How to Get Aadhaar Card Name Changed After Marriage
It is the usual situation in India where after marriage a women’s surname and address get changed, so if you have Aadhaar Card in the old name i.e. before marriage than you can get it changed easily. You can easily get old details like surname and address updated to new ones in your Aadhaar, but to make those changes there are several methods to get Aadhaar Card Name Changed after Marriage.
First of all to be able to get Aadhaar Card Name Changed after Marriage you should have valid documents available with you like your new name mentioned on husband’s ration card, marriage certificate or any other government id proof or address proof. So below is the list of documents that you will need to get Aadhaar Card Name Changed after Marriage.
Supported Proof of Identity (PoI) documents Containing Name and Photo for Name Corrections:
Passport, PAN Card, Ration / PDS Photo Card, Voter ID, Driving License, Government Photo ID Cards/ Service Photo Identity Card issued by PSU, NREGS Job Card, Photo ID Issues by Recognized Educational Institution, Arms License, Photo Bank ATM Card, Photo Credit Card, Pensioner Photo Card, Freedom Fighter Photo Card, Kissan Photo Passbook, CGHS/ ECHS Photo Card, Address Card having Name and Photo issued by Department of Posts, Certificate of Identity having photo issued by Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on letterhead, Disability ID Card/handicapped medical certificate issued by the respective State/UT, Affidavit executed on non-judicial stamp paper to be submitted by a woman applicant for name change after marriage (Join affidavit to be submitted along with her husband with joint photo), Marriage Certificate, Proof of Marriage document issued by the registrar, gazette notification, legal name change certificate.
Supported Proof of date of birth documents:
Birth Certificate, SSLC Book/ Certificate, Passport, Certificate of Date of Birth issued by Group A Gazetted Office on letterhead.
Supported Proof of Address (PoA) documents Containing Name and Photo for Name Corrections:
Passport, Bank Statement/ Passbook, Ration Card, Voter ID, Driving License, Government Photo ID Cards/ Service Photo Identity Card issued by PSU, Electricity Bill (not older than 3 months), Water Bill (not older than 3 months), Telephone Landline bill (not older than 3 months), Property Tax Receipt (not older than 3 months), Credit Card Statement (not older than 3 months), Insurance Policy, Signed Letter having Photo from Bank on letterhead, Signed letter having photo issued by registered company on letterhead, signed letter having photo issued by recognized educational instruction on letterhead, NREGS Job Card, Arms License, Pensioner Card, Freedom Fighter Card, Kissan Passbook, CGHS/ ECHS Card, Certificate of address having photo issued by MP or MLA or Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on letterhead, Certificate of address issued by village panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas), Income Tax Assessment Order, Vehicle Registration Certificate, Registered Sale/ Lease/ Rent Agreement, Address card having photo issued by departments of posts, caste and domicile certificate having photo issued by state govt., disability ID Card/ handicapped medical certificate issued by the respective State/UT Governments/ Administrations, Gas Connection Bill (not older than 3 months), Passport Spouse, Passport of Parents (in case of minor).
If you have any of these above documents available with you then you can proceed to get Aadhar name change after marriage. We have mentioned all three methods with which you can get your name changed after marriage, with whichever method you are comfortable you can opt for that method.
Previously there was an option on UIDAI Portal to Change Name Online, but now this feature has been removed and now online you can only update the address. So in-case if you want to get your name changed after marriage in your Aadhaar, then you will need to get it updated by visiting the nearest Aadhaar Seva Kendra or Aadhaar service enabled bank in your location…...Read More>>