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Hello, I have an 18-year-old son who does not yet have a PAN card. How do you link his PAN and AADHAR when he doesn't have a PAN? According to the government, we must pay Rs.10,000 for it? Please tell me what to do.
Ans: Hi Vivekanand
You must have informed the bank about his attaining majority. Please apply for a PAN first and thereafter link it with the aadhar. If there was no PAN itself available, there is no question of linking it.
After turning 18, your son would become the independent account holder and that would necessitate the KYC for him and accordingly, you would need to get his PAN now.
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