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An Employee has corrected his date of birth in his Aadhar card one time from actual date of birth of March 1963 to Sept 1963.
We have caught the case and informed him the same, and we ensured that he retired in March 2021 only.

Now since he has corrected the DOB once in the Aadhar card, he is not able to change it again in the Aadhar card.
His Aadhar card is linked with his UAN no in PF account and due to this mismatch of DOB, he is not able to get the pension.
Is there any way to correct a second time in Aadhar card the date of birth? or any other method to get his pension from PF?
Kindly help

From India, Gurgaon

Dear Colleague,
The date of birth is updated once and again the employee want to change the DOB. For this the Aadhar portal briefs the steps :

1. He can update the Date of Birth (DoB) in your Aadhaar only once. In case he has a genuine need to update the DoB again, you have to follow an exception process as given below:

Visit any Aadhaar Kendra with a valid Date of Birth (DoB) Proof in your name as per this list:

2. If this request gets rejected, call 1947 or write to and request for ‘exception update’ by sharing your latest Update Request Number and contact details.

The Ministry of Labour and Employment, in its notification dated January 4, 2017, has made it mandatory to furnish the proof of Aadhaar number to avail pension and other benefits for its the existing members and pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995. Hence if the member is still struggling, then it is advisable to approach the EPFO Office directly with all documents and meet the Asst PF Commissioner Accounts for necessary support. The employer / representative can also accompany and sort out by discussion and briefing/ submitting necessary documents.

From India, Chennai
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