If you encounter any difficulties or problems in getting done your Voter ID address change, feel free to let us know in the comments below. India is divided into various assembly constituencies and each constituency has its own Voters List (as we have mentioned it a couple of times earlier – you can definitely cast your vote even if you don’t have your Voter ID Card but your name is there in the Voter List of your constituency.You just need to carry along a valid ID proof while visiting the polling booth).Before we proceed with on how to apply for Voter ID address change, let first look at how can you get your name removed from the Voter List of a constituency (do note that it is not legal in the eyes of law to keep your name in voter lists of 2 constituencies).You must fill out a voter registration application form.You may mail your voter registration application to the State Election Board.The card is already addressed, but you must add a first-class postage stamp.When you receive your voter identification card, look at it carefully and report any errors to the county election board immediately.Keep your voter identification card in a safe place and always take it with you when you go to vote.
The last day on which you may change your political affiliation before the closed period is March 31; the first day on which you may change your political affiliation after the closed period is September 1.Each of the assembly constituencies is divided into polling booths that are identified by their Part Number.It is here that voters need to come over on the day of the election to exercise their franchise.In case you are changing your assembly constituency, you need to apply online as a new voter – Form 8 is used to change the address, you should use this form only when you want to change errors in the electoral roll, such as typos, spelling errors in address, and similar wrong data.
But, to change the Part Number (which refers to the polling booth) or for Voter ID address change entirely, you need to fill form 8A – From over here.
Click to Change and make corrections to your Voter ID in 3 simple steps.