New Delhi. UIDAI, the main agency involved in issuing Aadhar cards in the country, has brought great relief to ordinary people. Now people can verify their Aadhaar offline by sharing a digitally signed document generated by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). This document will contain only the last four digits of the Aadhaar number assigned to the holder.
In accordance with government-issued rules, the Aadhaar (Offline Authentication and Verification) Regulations 2021, notified on November 8 and posted on the official website on Tuesday, include Aadhaar for the e-KYC process (Meet your customer). has been launched to allow offline verification of
UIDAI has added QR Code Verification, Aadhar Paperless Paperless E-KYC Verification, E-Aadhaar Verification, Offline Paper Based Verification and any other type of Offline Verification introduced by the Authority from time to time, in addition of the existing Online Verification mechanism.