Voter ID in Mumbai

Elections in India are conducted by the Election Commission of India. The Electoral Process begins only after the Election Commission has declared the dates for the election, and any individual who wishes to cast their vote at the elections will have to be an Indian citizen and must have attained the age of 18 years to gain eligibility. Another prerequisite to cast your vote at the elections is to ensure that your name appears on the electoral roll.

A Voter ID card is one of the most important documents for ID proof, age proof and address proof. Without a Voter ID, individuals will not be allowed to cast their votes at the elections, making it essential for all Indian citizens to avail a Voter ID card.

Eligibility Criteria To Get EPIC

An Elector Photo Identity Card can be availed by any Indian citizen, but applicants must be at least 18 years of age as on the 1st of January of the year in which revisions are made to the electoral roll.

How to register for Colour Voter ID in Mumbai

Following are the steps through which you can avail a colour Voter ID Mumbai:

  • Visit the official website of Mumbai.
  • Choose the link for the registration of new PVC Voter ID.
  • Enter the necessary details in addition to your mobile number.
  • Upload your photograph where requested.
  • Submit the data by choosing the ‘Submit’ option.
  • A verification code will be sent to your registered mobile number once you have furnished your details.
  • Enter the code in the provided space.
  • An identity code will then be sent for your colour Voter ID.
  • SMS updates will be sent on your registered mobile number.
  • You will receive your new Voter ID via post within 45 to 60 days.

How to Apply for Voter ID Online in Mumbai

The Chief Electoral Officer, Mumbai, is responsible for the approval / denial of the application for Voter IDs in Mumbai. Following are the steps through which you can avail a Voter ID in Mumbai:

  • Visit the official Chief Electoral Officer website of Mumbai.
  • Sign up with your name, phone number and email address.
  • A username and password will be sent to your registered mobile number.
  • The username and password must be used to login to the site.
  • Search for Form 6 and enter the necessary details before choosing the ‘Submit’ option.

How to Fill Up Form 6 during Voter ID Application

  • In case your name has never appeared in the electoral roll, you will have to select the option which says “My name is not included in the enrolled list before”.
  • Select the Assembly Constituency to which you belong.
  • Choose your relatives who have already been enrolled in the list.
  • In case any family member has not been included in the list, you will have to add their name in the space provided and ensure that all details are filled in accurately.
  • After filling up the form completely, you will have to upload your photo and the site will then display all the information you have provided along with your photo.

After filling up the form, make sure that you take a print out and send the same to the nearest Election Commission Office as the officers are required to fill up Section 2 of the form before they can post it back to your residential address.

How to Apply for Voter ID Offline in Mumbai

Individuals who wish to take the offline route to avail a Voter ID in Mumbai have the option to do so by following these simple steps:

  • Download the appropriate application form from the options mentioned below:
    • Form 6 - Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after the draft publication of roll.
    • Form 7 - Application form for objection to include a name in electoral roll.
    • Form 8 - Application form for correction of details in electoral roll.
    • Form 8 A - Application form for transposition of an entry in the electoral roll.
  • Furnish the requested KYC documents when furnishing Form 6.
  • Visit the nearest Electoral Registration Office in Mumbai and physically submit the documents.
  • If the documents you have submitted are approved and verified, the Booth Level Officers (BLOs) will visit your residence to verify the accuracy of information you have provided in the form.

Documents required for Voter ID card registration Mumbai

Following is a list of documents to be submitted when applying for a Voter ID in Mumbai:

Address proof (Any one of the following)

  • Electricity bill
  • Water bill
  • Telephone bill
  • Bank passbook
  • Passport
  • Driving license
  • Ration card

Age proof (Any one of the following)

  • 10th grade certificate
  • Birth certificate
  • PAN card
  • Driving License
  • Passport
  • Aadhaar card
  • Senior citizen card
  • 2 recent passport size photographs

Track Voter ID Card Status Online in Mumbai

After you have filled in the application and submitted it, you can track its status online at the Mumbai Electoral Commission’s website. Following are the steps through which you can track your Voter ID’s status online:

  • Visit the official Chief Electoral Officer website of Mumbai.
  • Select the “Electoral Services” option on the home page.
  • Under Electoral Services, select “Application Tracking”.
  • The status of your application can now be tracked using your mobile number or the application number.
  • If your application has been approved and verified, the Booth Level Officers (BLOs) will visit your residence to verify the accuracy of information you have provided, after which you will receive your Voter ID.

How to Apply for Duplicate Voter ID in Mumbai

Since your Voter ID is a highly important ID, age and address proof, it is instrumental to notify the police in case it is misplaced or lost by making an application for a duplicate Voter ID card. Following are the steps that will help you make an application for a duplicate Voter ID in Mumbai:

  • Visit the nearest police station and lodge a complaint.
  • File a First Information Report to apply for a duplicate voter ID card.
  • A letter disclosing the loss of your voter ID card must be submitted at the police station and it must contain details regarding the manner in which it was lost.
  • Make sure that details related to your Voter ID are included in the letter.
  • Form 002, which is issued by the Election Commission of India, must be filled in once you have filed the FIR.
  • Additional KYC documents such as ID and address proof must be furnished along with Form 002.
  • All the documents must be furnished at the closest Election Commission Office.
  • The authorities will take a week or so to review your application after which the new Voter ID will be sent via post to your residential address.

How to get Corrections / Changes made to Voter ID Cards Online in Mumbai

It is important to ensure that the information present in your Voter ID card is accurate. Should there be any discrepancies in the same, changes can be made relatively easily by following these simple steps:

  • Visit the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Mumbai.
  • Choose “Electoral Services” from the options listed in the homepage.
  • From the menu that appears, choose “Apply for Correction”.
  • Form 8 will have to be filled up after applying for correction.
  • The Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC) number must then be entered.
  • Information regarding the corrections you wish to make must then be mentioned. Specify what areas the corrections are to be made in: your name, your parent / spouse’s name, date of birth, or photo. Your email address and mobile number can also be linked to your Voter ID through this page.
  • In case you wish to make corrections to your address, make sure that you enter your new address as well as your old one.
  • Supporting documents must be uploaded as required and a declaration will have to be signed prior to submitting the application for change in address.

Following the submission of the form, the application will be reviewed and the corrected version of your Voter ID card will be mailed to your residential address.

How to get Corrections / Changes made to Voter ID Cards Offline in Mumbai

If you wish to make corrections to your Voter ID card via the offline route, following are the steps to follow:

  • Download Form 8 online or visit the closest Election Commission office to collect the same.
  • Fill up the form with corrections you wish to make to the details in your Voter ID card and sign it.
  • KYC documents and photographs can be submitted to support the change you have proposed.
  • Furnish the documents as required for verification.
  • Form 8 along with all the supporting documents must be furnished at the closest Election Commission Office.
  • The original copy of your existing Voter ID card should also be submitted in the Election Commission Office.
  • It will take a week for your application to be reviewed after which you will receive a corrected Voter ID card.

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