How To Check Aadhaar Card (UID) Number Online

Want to know your Aadhaar Card number without Aadhaar card? If yes, then you can check your Aadhaar card number online and receive it on your registered mobile number. 12-digits UID number (Unique identification number) is your Aadhaar card number which you need to provide to verify your Aadhaar card details.

You can receive your UID (Aadhaar card number) on your registered mobile number which linked with your Aadhaar. All you need to do, visit the UIDAI official website and click on retrieve UID/EID option.

If you also don’t know your Aadhaar card number and want to check online then follow the below process:

Check Aadhaar Card Number (UID) Online

Step 1: Open UIDAI official website and click on “Retrieve Lost or Forgotten EID/UID

Check Aadhaar Card (UID) Number Online

Step 2: Next screen, select”Aadhaar No (UID)” option, enter your name same as printed on Aadhaar card, your registered mobile number, Or Email ID, and click on Send OTP.

Check Aadhaar Card (UID) Number Online

Step 3: Now enter the OTP received on your Aadhaar registered mobile number and click on login.

Check Aadhaar Card (UID) Number Online

Done! Your UID (Aadhaar Card number) is sent to your registered mobile number via SMS.

Frequently Asked Questions

(1) I have lost/forgot my Aadhaar card number (UID number), how to retrieve it?

Ans: If your mobile number is registered with your Aadhaar card then you can receive your 12-digit UID Aadhaar number on this number. Please follow the above steps and retrieve it online.

(2) How can I know my UID number by name?

Ans: UID number (Unquair identification number) is your 12-digit Aadhaar card number. It is printed on your Aadhaar card. If you lost or forgot it, you can retrieve it online using your name and registered mobile number. Just follow the above steps and get it on your registered moble number.

(3) My mobile number is not registered, how can I know my UID number?

Ans: You need to register your mobile number with your Aadhaar card and then you will be able to receive your UID (Aadhaar card number) on your registered mobile number.