Deadline To Update Aadhaar Card For Free Extended Till 14 June 2024

New Delhi: Aadhaar issuing body Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Tuesday announced yet another round of deadline extension for free updation of Aadhaar Card documents. Now, Aadhaar Card documents can be updated for free on mAadhaar portal till 14 June 2024. The latest deadline extension by three more months comes against the previous deadline of December 14.

“UIDAI extends free online document upload facility till 14th June 2024; to benefit millions of Aadhaar holders.  This free service is available only on the myAadhaar portal. UIDAI has been encouraging people to keep documents updated in their Aadhaar,” UIDAI has officially announced on X.

The free service is being offered only on the myAadhaar portal. As before, it will still cost Rs 50 to use the service at physical Aadhaar centres. The UIDAI has been pushing residents to upload Proof of Identity and Proof of Address (PoI/PoA) documents to revalidate their demographic facts, especially if Aadhaar was granted 10 years back and never got updated. This will increase the success rate of authentication and contribute to better service delivery and increased convenience of living.

Residents have two options if they need to update their demographic information (Name, Date of Birth, Address, etc.): they can use the standard online update service or go to the local Aadhar centre. In these situations, standard fees will be charged. 

How To Change Your Aadhaar Card Name, Address, Date Of Birth For Free

Step 1: Login on

Step 2: Choose ‘Document Update’ and click the option. Your  existing details will be displayed.

Step 3: Verify the details and click on the next hyper-link.

Step 4: Choose Proof of Identity and Proof of Address document from the dropdown list

Step 5: Upload the scanned copies and proceed to make payment

The Aadhaar number has become a widely recognised form of identification for Indian citizens during the past ten years. Aadhaar number holders are permitted, under the Aadhaar Enrollment and Updating Rules, 2016, to update their supporting papers in Aadhaar at least once every ten years from the date of enrollment in order to maintain the accuracy of their data.