Drop this form at the office of your ERO
Should I pay for a voter ID card?
No, if you are getting a voter ID card for the first time.
Who issues the voter ID card?
Election Commission of India (ECI) through your Electoral Registration Officer (ERO)
What should I do if I lose my voter ID card?
You must lodge an FIR with the police in the area you lost your voter ID card / EPIC and submit a copy of the FIR along with Form 002, to your Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) or Designated photography Location (DPL) asking for a replacement. You must also pay a fee of Rs. 25.
My voter ID card has been lost / destroyed/ mutilated. What should I do to get a replacement? Which form should I fill?
You must apply for a duplicate voter ID card, through Form 002 (click to download). You will have to submit this Form to your Electoral Registration Officer (ERO).
If I shift my address, do I need to get a new voter ID card?
No, once issued, your voter ID card is valid FOREVER.
The voter ID card is useful only as a voter identification document at polling booths on election day. Therefore, it remains valid even if you have changed your address from one area to another within the same city, one city to another within the same state or even from one state to another.
Details on my voter ID card are wrong / Details related to my voter ID card in the electoral roll are wrong. How do I get it corrected?
You should apply for rectification of these errors through Form 004 (click to download). You will have to submit this at the office of your Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) or at the Designated Photography Location (DPL) when the process of Voter ID Card preparation is going on.
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