Aadhar Card by the UIDAI is a 12-digit unique identification number issued to Indian citizens. Over the time, Aadhaar has become an essential an identification document that is needed to identify and verify every resident Indian citizen’s details.

To clear the air, Aadhaar is not meant to replace existing identification documents like passport, PAN and driving license. However, it can be used as a single identification document.

As faced by many a number of errors have also been identified into our cards. One can easily make the required changes to the card online or either offline.

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So for those who do not have a registered mobile number, here is how to do it.

This must be done offline since you haven’t registered the mobile number with Aadhar to receive the OTP.

Just follow the below-mentioned steps:

– Go to your nearest Aadhar center and get the Aadhar card correction form
– Fill the form and submit it along with the copy of your Aadhar card and some other identity proof like a PAN, identity card etc
– Give the required bio-metric details verification, such as thumb impression, retina scan etc
– An acknowledgment slip will be provided to and mobile number will be added within 2-5 days.

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Here is how to make correction offline without mobile number :

In case you are looking for the way to get your aadhar card correction Offline without mobile number then follow below-mentioned steps.

You may have to update these details in your Aadhar Card online without your mobile number:

– Name
– Address
– Date of Birth
– Gender
– Mobile number
– Email Id
That’s all folks!

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