2019 Election preparations are on full swing and all political parties are busy preparing their course of action carefully. Because the 2019 Elections are going to be one of its kind, so the Election commission also facilitates the common mass with many online facilities. One such is the facility to change your Voter Address from the comfort of your home. If on your Voter card, your address is wrong or you want to replace the address with a new one, then you can now do this sitting at home. Today we shall let you know how you can change your address on Voter card online, sitting at home.
You might be knowing or not, Form 6 is used to change Voter ID address or to register for voter ID for the first time. In online method also you have to fill the same form 16, but online.
- So at first you need to open Form 6 in the National Voter’s Service Portal by following this link.
- Now the form will appear on your device window on which you will be asked to fill details like your Name, State, Date of Birth, Plot No etc.
- Here you will have to options to choose from i.e. Electoral Roll for First time Voter or Shifting from One Constituency to Another Constituency. Choose your required alternative carefully.
- After filling all details on the form, you have to upload necessary documents like Photograph, Age Proof, Address Proof etc.
- To upload these documents, you need to make its scanned copies which must be more than 2MB in size. You can also upload a scanned copy of your Aadhaar card for age proof.
- For recent Home address proof, you have to provide scanned copy of your electric bill or gas bill.
- Now after filling all details, submit the form after which you will be provided with a reference ID using which you can track the status of your application.
After you submit your application, it will be verified by the Electoral authorities and if the details submitted are found to be correct, then your Voter ID card will reach your home via Post. You can also make the necessary changes on your Voter card offline by consulting with the electoral officer in your constituency.