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Breaking it Down: How to apply for a Voter ID in Mumbai

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  • BHC Team

Proud to be an India? Take pride in voting too. The rights of voting need to be considered as an honour and carried out with zeal to respect the history of a country. Every vote counts as a hope of refreshment and a positive agent to change. Lead the change you ask for, register to vote for the upcoming elections.

Types of applications:
· Online, offline and semi online method

What you need to take along?
· Address proof
Ex. Electricity bill/ Passport/ Ration Cards

· Age Proof
Ex. Birth Certificate/ Driving License/ Aadhar Card

· 2 passport size photographs

Things to keep in mind before applying:
· All applicants should be above the age of 18
· No signs of bankruptcy should appear in records
· All original documents must be submitted along with relevant forms such as Form 6, an application for inclusion of name in electoral roll
· Individuals should apply for online/ offline voter ID's only on authorised government websites and recognised centers
· All information provided must be legal and updated

All about Form 6
Form 6 is a legal document typically divided into 4 sections that an individual needs to fill correctly for inclusion in the Electoral Poll.

The process:
The Chief Electoral Officer is responsible for the approval and denial of the Mumbai applications.

Online Applications:
Step 1- Sign up with necessary details like name, phone number and a valid email address on the official Chief Electoral Office
Step 2- Following this step a registered username and password will be provided, which will allow the you to login to the site
Step 3- A search for Form 6 must be carried out and filled in with all relevant information before submitting the document.

Offline Applications:
Step 1- Download and print the most suited form
Step 2- Fill in the form and provide all other requested KYC documents to the nearest Electoral Registration Office.
Step 3- The upcoming step would include a Booth Level Officer visiting your residence for further verification of information and determining the accuracy of submitted documents.

Benefits of a voter ID:
· An accepted form of personal identity and registered voting rights
· Most suitable form of identification for voters without a permanent address
· Security identification methods such as fingerprints and provisions (a way of marking) prevents voting using the same card more than once.
· Designed in a comprehensible way to suit electoral requirements of a population with low literacy.