Since one Aadhaar number is allotted to only one person, it enables the ability to verify one’s identity universally. Aadhaar will allow deprived and needy people in accessing services like banking facilities. Since Aadhaar is based on the demographic and biometric information of an individual, it eliminates the threat of any fraud and bogus activity. Aadhaar will provide its possessor with the universal identification. Aadhaar will facilitate ‘anytime, anywhere, anyhow’ authentication to its beneficiary. Aadhaar will be a single source of identity verification.
Aadhaar can be used at multiple places to prove one’s identity very easily. A person’s Aadhaar number can be used while opening a bank account, booking tickets online, applying for passport, and at many other places where there is a need to give the proof of identity. Aadhaar will give migrants mobility of their identity. Aadhaar will permit individuals to verify their identity distantly. The government can now provide services and facilities to people especially belonging to the rural areas in a more effective manner. Aadhaar will help the poor people to take the benefits of the facilities provided to them by the government which could not be accessed by these people earlier. Aadhaar will become the simplest way of proving one’s identity.