Meghalaya Voter Card Apply Online and Offline Process – DistrictsInfo

Meghalaya Voter Card Apply Online and Offline Process: The Voter Identification Card is the most common form of identification for establishing age, residency, and voting eligibility for Indian citizens. Elector’s Photo ID Card is another name for this. The Election Commission of India issues identification documents called Voter ID Cards to eligible citizens. Anyone registered to vote or seeking election in Meghalaya must show photo identification matching the state’s voter registration rolls. Voter identification cards are distributed to all qualified voters by the state Election Commission.

Meghalaya Voter Card Apply Online and Offline

How to Apply Meghalaya Voter ID Card Online

Since all national ID cards have been made digital, it is much easier to apply for a voter ID card online in Meghalaya.
Here are the steps you can take to apply online:
1) Visit the official website of the National voter Service Portal ( https://www.nvsp.in/)
Meghalaya Voter ID Card Online
2)  Register on the website and sign in with your login credentials.
3) Select the option for “Form 6-Register as a New Elector/Voter“, which is shown in the left corner.
Meghalaya Voter ID Card Online
4)  It Opens another page where all Forms will be seen on the screen. Just click on Form 6
 
Meghalaya Form6
5) The Application will open. You need to fill in all the required details such as state, assembly, district, personal details, Date of Birth, Present Ordinary Residence, Declaration etc.
6) Upload the required documents and submit the form.
7) After submitting the application Reference number will be generated, which can be used to track the application.
8) A Booth Level Officer (BLO) will visit to verify the information provided in the application after it has been processed.
9) After the details have been confirmed, the voter ID card will be sent to the address listed on the application form.

How to Apply Meghalaya Voter ID Card Offline

Even though the country is now digital, not everyone has access to the internet or even the most basic skills to fill out an application online. Even if they have the skills, some people prefer to apply in person, which takes longer. People in these groups can still get a voter ID card in the state by going to their municipal election office and filling out a hard copy.

You can apply for a voter ID in Meghalaya by mail by following the steps below:

1) You can get the application form and the other forms on the list from an electoral office near you. Form 6 (Application for insertion of name in electoral roll), Form 7 (Application for deletion of an eligible voter’s name from the electoral roll), Form 8 (Application for correction of details in voter ID card), and Form 8A (Application for transposition of an eligible voter’s name in the electoral roll) are the election ID card-related forms. Form 6 must be filled out if you are a new applicant. You must also send in the necessary KYC documents, such as proof of who you are, how old you are, and where you live. You can send copies of your passport, driver’s license, Aadhar card, SSLC book, Ration Card, rental/lease agreement, latest utility bill, or LIC Policy paper, among other things.
2) Please don’t forget to send in information about people in your family who already have voter ID cards. This can help speed up the process for sure.
3) Go to the Electoral Registration Office closest to you to turn in the documents. After verification, the ERO will send the Booth Level Officers (BLOs) to your home to ensure that all the information you gave them is correct. The Election Commission of India (ECI) makes regular trips to Designated Photographic Locations (DPLs) to provide voter IDs to everyone on the list (DPIs). Such drives are often talked about in the media.

Meghalaya Voter Card Apply Online and Offline