Aadhaar number serves as a proof of identity and proof of address. While availing LPG subsidy at various places, it is necessary to provide Aadhaar number in case of scholarship benefits from the government, EPF accounts etc. In such a situation, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), the authority overseeing the services related to Aadhaar, has no process to cancel the Aadhaar card of the deceased, but if a deceased had taken any government scheme, then his family members would be informed by UIDAI. will have to give Because it is linked to Aadhaar.
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To take advantage of other financial facilities including income tax return, having a PAN card is a mandatory document. It is linked to many accounts, in such a situation, if a person dies, then the family of the deceased should contact the Income Tax Department and surrender the PAN card. But before surrendering, make sure that all the accounts of the deceased have been closed.
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Voter ID card
Voter card is a mandatory document to vote. It tells that your name is included in the voter list. However, the voter ID card can be canceled after death. Under the Electoral Registration Rules, 1960, there is a provision to cancel the voter ID card after death. According to experts, if a member of someone’s family dies, then someone from the family can go to the election office and get it canceled by filling form number seven.
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There is no provision for cancellation of passport after death. However, when the passport expires, it becomes invalid for not renewing it automatically.
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