Lok Sabha elections have been announced. Voting is going to start on April 11. It is mandatory for any person to have a valid Voter ID card to cast a vote. If you do not have a Voter ID card yet and you have applied it, then you can track your application status online. Here we are telling you the process of this.
Somehow voter ID application status should be tracked online :
- After successfully submitting the application for Voter ID, you are given a Tracking Reference ID. This allows you to track the status of your application online.
- For this, you have to go to the National Voter Service Portal (NVSP) portal.
- You will find the option of Track application status on the NVSP homepage. Click on it. Here you will have to enter your reference id. Then click on the Track status button.
- After that, the page will be open which will provide information about your application status.
Different categories of voter ID generation process :
The first process is the Voter ID generation and the second Verification process. In this process, the application is submitted. After this, the appointment of the booth level officer (BLO) will be available. After this, there will be field verification and on the basis of all this, the user’s application will be expelled or rejected.
If you have not yet applied for the Voter ID card then the process can be done through the process below.
For this, users must go to the website and fill the form. General Voters will have to fill Form 6. This form is for those who are making a voter ID card for the first time or those who are shifting from another state to another state. Right now, NRI voters will have to fill in Form 6A. If you have to make any changes to the voter ID card, then you have to fill in Form 8. In order to shift from one place to another, in the same state, Form 8A has to be filled.
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