How to track Voter ID application status

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06 Mar 2019

Voter ID: How to track your application status online

With the 2019 Lok Sabha elections just two months away, it's time to gear up.

All eligible voters must possess a valid Voter ID card in order to cast their vote.

In case you have applied for a Voter ID card, but haven't received it yet, you can easily track your application status online.

Here's all you need to know.

Steps

Step-by-step procedure to check application status online

Step-by-step procedure to check application status online

Once you have successfully submitted your application, a tracking reference ID will be issued to you.

So, in order to check your application status online, log on to the NVSP portal.

Then on the homepage, click on 'Track application status' link, enter your reference ID, and click on 'Track status' button.

Your application status will flash on the screen.

What are the different steps in Voter ID generation process?

The first step in Voter ID generation and verification procedure is the successful submission of your application. This is followed by a Booth Level Officer (BLO) appointment. Post that, field verification is done, and finally, in accordance to the above steps, your application is accepted/rejected.

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What to do if you don't receive your Voter ID?

If you fail to receive your Voter ID card, you can visit your nearest Electoral office, and file a complaint in this regard, by citing your application details.

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What to do if my name is missing from the Voters' list?

It's been months since I applied for my Voter ID card online, but I haven't received it yet. What should I do?

What is my reference ID?

How can I track my Voter ID application?

How to get phisical voter ID card?

I applied for the voter id card on 24 jan. Till today the status has not moved a single step. What to do now?

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What to do if my name is missing from the Voters' list?

Asked 2019-03-08 15:11:52 by Vishal Nalawade

Answered by NewsBytes

If your name doesn't appear on the voters' list, you can register yourself at the voters' center. You can also log on to the NVSP portal and fill up Form 6. You will need a latest passport-size photograph, an age proof, and an address proof.

It's been months since I applied for my Voter ID card online, but I haven't received it yet. What should I do?

Asked 2019-03-07 09:03:12 by Raj Kumar Vishwakarma

Answered by NewsBytes

You can either visit your nearest Electoral office, and file a complaint in this regard. Or you can also log on to the Election Commission of India's National Grievances Service portal to register your complaint.

What is my reference ID?

Asked 2019-03-07 07:51:38 by ram s

Answered by NewsBytes

Your Voter ID card application reference number is issued to you once you've successfully submitted your application. You must save the reference ID for application tracking purpose.

How can I track my Voter ID application?

Asked 2019-03-07 02:00:49 by Satish raaj

Answered by NewsBytes

In order to check your application status online, log on to the NVSP portal. Then on the homepage, click on 'Track application status' link, enter your reference ID, and click on 'Track status' button. Your application status will flash on the screen.

How to get phisical voter ID card?

Asked 2019-03-06 18:49:06 by Prathmesh Patil

Answered by NewsBytes

Once your application is successfully submitted, verified, and accepted- your original (physical) Voter ID card will be mailed to you at your given residential address.

I applied for the voter id card on 24 jan. Till today the status has not moved a single step. What to do now?

Asked 2019-03-06 18:07:41 by Shrivats Poddar

Answered by NewsBytes

You may visit your nearest Electoral office, and file a complaint in this regard. The authorities will escalate the issue.

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