What is the meaning of UCL in Aadhar card?

UCL : The term “AADHAAR UCL” stands for “AADHAAR Update with Limited Details.” It refers to a simplified process for updating certain demographic information in the AADHAAR card without providing complete supporting documents. The AADHAAR UCL service is especially useful when individuals need to update limited details such as their name, address, date of birth, mobile number, or gender.

Through AADHAAR UCL, individuals can request updates by visiting authorized AADHAAR Enrollment or Update Centers and providing the necessary information. Unlike the regular AADHAAR update process, where individuals may need to submit various supporting documents for verification, AADHAAR UCL allows updates with minimal documentation.

It’s important to note that not all details can be updated using AADHAAR UCL, and the scope of this service may be subject to change as per the guidelines issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).

If you are considering updating your AADHAAR details using AADHAAR UCL, I recommend visiting the official UIDAI website or contacting your nearest AADHAAR Enrollment or Update Center to get specific and up-to-date information on the available services and the required documents for the update you wish to make

the process for printing e-Aadhaar at CSC (Common Service Centers) was as follows:

  1. Visit the CSC Center: Locate your nearest CSC center, which provides Aadhaar-related services. You can find the nearest CSC center by visiting the official CSC Locator website or by inquiring locally.
  2. Provide Aadhaar Number or Enrollment ID: When you visit the CSC center, provide them with your Aadhaar number or Enrollment ID (EID). The EID is a 14-digit number present on the acknowledgment slip you received during your Aadhaar enrollment.
  3. Biometric Authentication or OTP: The CSC operator may ask you for biometric authentication (fingerprint scan) or request an OTP (One-Time Password) sent to your registered mobile number to verify your identity.
  4. Request for e-Aadhaar Print: Once your identity is verified, inform the CSC operator that you would like to get a printout of your e-Aadhaar.
  5. Printout and Charges: The operator will process your request, and you will receive a printout of your e-Aadhaar. Some CSC centers may charge a nominal fee for this service, which can vary from one center to another.
  6. Download e-Aadhaar Online (Optional): Alternatively, you can also download your e-Aadhaar online from the UIDAI’s official website. To do this, visit the UIDAI’s e-Aadhaar portal, enter your Aadhaar number or EID, and follow the steps to download a digital copy of your e-Aadhaar. You can print this digital copy yourself.