Facts and information about the Voter-id cardsSponsored Links
Ones who are eligible to get the voter-id cards
Every Indian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years can enroll his name for the voter-id cards. Enrollment is done at the place of residence of the individual and the enrollment can be done only once. The Indians residing overseas are thought to be the residents residing at the address mentioned in the passports. The address of the service voters is of their home.
Information about the voter-id
The people who are of unsound minds and are associated with corrupt practices or offences legally are denied the voter-id cards and the registrations of their names are not done in the electoral rolls. As a proof of residence for issuing the voter-id cards, one can show his/her passport, driving license, pass book of bank account or any other government identity proof which has the address written over it. According to the Constitution of India, a person who does not reside in India cannot get his name registered for the voter-id cards. But the non-resident citizen does have a voter-id card if he has not acquired the citizenship of any other country. It is to be noted that a person can be enrolled for the voter-id card only once and the enrollment cannot take place in more than one place. For the enrollment of names and for getting a new voter-id card one needs to fill in the details of Form 6 which is to be submitted to the ERO of the respective Constituent Assembly for registration of the names in the electoral rolls. The necessary documents have to be attached with Form 6 before submission of the same. Some of the other voter id faq are mentioned below.Sponsored Links
Some other facts about the voter-id
Many a times the voter-id cards have printing errors or mis-spelt words and one can correct those without facing any sort of trouble. For correcting the errors on the voter-id cards, the Form 8 is to be filled up along with the necessary documents of age proof and proof for residence. It is to be noted that if the mistake was done by the officials at the center of the voter-id cards, then the correction is done free of cost and if the person makes a mistake by providing the wrong information then he is supposed to pay an amount of Rs 25 to the officials at the voter-id card center and one should also not forget to take a receipt of the amount he has paid for the correction of the voter-id card.Sponsored Links
The Election Commission of India has launched several programs in the different parts of the country so that all the people who have attained the age of 18 can apply for the voter-id card in a hassle free manner. It has also used the latest technological advancements for helping out the Indians with all the problems that they face with the voter-id card. Now, one can also view the status of the voter-id cards and check their names in the electoral rolls through the SMS and the websites and portals of the Election Commission of India. One can also login to the official website of the election commission for getting all the necessary information on the voter-id cards.Sponsored Links