Does it get canceled after death, important documents like Aadhar, PAN and Voter I card, understand complete information here

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Since the PAN card is linked to your 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.

Aadhar Card Pan Card

PAN Card, Voter ID Card, Aadhar Card are all such important documents which are important for every human being. All these documents not only work as a government identity, but without them many of your important works also get stuck. But do you know what happens to these documents if the person dies. Do they get canceled or does the one who is his nominee have to cancel it. If this does not happen then what happens to these documents. Let’s know.

Actually all these documents act as government identification, especially Aadhar card has been linked to many government schemes. In such a situation, if the person has died, then it is also necessary to see whether he is getting the benefit of government schemes or not. In such a situation, the family of the deceased has to see whether their Aadhaar is being misused.

voter id card is canceled

Voter’s IT card is used for identification as well as for voting. In this case it can be canceled. On the death of the person, any person from the family can go to the election office and get it canceled by filling Form No. For this, the death certificate of that deceased also has to be taken along with him.

What is the process of pan card

Since the PAN card is linked to your 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. Before surrendering, it must be seen that all the accounts of the deceased have been closed earlier. In such a situation, if someone in your family has died, then you must take care of these things.

There is no process to cancel aadhar card

According to experts, it is the responsibility of the family of the deceased to see that the Aadhar card of the deceased is not missed. According to tax expert Sunil Bansal, UIDAI does not have any procedure to cancel the Aadhar card of the deceased. Therefore, even the information of his death cannot be updated in the Aadhaar database. In such a situation, if the benefit of any government scheme is being linked in the name of the deceased, then the family has to give this information to the concerned department.

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