Voter Id Correction
It’s quite simple to get a voter ID card in India although the method takes a bit of your time you’ll even apply for one online. Before you are doing that, you’ll want a few documents.
How to make Voter Id corrections?
Form 8 is needed to be submitted for making corrections to an electors information in the electoral roll. Form 8A is submitted to update details when shifting address within the same constituency.
Also Read: How to Apply For Voter ID
Steps make in Voter Id corrections:
Step 1: Log in to the https://nvsp.in/
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘Form 8’ wizard.
Step 3: A new window will open where on the right side of the top you will have the option to choose the language. Currently, you can use NVSP in Hindi, English, and Malayalam.
Step 4: Choose the state, Parliamentary/assembly constituency, and district. Fill your name. Enter the part number of the electoral roll and the serial number of electoral roll. Tick on the options (Like Name, My Photograph, Address, etc) in which you want to make corrections.
Step 6: Upload documents: For example, forgetting age-corrected, you may upload proof of age such as your School Board Examination Result Certificate. For proving correct residence, give proof of residence like electricity bill, etc. Aadhaar card can also be submitted.
Done! You will get a reference number here and it can be used to check the progress of your request.
You can seek details on your registration status by logging into the Election Commission’s website https://www.nvsp.in/Forms/Forms/trackstatus.
You will need to provide your reference ID for the same or you can call the 1950 helpline for any confusion related to your enrollment.