This Article is From Aug 19, 2020

Paid UIDAI Service: How To Order An Aadhaar Card Reprint Online

Aadhaar Card Reprint: An online facility provided by UIDAI enables Aadhaar-registered users to order a printed copy of their Aadhaar card online.

Paid UIDAI Service: How To Order An Aadhaar Card Reprint Online

The UIDAI provides each Aadhaar reprint at Rs 50

The UIDAI or Unique Identification Authority of India - which manages the Aadhaar biometric ID programme - provides a range of services online. One such online facility enables an Aadhaar-registered person to order a print or reprint of a copy of Aadhaar card. This is a paid facility. After the user places the order online, the UIDAI sends the Aadhaar card to the registered address of the user by speed post. The UIDAI provides each Aadhaar reprint at Rs 50, it said on Twitter.

Those already enrolled under the Aadhaar programme can apply for a print or reprint using MAadhaar. A user can book an order online using the UIDAI's website,, or mobile app mAadhaar.

(A user can use the paid UIDAI service to get the Aadhaar card printed and delivered)
(Payment for the Aadhaar print can be made through a credit or debit card, net banking or Unified Payments Interface)

How To Apply For An Aadhaar Print

Here's a step-by-step guide on how you can apply for an Aadhaar print or reprint online using the UIDAI portal:

  • Go to the UIDAI website, and select the "Order Aadhaar Reprint" option under the Get Aadhaar section.
  • Choose any one of these to proceed: the Aadhaar number (UID), the virtual ID (VID) or enrolment ID (EID) to proceed. 
  • Make the online payment. Four options are available to do this: credit card, debit card, net banking and Unified Payments Interface (UPI)
  • Save the acknowledgement receipt.
  • The UIDAI dispatches the Aadhaar card to the given address. 

(Mobile app mAadhaar also has the "Order Aadhaar Reprint" option)

A similar process can be followed on the mAadhaar app to use the service. mAadhaar is available for Android and iPhone platforms.

The UIDAI engages with social media users from time to time to spread awareness about Aadhaar-related services.