Ration card, voter ID, driver's license, passport, bank statement or passbook, etc. Passport, SSLC certificate, birth certificate, PAN card, and other forms of proof of date of birth are acceptable. Proof of Relationship: PDS Card, MNREGA Job Card, Passport, Marriage Certificate, and so on. Proof of Address: Aadhaar Number, Bank Account Number, Voter ID, and so on.
Voter ID, passport, ration card, driving license, government/PSU picture ID, gas connection bill, electricity bill, water bill, landline bill, bank passbook, credit card statement, and so on are all acceptable forms of proof of residency. For example, if you have an Aadhaar number, you do not need any other identity document to prove your address.
However, it is important to note that these documents cannot be used as the only form of identification. The exact requirements vary from state to state and agency to agency. An applicant must provide evidence that establishes his or her identity and residence status in order to register to vote.
The best way to ensure that you provide appropriate documentation is by using our We Demand page. This will allow you to see which states require specific types of identification and where there are problems with the current system. You can use this information to plan ahead and bring valid documents with you to the registration center.
If you are unable to produce any of these documents, then you will not be able to register to vote.
Evidence of Address: You may provide eight of the following papers as proof of address:
Aadhaar card, voter ID card, driving license, passport, matriculation certificate or mark sheet from a recognized board, birth certificate, government-issued photo ID, domicile certificate, central government health scheme photo card or ex-servicemen contributory health scheme photo card, pension payment order, marriage...
These are some examples of documents that can be used as proof of identity when applying for a PAN card. The important thing is that all these documents should have your name and address on them. If you change your name or address, then you will need to provide evidence of this change too.
The authority that issues PAN cards will also check if there are any discrepancies between the documents you provide and what is written in the database of the authority. If there are any discrepancies, then you will not be able to obtain a PAN card until those discrepancies are resolved.
It is important to remember that although the Aadhaar card is necessary for obtaining a PAN card, it is not sufficient by itself. You must also provide other acceptable forms of identification.
Aadhar Card Documents: Frequently Asked Questions
When you visit any Aadhaar enrollment center to register for Aadhaar, you can present any of the following papers as evidence of relationship: The PDS card is a family entitlement document provided by the national or state governments. Marriage license from the government office where marriage was registered. Birth certificate (including birth announcement published in a newspaper) for one of the parents. Divorce decree (or death certificate if divorced) with one parent's name and address. One-time registration form that you filled out at the time you got your ID number.
The card is not proof of relationship for any other purpose. For example, it cannot be used as identification when renting a room or buying an airplane ticket. The government does not publish information about how many people are excluded from having an Aadhaar account because they cannot provide evidence of relationship to someone who has an account. However many people may not need an account for daily transactions so this may not be a problem for them.
An Aadhaar account cannot be created without identity documents for both parents even if they are not present in the same place. For example, an unmarried woman cannot create an account for herself since she lacks identification documents for her father. The only way for her to get an account is for her mother to go to a center with an appropriate photo ID.
The paperwork needed to alter your Aadhaar name
Paperwork with a name and a photograph 1. Identification document PAN Card No. 2. Name tag at work place 3. For filing information about individuals.
Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique identity number that can be used as a common identification number for accessing various government services. The number is based on an individual's biometric details including finger print, iris scan, or facial image.
An Aadhaar card containing all of this information will be referred to as "POI" (Paper-based Identity) because it contains your identity information in written form as well as digital images. An Aadhaar card without any of these features would be called "Electronic Identity".
In order for the government to verify your identity when you apply for a new bank account, job, house, etc., they need to know your Aadhaar number. This means that by giving out your Aadhaar number, you are also giving the government permission to see your entire profile including your photo, address, email id, phone number, and family members' details. Neither you nor the government can deny this fact.
Aadhaar has been criticized for being a "National ID Card" which is not authorized under Indian law.