Blue Aadhaar Card: Blue Aadhar also known as Baal Aadhaar has been introduced by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). It is printed in a blue-colored letter for communicating the Aadhaar number to children below five years.
It must be noted that blue colored Aadhaar card becomes invalid when the child becomes five years of age. To make it valid the Aadhaar holder (Parents) need to update the Aadhaar details with biometrics on attaining the age of five years of their child. In case of any queries and further information, one can login to the official website of UIDAI at uidai.gov.in.
Blue Aadhaar Card: Documents Required
Everyone can enroll for Aadhaar – even a newborn child. All you need is the child’s birth certificate and the Aadhaar of one of the parents. The Aadhaar number of the child is linked with either of the parent’s Aadhaar
Book appointment from: appointments.uidai.gov.in/bookappointment.aspx.”
Blue Aadhaar Card: Details
It should be noted that for children below 5 years no biometrics will be captured. Their UID will be processed using demographic data and a facial image connected to their parents’ UID. When these youngsters turn 5 and 15, they will need to update their biometrics, which includes ten fingers, iris, and a photograph of their face.
Blue Aadhaar Card: How to apply
Here’s the step by step process of how to apply for a blue Aadhaar card:
Step 1: Visit the official UIDAI website – uidai.gov.in
Step 2: Choose the Aadhaar Card registration option.
Step 3: The parent will have to fill in the mandatory information like the kid’s name, guardian/ parent’s phone number, and other biometric information relating to the kid and guardian/ parent.
Step 4: Fill up the demographic details like residential address, locality, state, and others.
Step 5: Submit all details
Step 6: Click on the Appointment option for registration of the Aadhaar card
Step 7: Check the nearest enrolment center, and fix an appointment. Take all supporting documents like Identity Proof, Address Proof, Proof of Relationship, Date of Birth, and the reference number.
Step 8: Once all the process is complete, the Aadhaar center will provide an acknowledgment number to track the progress.
Note: For queries and details, one needs to log in to the official website of UIDAI.