Aadhaar is one of the mandatory and widely used documents approved by the government as it has both biometric and demographic information of the card holder. The government links a lot of schemes and other instruments with Aadhaar to authenticate the linked documents. There are different deadlines set to link several documents with Aadhaar. There are also different provisions to avail those services with UIDAI.
Residents can access the portals through UIDAI so they can register their complaints and enquire anything based on Aadhaar. Any inquiries or complaints that are directed to such portals are addressed on timely basis and are aimed to provide all the solutions to residents as quickly as possible. One can file a complaint or voice an inquiry about the information on their acknowledgement document which they have got during enrolment.
People can easily contact the customer care helpline where they can answer their queries. They can also use these contact details to register a grievance or file a complaint. Residents can easily voice their complaints, suggestions and inquiries by getting in touch with UIDAI through these ways –
You can write to UIDAI directly about your concerns or queries and get answers quickly at UIDAI headquarter in Delhi –
Unique Identification Authority of India,
Government of India
3rd Floor, Tower II, Jeevan Bharti Building,
Connaught Circus, New Delhi – 110001
UIDAI also has an active complaint registration system. There are different channels where people can lodge complaints and address them. Here are some of these –
- Toll-free Number – One can easily call the toll-free number (1947) and get your complaints registered using phone. You can also call at regional centers and resolve your issues.
- By Post – You can also address your issues by sending through post. You can send your complaint letter to UIDAI headquarters or any of the regional offices.
- Email – You can easily share your grievances through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.