindly share your opinion comment section whether Crypto should be BAN or it should be regulated by Government? Share and Support CRYPTO.

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