New Delhi: You all must know about how important it is to have Aadhar card in India. With the help of Aadhar card, every work can be done in the country today and if any information in it is wrong then your work can be stopped in the middle.
Let us tell you that the Government of India has now issued a new rule regarding Aadhaar verification, according to which now you can get Aadhaar verification done offline if you want.
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According to the new rule issued by the Government of India regarding the verification of Aadhaar, you will now have to provide a digital signature document for this process.
This document can be made from the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The biggest feature of this digital signature document is that the last 4 digits of your Aadhaar will be written on it.
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According to the new rules issued by the government, the Aadhaar holder has the option to give his offline e-KYC to any authorized agency for Aadhaar verification, after which the customer’s Aadhaar number and other information will be sent by the agency to the central database.
It is mixed together after which if this information is found to be correct then this whole process is carried forward.
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what is the advantage
Let us tell you that this offline e-KYC benefits the customers that the verification agency can be stopped from storing your e-KYC data.
There are many types of offline verification which include offline paper based verification, QR code verification, Aadhar paperless offline e-KYC verification and e-Aadhaar verification etc.