After successfully completing the required verification steps, the UIDAI (“Authority”) issues 12-digit random Aadhaar numbers to Indian citizens.
The UIDAI website states that using Aadhaar as an identification document eliminates the need to provide various papers to confirm one’s identity, allowing recipients to get their benefits immediately in a simple and seamless way.
The Aadhaar Card has made sure that the PF and pension are disbursed directly to the pensioner’s account and that beneficiaries continue to get their pension without the hassle of physically going to the bank and submitting their life certificate, according to the Ministry of Electronics & IT’s most recent tweet.
» Simple PF distribution
By integrating your Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) account with Aadhaar, the claims settlement procedure may be expedited. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization has made a number of steps in this regard (EPFO). According to the EPFO’s unified site, linking your UAN and Aadhaar is required if you wish to make an online EPF claim.
» Timely option payout
Despite not being required, adding your Aadhaar to your pension would make it simpler for government personnel to verify all of your information. You have the option of linking your Aadhaar online or offline to your pension account.
» Quick digital life certificate
In order to keep receiving their pension, pension beneficiaries must submit a life certificate to the pension disbursing authorities each year. However, submitting a digital life certificate (DLC) online is now available thanks to the Aadhaar-based Jeevan Praman service. This is a biometric-enabled digital service for retirees of the state or federal governments.
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