Once you get registered for Aadhaar card, you will get an acknowledgement slip after the whole procedure, with your details printed on it. You will get your Aadhaar card to your postal address. By the time, you can continue using your acknowledgement slip. If you haven’t got your Aadhaar in the set time frame, you can make enquiry or contact the UIDAI grievance helpdesk.
Checking Your Aadhaar Card Status Online
But first, you can check the status of your Aadhaar generation at the UIDAI website. For this, you should visit UIDAI website and go to “Check your Aadhar status” section or go to this link – https://portal.uidai.gov.in/ResidentPortal/statusLink
Now you will need to provide a 14-digit Enrolment ID or EID which is given on the top left of your acknowledgement slip along with date and time of enrolment. The date and time should be present on acknowledgement slip on which you were enrolled at the top right position. Once you enter the text, press the “Submit” button.
Once your Aadhaar is generated, you will soon get notification that your Aadhaar has been successfully generated and you can download eAadhaar from UIDAI Resident Portal.
Resolve Complaints with Complaint Grievance Helpdesk Portal
You can simply ask for queries and file a complaint through Grievance Helpdesk portal. Follow these steps if you have any enquiry –
- For queries related to your Aadhaar card, feel free to contact Grievance Helpdesk authority with toll-free number – 1947.
- You may also email to them at email@example.com
- You can also lodge your complaints through post. You can send your grievance letter to UIDAI headquarters or regional offices through hard copy or post. Once they get your complaint or grievance, it will be submitted to the concerned section or regional office after approval from Assistant Director General.