The Aadhaar is one of the most commonly accepted document and thus it is prime importance which is required for availing different services, and also many grants of the Government. The UIDAI has all your relevant and crucial information related to your name, address, and other demographic, geographic, and personal data, which are mostly required for KYC, tagged to your unique Aadhaar card. The card contains 12 digits unique number which you can use as a proof of address, proof of identity, and proof of age. So, it is very important to verify the Aadhaar card once you get it. The verification of Aadhaar card is to reconfirm that the information saved in the UIDAI

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