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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Ans. In case new residence is in the same constituency please fill form 8A otherwise Form-6 and submit to ERO (SDM) or AERO (FSO) of the area of your new residence.
Ans. You can get your I Card rectified by depositing it in the Office of the ERO concerned or at Photography centre when the work of preparation of Photo ID card begins.
Ans. Please get your name deleted from the previous address, which will facilitate your registration in Karnataka. After that please get enrolled by filling up Form-6 and depositing the same along with the proof of deletion in the office of SDM/FSO. Your address can be changed on the back side of the Card as the same card will remain valid. 
Ans. Please get your name deleted from the previous address, which will facilitate your registration in Karnataka. After that please get enrolled by filling up Form-6 and depositing the same along with the proof of deletion in the office of SDM/FSO. Your address can be changed on the back side of the Card as the same card will remain valid. 
Ans. It is not necessary but if you attach a proof of residence, this will help early verification of the particulars given by you.
Ans. Ration Card is not necessary, however you can show any other proof of residence like Passport, Bank Pass Book, Driving license etc.  or any Govt. document  to facilitate the work of registration. Proof of residence is not necessary.
Ans. You can submit the proof of Date of Birth from the authorized agency (Passport, Metric certificate, Date of Birth certificate etc.)
Ans. You can deposit a copy of FIR lodged at the Police Station. You will get a new I Card after deposit Rs. 25. The dates for issuing Voter Cards are published in leading Newspapers, in Jt. CEO/DC office then cards are made throughout the year
Ans: Go to the homepage of website of the Chief Electoral Officer Karnataka and click on tab "Know the Status of Your application for enrolment.
Ans: Go to the homepage of website of the Chief Electoral Officer Karnataka and click on tab "Know the Status of Your application for enrolment. 
Ans. According to Section 19 of the R.P.Act, 1950, only a person who is ordinarily resident in a constituency is entitled to be registered in the electoral roll of that constituency. However, such of the non-resident Indian Citizens who are employed under Govt. of India in a post outside India are eligible to be registered as voters in terms of Sec 20(8)(d) read with Sec 20(3) of the R.P.Act, 1950.
Ans. No. A person cannot be enrolled as a voter in more than one place in the same constituency or in more than one constituency in view of the provisions contained under Sec. 17 and 18 of R.P.Act, 1950.
Ans: Forms are available on the website of the Election Commission of India www.eci.nic.in or respective states CEOs websites. The various Forms useful for registration are as follows. >For new voter fill application in Form 6 >Overseas voters may file application in Form 6 A >If you want a vote deleted, you can file an objection in Form 7 >For any correction in voter list or voter card fill application Form 8 >If you have changed your address within the constituency, please file your application in Form 8A